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Shabandar: Maliki has legitimacy if they offer any coup, he humiliated Centhr

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Independent MP Izzat Shabandar
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08/11/2014 16:13

Tomorrow's Press / Baghdad: Description of independent political Izzat Shahbandar, on Tuesday, a coup attempt carried out by the Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki as "political suicide humiliating" him, in what was considered that all raised last no more than "a storm in a teacup," asserting that he became losing legitimacy.

Shabandar said for "tomorrow's Press," said that "what is being said of the coup attempt carried out by the Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki, after deducting the candidate for the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, would be tantamount to political suicide for humiliating him."

He added that "all Maliki raised a storm in a teacup Iraqi matter was resolved without any outside interference, whether from Iran or the United States or elsewhere."

Shabandar confirmed that "Maliki is now losing legitimacy after the sound of 33 MPs from his own party in favor of Haider al-Abadi."

Commissioned by President Fuad Masum, Monday afternoon, the leader of the coalition of state law Haider Abadi form a government within 30 days.

It is noteworthy that the policy of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and over two Ssayastin terrace where the government met with stiff opposition by most of the political blocs, making a mess in the country have fallen recently to the continuous fall of the city of Mosul, and some areas, however, militants Daash.

And ended on Sunday, the duration is set by the Iraqi constitution, the president Fuad Masum, the personal commissioning, which holds the formation of the government. :bravo: 

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That is hysterical Maliki's half a__try at a coup

A storm in a tea cup. Thank you Yota

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wi-news says against article 76 for Iraqi constitution.  Maliki looses, yota, t bomb or BUTi help post link.

2014/8/11 05:29:30 PM


Denied the Federal Court said in a statement Monday that a decision be issued a decision in the dispute between the President of the Republic Fuad Masum, the Prime Minister of the outgoing about including the largest parliamentary bloc would support al-Maliki's efforts to run for a third term.

TV was the "Iraqi" government said in a newsflash this morning that "the Federal Court issued a decision affirming that the state law is the largest parliamentary bloc."

However, the court statement, posted on the official website, a response to a message from the President of the Republic, only recalling the court's decision, issued in March 2010.

This decision confirms that the parliamentary bloc of the most number means either "cluster, which formed after the elections and during the electoral list and one won the most number of seats," or "bloc, which was formed from two or more of the electoral lists, which entered the elections and then formed a single block of a single entity In the House of Representatives. "

The statement said that in accordance with Article 76 of the Constitution, the President is mandated bloc, which has become the parliamentary seats in the first session over a number of other blocs.

He has announced in a statement broadcast on state television abruptly at midnight on Sunday, "Today I will present a complaint in federal court against the president."

Accuse Maliki of violating the constitution twice infallible, especially for not assigning the Prime Minister of a certain task of forming a new government.

The rule of law is part of the largest components of the National Coalition of Parliament.

And ended the era of political controversy about the Shiite alliance candidate for prime minister after being asked by President infallible National Alliance candidate Haidar al-Abbadi form the next government, rather than al-Maliki, despite the coalition victory in the legislative elections that took place on the thirtieth of April last.

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Bongalow....add this...Alusi: Federal Court did not Tansa to the wishes of the government despite pressure

Monday, August 11 / August 2014 13:34


[baghdad where]

The deputy of the Democratic Alliance for the civil, on Monday, that the Federal Court did not Tansa the wishes of the government despite the pressures and threats big.

And between Alusi told all of Iraq [where] that "the sources of information media, and specifically from the prime minister intended to create an atmosphere of incorrect information and thus provoke gadfly security in the country," adding that "the Federal Court exercised around the pressures of a major political as well as security."

Alusi and went on saying, "We know that the Federal Court did not Tansa to this desire and hope that withstand the pressures and threats from the big party al-Maliki, stressing that the court is still holding limit this moment."

The Federal Court denied on Monday, the news about a certain political bloc renamed as the largest parliamentary bloc number, which will cost the formation of the new government.

A spokesman for the federal authority, Abdul Sattar Bayrakdar told all of Iraq [where] that "the decision has been issued, which refer to the interpretation concerning the interpretation of Article 76 of the Constitution in 2010," adding that "the court has not issued any new resolution that," he said. " Federal Court sent a formal letter to the President of the Republic and showed him that the Court's interpretation of the year 2010 is the same now and be back to him in this regard, "adding that" the court did not identify by name are the largest bloc. "

The semi-official al-Iraqiya had announced in an urgent news bulletin that the Federal Court has today announced that a coalition of state law considered is the largest parliamentary bloc in the House of Representatives. "

The head of the Federal Court judge, Medhat al-Mahmoud, had announced to [where] earlier that "the largest parliamentary bloc, which formed the government in 2010 are the same will ministerial cab for 2014", adding that "the biggest bloc is composed under the dome of Parliament ".

And identified the constitutional article [76] Pfqrtha the first President of the Republic commissioned by the parliamentary candidate of majority to form a cabinet within fifteen days from the date of election of the President of the Republic, as shall the [second] Prime Minister-designate to name members of his Cabinet within a maximum period of thirty days from the date of commissioning , as stipulated third paragraph, that the President of the Republic commissioned a new candidate for the Presidency of the Council of Ministers within fifteen days if the prime minister-designate to form the cabinet during the period specified in item "Second" of this Article, the states fourth paragraph, that the Chairman of the Board Minister-designate display the names of members of his cabinet and its ministerial platform, the House of Representatives, and is won confidence upon approval of the individual Ministers and the ministerial program, a majority Almtalegh.anthy 2


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verb (used with object), com·posed, com·pos·ing.


to make or form by combining things, parts, or elements: He composed the Nomination Haider Abadi  as prime minister by majority vote.

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yep, thanks yota, Parliament sticks out as key word to me, Feds will not rule with maliki, now religious Shistani and Kahmeni will exert their religious will to oust maliki IMO.

Thanks Yota

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