Liberals likely achieve a majority coalition and several blocks of Kurdistan is expected to repeat the scenario of Erbil and wants Allawi's coalition government of national unity
Wed May 14 2014 23:55 | (Voice of Iraq)
Long-Presse / Baghdad
Confirmed the Liberal bloc, on Wednesday, looked forward to "the struggle of the partners run the opposition and their right to participate in the government," is likely to be a "political majority" through an alliance of several parliamentary blocs, while counting the Kurdistan Alliance, that the "majority" to come out of the new alliances " will not differ "from the government of national partnership, which resulted from the Erbil agreement, between Allawi's coalition, to support the Government of" national unity "represents the components of the Iraqi people as a whole.
A spokesman for the Liberal block of the Sadrist movement, Jawad al-Jubouri, in an interview to the newspaper (range), "The majority of the political system is a higher degree of democracy, but Iraqi political blocs are no longer participating in the parliament, but want a role in the implementation process."
The Jubouri, that "ethnic diversity and sectarian and ethnic in Iraq created a so-called democracy harmonic fostered by the United States after the occupation," adding that "it is meant to find a compromise formula between the political blocs on forming a government and the distribution of positions."
The spokesman for the Liberal bloc, that "harmonic turned what is worse, it has become a system in Iraq, seizing political and sectarian, produced a need to expand ministries and positions to find a state of balance in the executive institutions," returned to "bring back democracy in Iraq without warning, or the development of the concepts of their own, made everyone looking for power-sharing, nor anyone would sit in the opposition benches. "
And saw Jubouri, that "the system of proportional representation and St. Lego and the lack of any voting bloc in Iraq on the half plus one in the Parliament, ie 164 seats, it is difficult in practice to resort to the Government of the political majority," adding, "but the National Alliance can deliver the majority of the crisis."
According to a spokesman for the Liberal bloc, that "Liberal bloc, for its part, at least, look at the rest of the ingredients and the parties that want to participate in the organization of the Executive, and looks forward to the struggle of the partners run against Saddam's regime and their right to participate in government," likely to "be a political majority, of through several blocks and not the result of a single block seats. "
The media leaks own preliminary results of the parliamentary elections, confirming the inability of the list and one nail political majority that allows it to form a government alone.
So I went back to the MP for the Kurdistan Alliance, Ala. Talabani, that "the time is still early to talk about the shape of the next government, before the appearance of the final results of the parliamentary elections."
Talabani said in an interview to the newspaper (range), said that "talking about the political majority so often before and after the parliamentary elections," indicating that "the majority represented the best model to move the parliament and the activation of control was absent."
Questioned the MP for the Kurdistan Alliance, in "the form of the political majority, if the majority of the components, or political blocs representing the components of a sectarian or nationalist," arguing that "the majority of which will be from the winning lists will differ from the government of national partnership, which was formed in 2010 under the the terms of the agreement Erbil, which coincided upon the political blocs, but objected, after one year, on the way Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, in the Department of State, and beat him to the decisions of Irbil, including the National Alliance, the man who has been nominated for a second term then. "
Talabani stressed that "the inability of Parliament over the past years on the performance of its oversight role, because for every block on the positions in the government," she said that "the majority system, despite the difficulty to achieve, but it will support the work of the parliament."
The parliament has failed more than once to obtain explanations from the prime minister on the files and crises erupted between Erbil and Baghdad, and a deal on Russian arms, and the war in Anbar, also failed to cross-examine security leaders and a number of ministers, to prevent some lawmakers representatives of the government in the parliament of the completion of the interrogation.
Meanwhile, the MP said Hassan al-Hamdani, for a coalition of national, which is led by former Prime Minister, Iyad Allawi, in an interview to the newspaper (range), "The National Coalition looking for national reconciliation will not be achieved by the existence of a political majority."
Hamdani said, that "national coalition seeking behind entering Parliament to rid the country of successive crises and achieve national unity and reconciliation," stressing that "the coalition supports the government of national unity representing all components of the Iraqi people."
He said a member of Allawi's coalition, that "the achievement of the political majority is possible, but that did not support national unity, will increase the differences between the political blocs."
The parties to a political recently reported, that the head of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, sent the work program of the government, "political majority" which seeks to set up, the leaders of the political blocs to participate in the elections, indicating that the letter contained no 18-point head of the government's program of the proposed cross-coalition expected, including support of women's rights and the equitable distribution of the wealth of the country and rejected sectarianism.
He also called on al-Maliki, the candidate of the Alliance entities to support decentralization and support for the speedy adoption of three laws are the political parties and the energy sector and the formation of the Federation Council approved by Parliament.