Damluji: Iraqi paper include the mandate of the Prime Minister two sessions

17/02/2012 13:01

Baghdad, February 17 (Rn) - A spokeswoman for the coalition in Iraq Maysoon al-Friday paper her coalition sharing power in the country include several points along the mandate of the Prime Minister two sessions.

He took al-Maliki as prime minister for the first time in May 2006 and the current government in December 2010.

The Constitution provides for the mandate of the Prime Minister as so stipulated on the mandate set by the President of the Republic in two, which means that it will not be entitled to President Jalal Talabani to run for the position of which is being handled now, after the next elections in 2014.

Damluji said, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the Iraqi raised in her paper to participate in the National Congress of the mandate of the Prime Minister only two sessions."

The paper contains a list to include the Iraqi Council of strategic policies and research in the intention of the political blocs on the formation and whether or not to achieve political balance and the balance in recruitment career in degrees.

The paper also stressed on the eligibility of the establishment of federations also included organizing the relationship between the government and the regions as well as granting wider powers to the provinces.

The Committee emphasized that the legal representative did not oppose the constitution give the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for the nomination for a third term.

Damluji explained that "Iraq does not want to be limited to the executive branch, however, a person and we have to vary continuously the government in Iraq."

Sadr's movement and supports the calls of the mandate of the Prime Minister two terms only two, but a coalition of state law, led by al-Maliki oppose it.

Nevertheless, the Iraqi political forces believe the possibility of exceeding this constitutional issue through political consensus between the blocks and in force in the country through the political process under way since 2003 by issuing a special law approved by the House of Representatives and defines the mandate of the Prime Minister two.