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A meeting of the State of Law coalition headed by al-Maliki and the presence of al-Abadi witnessing major rift within the coalition                                                     2014-Aug-16-53ef81902bd98.jpgA meeting of the State of Law coalition headed by al-Maliki and the presence of al-Abadi witnessing major rift within the coalition

Ali Mohsen Radi

 

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August 16, 2014 19:06

 

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Coalition held a meeting chaired by state law, Nuri al-Maliki and the presence of Prime Minister-designate Haider Abadi, participated in the meeting and all entities within the combined state law, including the independent bloc headed by Hussein al-Shahristani and mass Badr led by Hadi al-Amiri and advocacy organization bloc led by Iraq Khodair al 

A source familiar with Buratha news agency that the meeting was held to discuss the mechanism of the formation of the next government and be able to save the unity of Iraq,

The source added, but soon split everyone Bouksam severe between al-Maliki and al-Abadi and led to other conflicts do not bode well 

 

 

 
Friday 15 August 2014 22:17
 
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Alsumaria News / Baghdad
The head of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, on Friday, the support of Prime Minister-designate Haider Abadi, the formation of the government, while the price of leadership coalition Khodair al-Maliki historic step Ptnazelh for the nomination for prime minister.

 

The coalition said in a statement issued today, and received "Alsumaria News", a copy of the "State of Law held, today, a meeting chaired by its leader, Nouri al-Maliki and the presence of the leaders of its components namely advocacy and Badr and advocacy organization Iraq and independent and a number of other entities affiliated with him," noting that " Maliki stressed the importance of the cohesion of the rule of law as the main nucleus of the operation in Iraq and ways to support the prime minister-designate Haider Abadi, in forming the next government. "

 

He added that the coalition "leader Khodair al eighth During the meeting, al-Maliki historic step Ptnazelh his candidacy for prime minister in order to preserve the higher national interests," pointing out that "the secretary-general of the Badr Organization, Hadi al-Amiri pointed to a number of things that should be available in the next government."

 

He added that the coalition "Hussain al-Shahristani spoke about the successes of the coalition of state law impressive and overcome all its problems due to the great sacrifice of the owners."

 

The religious reference called, on Friday (August 15, 2014), the political blocs in the House of Representatives to take its responsibility and cooperation with the Prime Minister-designate Haider Abadi, and while confirming the importance of forming a government efficient and powerful, stressed the need to combat financial and administrative corruption.
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Abadi must put together a slate of ministers and have them approved by the MPs in the next 20 days or so or the president must select a new nominee. By holding out Maliki could get back in! With some restrictions of power Maliki may still be considered the PM.

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How can this be? They have a new PM which means Maliki is no longer acting as PM, so what the hell!?!?

 

Correct me if I am wrong but once the pm is sworn in m has to leave right? So what are they waiting on?

The PM is not sorwn in like you think, they have given him the go ahead to form the next GOI so he got paper work showing that so he can make deals to get the ministers he wants to work with. Once the new PM has his CoM ready to be voted in they all get sworn in at one time. When that happen is when Maliki will go.

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The Sunnis said they won't cooperate till Maliki has a trial

Ah ha ha ha ha

Important if you don't know the next step >>>>>>

First: The President of the Republic shall name the nominee of the Council of Representatives bloc with the largest number to form the Cabinet within fifteen days from the date of the election of the president of the republic.

Second: The Prime Minister-designate shall undertake the naming of the members of his Cabinet within a period not to exceed thirty days from the date of his designation.

Third: In case the Prime Minister-designate fails to form the cabinet during the period specified in clause "Second," the President of the Republic shall name a new nominee for the post of Prime Minister within fifteen days.

Fourth: The Prime Minister-designate shall present the names of his Cabinet members and the ministerial program to the Council of Representatives. He is deemed to have gained its confidence upon the approval, by an "absolute majority of the Council of Representatives, "of the individual Ministers and the ministerial program.

His cabnet has to have approval by an absolute majority

Ah ha ha ha ha

It's not that easy to do

Ya don't " get a rope "

Maliki had to compromise to get his absolute majority approval

He didn't dictate it

The new prime minister is not the prime minister yet

He is only designated to form a cabnet that has to have a absolute

Majority

What ever that means

Half + one to me is an absolute majority

Ahmed Chalabi mounting a surprise internal Shiite challenge to the official Shiite alliance candidate, Haydar al-Abbadi of the Maliki list. There was also a third candidate, Faris Yusuf Juju, yet again a secularist. Abbadi did win the competition with Chalabi 149-107 but that was not enough for an absolute majority. Chalabi then withdrew and Abbadi won the second vote with 188 votes, though 76 deputies voted blank

So hopfully they like the cabnet that addady forms

Or they will be starting over

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The Sunnis said they won't cooperate till Maliki has a trial

Ah ha ha ha ha

Important if you don't know the next step >>>>>>

First: The President of the Republic shall name the nominee of the Council of Representatives bloc with the largest number to form the Cabinet within fifteen days from the date of the election of the president of the republic.

Second: The Prime Minister-designate shall undertake the naming of the members of his Cabinet within a period not to exceed thirty days from the date of his designation.

Third: In case the Prime Minister-designate fails to form the cabinet during the period specified in clause "Second," the President of the Republic shall name a new nominee for the post of Prime Minister within fifteen days.

Fourth: The Prime Minister-designate shall present the names of his Cabinet members and the ministerial program to the Council of Representatives. He is deemed to have gained its confidence upon the approval, by an "absolute majority of the Council of Representatives, "of the individual Ministers and the ministerial program.

His cabnet has to have approval by an absolute majority

Ah ha ha ha ha

It's not that easy to do

Ya don't " get a rope "

Maliki had to compromise to get his absolute majority approval

He didn't dictate it

The new prime minister is not the prime minister yet

He is only designated to form a cabnet that has to have a absolute

Majority

What ever that means

Half + one to me is an absolute majority

Ahmed Chalabi mounting a surprise internal Shiite challenge to the official Shiite alliance candidate, Haydar al-Abbadi of the Maliki list. There was also a third candidate, Faris Yusuf Juju, yet again a secularist. Abbadi did win the competition with Chalabi 149-107 but that was not enough for an absolute majority. Chalabi then withdrew and Abbadi won the second vote with 188 votes, though 76 deputies voted blank

So hopfully they like the cabnet that addady forms

Or they will be starting over

I don't post much here anymore, but would like to weigh in my opinon on this one if I may. Granted, what you stated about the process is true. President names PM designate. PM designate has 30 days to form and name his cabinet and submit the names of each, as well as his platform. Each member of the cabinet must  be voted on individually, with approval requiring an absolute majority ( half plus one). IMO, with all the talk of a unified non sectarian govt, of which I truly believe Abbadi is indeed attempting to form, the only point we may disagree on is the ease of which this will be accomplished. Abbadi will pull this off with very little difficulty, ( again, IMO ) at which point he will be officially sworn in as the new PM of Iraq. Maliki will finally fade into the woodwork. I understand that there are differences of opinon in this regard. This one is mine.

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He is only designated to form a cabnet that has to have a absolute

Majority

What ever that means

Half + one to me is an absolute majority

 

 

 

You are right a Majority is usually half + 1 of either those physically voting or of the membership body as a whole. Different parliamentary procedures dictate this on how a majority vote is considered.. 

 

An Absolute Majority is defined per politic body. The Senate in the US has a 2/3 majority for some votes. This could be considered an absolute majority in all aspects of the law. 

 

Terms and definitions are usually spelled out in either the bylaws for that governing body or by their constitution. The US Constitution spells out several types of majority votes. For example an Amendment to the Constitution has to be ratified by 2/3 of the states. This could and would be considered an Absolute Majority for the ratification of an Amendment to the Constitution. For those who think the Bill of Rights had it easy, it wasn't until well after Prez G. Washington was out of office before the final Bill of Right was ratified by 2/3 of the states at that time.

 

On the other hand an Absolute Majority could be a much higher percentage of those voting either physically or by the body at large. However an Absolute Majority would come very close to a Unanimous vote.

 

So all in all an Absolute Majority falls somewhere in between a Majority vote and a Unanimous vote. Hopefully that clears it up for you. For specifics you have to look at the exact voting requirements for the passage of whatever needs to be passed.

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Now that chalabi dropped out his votes went to adaddy

Just think of those who originally voted for chalabi

He is one crooked politition

The biggest culprit was Ahmed Chalabi, everyone’s favorite crook. He had warehouses full of counterfeit bills of both eras. Eventually, he was caught, but he never was tried or fined for the crime of which the magnitude was staggering. Being of the same crooked mentality of the stooges now in power in Iraq, Chalabi was named as Minister of Energy. Instead of disavowing such actions, the quislings held Chalabi in high esteem because he was able to rob much more than they could.

http://www.lookingglassnews.org/printerfriendly.php?storyid=3221

He was behind destroying the dinar in the first place

And I'm sure he's expecting something for dropping out

Chalabi is respected because he could steal more than them

How nice

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