BAGHDAD / NINA / MP, of the Kurdistan coalition forces, Sherif Sulaiman confirmed that his coalition would not participate in the political majority government if it is formed "because Iraq is in the process of building and everyone is demanded to join the building."

He said in a statement to the / NINA / today 30, Oct that "The calls to form the political majority government is not new call and they are just arguments and serious obstruction to begin repairing the political process."

He continued: "every time the state of law coalition being asked to implement the provisions agreements; they threaten and vow to form a majority government," describing this action as a misplaced, because the country had suffered greatly from the rule of the central governments.

He added: "The call of the formation of a majority government is not a serious call, because if go to form a majority government, the current government should resign, dissolve itself and then go to form a majority government."

It is mentioned that Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Islamic Supreme Council renewed the call, during the Eid al-Adha prayer, to form the majority government representing Iraqi components because of, what he described, and the inability of the political forces, through the past three years, to reach full and true national partnership government .' / End