Supreme Council: the nomination of "writer" for the presidency of the coalition just a personal diligence of the rule of law

Islamic Supreme Council headed by Ammar al-Hakim, counting the coalition of state law, led by Vice President Nuri al-Maliki's nomination coalition leading the writer to head the alliance as merely «a personal diligence in the absence of balance and organization.» The official spokesman of the Supreme Council, eloquent Abu Galal, said that «the issue of people is not important for us, but what concerns us is the realization of the principle of balance within the component of the National Alliance of pillars main two coalition of state law and those with him on the one hand and INA across key a corner and two Council Top led by Ammar al-Hakim, and the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr. » He added that Abu tirelessly «achieve these principles are the basis of our point of view in who should be nominated for the presidency of the National Alliance, and if we achieve that we will support any character, provided that enjoys the admissibility of each of the Parties.»
He explained Abu tirelessly to «National Alliance still up for grabs at this level because the issue is not related to these personal or those as it is an institutional issue, which calls for balance and harmony between its components as long as there's keenness by everyone on the survival of the National Alliance», adding that «from Among the issues agreed upon between the National Alliance components that in the event recognizes the party in the coalition as prime minister, which is a coalition of state law, the presidency of the National Alliance should be the National Coalition (the Supreme Council and the Sadrists) in case we want to work in a spirit of brotherhood and institutional within the National Alliance. »

He said Abu Galal said that «the Supreme Council is talking about principle by persons, in case the condition balance and institutionalization, we are supporters of any candidate, and therefore the case is not an issue candidate versus another candidate but that there is a consensus on the al-Hakim of the Iraqi national spectrum even outside the National Alliance, one of the important issues that give the National Alliance strength and durability in the political process. »

The State of Law coalition announced yesterday that he ordered him to resolve the nomination for the presidency of Ali al-Adeeb National Alliance, successor to Ibrahim al-Jaafari, who currently combines the presidency of the Alliance and the post of foreign minister in the government of Haider al-Abadi.

The document showed Internet sites this nomination signed by a number of coalition rule of law components including Badr bloc led by Hadi al-Amiri and independent mass led by Hussain al-Shahristani.