|Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Revealed a mass citizen, said Friday that the National Alliance will hold a meeting before the parliamentary session next Tuesday to choose a candidate for prime minister, and as shown there are a number of candidates to fill the position, confirmed that the meetings are still going on between the components of the alliance to choose one of the candidates.
The MP said the bloc citizen, Habib Terminal in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "The National Alliance will hold a meeting before the parliamentary session next Tuesday to choose a candidate for prime minister."
The Terminal "There are a number of candidates to fill the position, but he is no agreement on a specific candidate," pointing out that "dialogues and meetings are still going on between the components of the National Alliance for the selection of one of their candidates."
The leader of the Islamic Supreme Council warned Mohammed al-Masoudi, on Thursday (July 31, 2014), of "civil war" as a result cling to power, as he emphasized that the issue of Fallujah need for a political solution and not Balaskar and security forces.
The MP from the state law, Haitham al-Jubouri, on Thursday (July 31, 2014), a waiver of his coalition as prime minister as a "betrayal" of the Secretariat being the largest bloc, with reiterated that the only candidate for the post is Nouri al-Maliki.
The MP for the Liberal bloc Riad al-Saadi said, in a Wednesday (July 30, 2014), that the National Alliance has five candidates for the post of prime minister, including al-Jaafari and al-Shahristani, while noting that Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki, to withdraw his candidacy for the job because of political pressure.
He said the religious authority, Mr. Mahmoud Hashemi, in July 29, 2014, that the nomination of president of the new government in Iraq must be determined as set apart by the polls, stressing the unnecessary adherence to constitutional entitlement to the new government.
The differences are still going on within the National Alliance for the selection of the prime minister for the next government at a time, which is still state law clings Nouri al-Maliki as prime minister, the other blocks within the coalition of the Liberal and the citizen refuses this nomination, as well as the other blocks out of the coalition is still continuing in its refusal Cutter to take over as prime minister Nuri al-Maliki for the third session.