A parliamentary bloc calls for the nomination of a figure "non-Shiite component" for
A parliamentary bloc calls for the nomination of a figure "non-Shiite component" for prime minister
The Alliance of Parliamentary Forces on Monday called on those who "reject their quota" to nominate a figure "from a component other than the Shiite" to the prime minister if they want to "implement their slogans", considering that move "a real message to overcome sectarianism."
The deputy head of the bloc Raad al-Dahlaki in a statement received by Alsumaria News, a copy of it, he was surprised "the duality of dealing with some parties and trying to ride the wave," pointing out that "some parties did not realize the lesson, and did not get the magnitude of the sacrifices made by the masses and the blood that was asked to go beyond the headlines. Narrow and ditches and quotas. "
He added, "The first threshold of the quota was to reduce the candidates of the three presidencies with certain components, so if those who claim to reject the quota to apply the slogans raised, they must nominate a figure from a component other than Shiite prime minister and leave the option of approval for the masses away About political forces. "
He continued, "This step is the real message to overcome sectarianism, which was done by the Alliance of Powers when he nominated the names of all components of the defense portfolio exceeding the narrow headlines, and this is what we want to see today from the Shiite forces calling for reform and overcoming sectarianism, but without it everyone must admit failure And go to the people to say his word for the good of Iraq and its people. "
It is worth mentioning that the House of Representatives, in an extraordinary session held on Sunday (December 1, 2019), approved the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, a day after its formal presentation.