Parliamentary Liberal submit a request to the President of the Republic to prepare a draft law to determine the mandate of the Prime Minister
Agency eighth day
January 22, 2015, 14:30
BAGHDAD - ((eighth day))
Liberal parliamentary bloc announced submit a request to the President Fuad Masum, upping with 88 signatures of MPs from various political blocs, to prepare a draft draft law to determine the state of the Prime Minister, as in other presidencies.
A spokesman for the Liberal bloc MP Hussein al-Awadi, at a press conference today: "The Liberal bloc made a formal request to the President Fuad Masum, in order to prepare a draft law to determine the mandate of the Prime Minister to two terms."
He pointed out that "there to pass this law in the House of Representatives a political agreement among all the political blocs, in line with the Constitution."
He said: "It is necessary to work on the devolution of power between the political blocs and joint parties in the political process with a view to a peaceful transfer of power and linking institutions of constitutional and legal status to achieve democracy," adding that the demand was upping the signatures of 88 deputies to prepare a draft of the mandate of the three presidencies and they represent various blocs Parliamentary. "(AA)
Objections "Sunni - Kurdish" fact-Jaafari's list of "surrogate Maliki" .. and Chalabi luckiest
2014/6/25 07:43:08 PM
BAGHDAD / Wi-News
Sources familiar with political, religious, Wednesday announced the launch of three candidates for the leadership of the country in the next stage, they are Ibrahim al-Jaafari, leader of the National Alliance, and Adel Abdul-Mahdi, leader of the Supreme Islamic Council, and Ahmed Chalabi, leader of the Iraqi National Congress.
The General Qassem Soleimani, since the beginning of the week touring inside the Shiite political circles, to reach a consensus, "Shia" on "acceptable candidate" to head the next government, to solve before the constitutional deadline for Angaad the new parliament, according to informed sources.
Informed sources "Wi-News" that "Gen. Qassem Soleimani Sistani briefed on the developments of the political movement going on in the region, and discussed with him the possibility of creating a consensus on a candidate for prime minister in the light of the existing security crisis."
These developments come in sync with the US-Iranian negotiations are currently underway at the level of diplomats between Tehran and Washington to reach a comprehensive regional agreements, most notably the Iraq crisis, and the formation of the new government, and calls for Kurdish secession from Iraq, and federal Sunni areas.
Sources say the relevant office of the supreme authority Ali al-Sistani said that "Chalabi and Adel Abdul Mahdi, are the most likely to take over the presidency of one of the new government, due to the presence of Kurdish, Sunni objections to the third candidate, Ibrahim al-Jaafari."
And add these sources, that "Chalabi, it seems the closest to get assigned to the formation of the new government, he is a mass citizen members of the Supreme Islamic Council headed by Ammar al-Hakim, as he enjoys the confidence of Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr."
Sources indicate that "tomorrow will hold a meeting of the leaders of Iran's national security and the presence of the leaders of the Revolutionary Guard Gen. Qassem Soleimani to discuss the validity of the candidates, and the acceptability of each of them at the domestic, regional parties and the Americans."
A spokesman for the National Coalition, Ibrahim Bahr al-Ulum, told the "Wi-News", that the coalition "met Tuesday evening in the presence of all his limbs, and confirmed the commitment Baltoukitat constitutional and the House of Representatives at the time, and supported the call reference of the need for the convening of parliament in his time."
Bahr al-Ulum and talked about the choice of the National Alliance (National Alliance - a coalition of state law), seeking to provide a candidate acceptable to all parties, pointing out that "the existence of a basic orientation to the mass to reach a consensus view on the presidential candidate of the next government."
According to Bahr al-Ulum, the "coming days will reveal the new prime minister, who will have all the blocks of the admissibility of the Alliance and other blocs."
This comes as a coalition of state law confirms, the only candidate through its commitment to lead the next government.