Political consensus on the need for government partnership and disagreement about priorities
Sun Jun 22 2014 03:53 | (Voice of Iraq)
Baghdad / mercy Ismail
Demanded different political blocs, yesterday, the need to accelerate the formation of "partnership government" as the key to solving the collapse witnessed in the country since more than a week.
And confirmed its rejection of the bloc united Nuri al-Maliki's re-election for a third term, and sees a coalition of state law that priority to a military solution, but he supported the formation of a "true partnership" be strong and accommodate all parties.
After the Federal Court ratified the election results, waiting for the political blocs winning an invitation from the President of the Republic for the first session of the next parliament.
The last meeting saw the blocks, which was hosted by the President of the National Alliance, a clear split on the first session. According to leaks to the existence of a desire by al-Maliki, to postpone the first session, although there is no legal justification provides that, particularly in light of the security implications, which froze talks on forming the government. And talked political circles about the possibility of resorting to disrupt the political blocs quorum for the first meeting of the blocks to make way for the resumption of negotiations.
He called Sistani, in a Friday sermon, the need to speed up the holding of the first session and the formation of a government "acceptable and represent everyone."
He says Khalid al-Alwani, a member of the coalition are united, "The next government must be a government of national unity involving all political parties," referring to "the existence of consultations and meetings between the political blocs in order to get out of the security crises and service experienced by the country."
He called al-Alwani, said in a statement the "long", to "develop solutions and processes to the demands of the provinces that suffer a lot of the lack of services and lack of security," stressing that "the coalition united with the formation of a government of national unity and against the nomination of Mr. al-Maliki's third term."
Alwani and expressed support for calls for united religious authority in Najaf "in order to form a government as soon as possible to get out of the current political impasse," and pointed to the need for the Federal Court resolved the issue of ratification of the House of Representatives of the four in order to proceed with the formation of the government.
And saw a member of the coalition are united that "the current government committed a lot of mistakes and has adopted a wrong policy did not provide services to citizens and did not check them security," he said, adding that "there are the demands of the public of the need for change and the nomination of new faces to the positions of the sovereign in order to not go back to square one."
In the same context, said Mahma Khalil, MP for the Kurdistan Alliance, said that "most of the political blocs gathered on the need to form a government of national partnership in which all components of the Iraqi people."
Khalil and the "long" that "the Government of the political majority have no basis which is unrealistic and can not be formed in the shadow of the data taking place in the Iraqi political arena at the present time."
But a member of the Kurdistan Alliance is not expected to form a government in the current period due to continued fighting against the Iraqi army Daash and terrorist groups, as well as the continuing differences between the political blocs.
Khalil and talked about what he called the "national principles" of the Kurdistan Alliance to form a government involving all components of the Iraqi people, "noting that" we have no desire to take over the third term Nuri al-Maliki as is the case with most of the political blocs. "
The member of the Kurdistan Alliance, the political blocs to various affiliations to "move quickly in order to develop solutions to the problems of security and service taking place in the country in order to get out of the successive crises suffered by Iraq in general."
In the meantime, said Haitham al-Jubouri, a member of a coalition of state law, that "the period in which Iraq is experiencing at the moment a critical period and that any change in the military leadership or political causes to confuse senior political and security situation in the country and affect the morale of the citizens and soldiers of the Iraqi" .
And see Jubouri, in an interview for the "long", that "the first step that must be taken by Iraqi politicians are editing areas that had fallen to the terrorist organization Daash, and then think about the formation of the new government."
In the opinion of a member of a coalition of state law that "a political solution must come after a military solution, and after the liberation of all areas dominated by the organization Daash terrorist", speaking of that "most of the political blocs has now convinced that the military option is the first to get rid of the terrorist groups and organize Daash" .
And about the shape of the next government, says Jubouri it "must be in accordance with the principle of true partnership and not participating," noting that "all political parties to take full responsibility, because the current situation necessitates the formation of a strong government to accommodate all parties bear those parties of its duties and take all rights. "