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Al-Asadi: Tonight, the name of the prime minister will be announced

2020-03-15

Al-Asadi: Tonight, the name of the prime minister will be announced

 

The head of the "Sanad" parliamentary bloc Ahmed Al-Asadi announced Sunday that the name of the prime minister will be announced.


Al-Asadi said in a tweet followed by Alsumaria News, that "in the coming hours, the Seven Committee will decide its decision regarding choosing the appropriate person to form the interim government and submit it for final approval."


Al-Asadi added that “challenges are common to everyone, and wasting time is not in anyone’s interest,” pointing out that “tonight, the name of the taxpayer will be announced, and we will all stand with him for success.”

 

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Its decisions regarding the final choice of the 1st character. Challenges are common to everyone .. wasting time is not in anyone’s interest .. tonight .. will be announced

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The President of the Republic intends to appoint Al-Suhail as prime minister

2020-03-15

The President of the Republic intends to appoint Al-Suhail as prime minister

 

A political source revealed, on Sunday, that the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, intends to appoint Naim Al-Suhail as prime minister.


The source said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "The President of the Republic, Barham Salih, intends to assign Naim Al-Suhail to the premiership."


The source added, "This came after initial approval by the Shiite forces."


Head of the "Sanad" parliamentary bloc, Ahmed Al-Asadi, announced today, Sunday, that tonight the name of the prime minister will be announced.

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10 minutes ago, DWS112 said:

The President of the Republic intends to appoint Al-Suhail as prime minister

2020-03-15

The President of the Republic intends to appoint Al-Suhail as prime minister

 

A political source revealed, on Sunday, that the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, intends to appoint Naim Al-Suhail as prime minister.


The source said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "The President of the Republic, Barham Salih, intends to assign Naim Al-Suhail to the premiership."


The source added, "This came after initial approval by the Shiite forces."


Head of the "Sanad" parliamentary bloc, Ahmed Al-Asadi, announced today, Sunday, that tonight the name of the prime minister will be announced.

Yup. He will be the PM

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4 hours ago, DWS112 said:

Ahmed Al-Asadi added that “...wasting time is not in anyone’s interest.”

 

This guy can't be an Iraqi politician. All they do is waste time. And should they approve

  someone today, there's another 30-day window for that person to build his cabinet.

Then parliament has to approve. The next thing you know, it's time for their Christmas

                  break. Who's got time for work, when you can vacation. Fools.

 

 

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                                          But....we can always HOPE. :facepalm2:

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Qusay al-Suhail

 
 

Dr. Qusay Abdul Wahab al-Suhail is an Iraqi politician from the Sadrist Movement who is the current Minister of Higher Education in the Government of Adil Abdul-Mahdi.[1]

 

 
BackgroundEdit

He graduated from Baghdad University with an MSc and a PhD in Hydrology and went on to be an Assistant Professor at the University of Basrah.[2]

 

 
Political activitiesEdit

For the 2010 Iraqi parliamentary election, the Shiite Islamist National Iraqi Alliance split, with Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki leading his own State of Law Coalition. The cross-sectarian Iraqiya party won the most seats but fell well short of a majority. The Sadrists significantly increased their number of MPs and became the second largest component of the NAI. After eight months of negotiations, a national unity government incorporating all the main blocs was agreed. An Iraqiya MP, Osama al-Nujaifi, was elected Speaker of the Council of Representatives, with al-Suhail elected his first deputy.[3] His election was seen as a sign that the Sadrists wanted to demonstrate that they had responsible professionals who were able to govern Iraq and move on from the insurgency against the United States army. He was also one of the first major politicians elected since the 2003 invasion of Iraq who was not from among the opposition politicians who organised themselves from exile under Saddam Hussein.[4]

He was nominated as Minister for Higher Education by Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi in October 2018, but was not approved by parliament due to disagreements between the Sadrists and the second largest bloc, Fatah.[5] Suhail was eventually approved by the Council of Representatives on 18 December 2018, after they agreed to allow parliament to vote on five further ministries which were "not shrouded in disagreements" - a reference to the Interior and Defence Ministers

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10 minutes ago, gregp said:

Qusay al-Suhail

 
 

Dr. Qusay Abdul Wahab al-Suhail is an Iraqi politician from the Sadrist Movement who is the current Minister of Higher Education in the Government of Adil Abdul-Mahdi.[1]

 

 
BackgroundEdit

He graduated from Baghdad University with an MSc and a PhD in Hydrology and went on to be an Assistant Professor at the University of Basrah.[2]

 

 
Political activitiesEdit

For the 2010 Iraqi parliamentary election, the Shiite Islamist National Iraqi Alliance split, with Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki leading his own State of Law Coalition. The cross-sectarian Iraqiya party won the most seats but fell well short of a majority. The Sadrists significantly increased their number of MPs and became the second largest component of the NAI. After eight months of negotiations, a national unity government incorporating all the main blocs was agreed. An Iraqiya MP, Osama al-Nujaifi, was elected Speaker of the Council of Representatives, with al-Suhail elected his first deputy.[3] His election was seen as a sign that the Sadrists wanted to demonstrate that they had responsible professionals who were able to govern Iraq and move on from the insurgency against the United States army. He was also one of the first major politicians elected since the 2003 invasion of Iraq who was not from among the opposition politicians who organised themselves from exile under Saddam Hussein.[4]

He was nominated as Minister for Higher Education by Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi in October 2018, but was not approved by parliament due to disagreements between the Sadrists and the second largest bloc, Fatah.[5] Suhail was eventually approved by the Council of Representatives on 18 December 2018, after they agreed to allow parliament to vote on five further ministries which were "not shrouded in disagreements" - a reference to the Interior and Defence Ministers

So he graduated from Baghdad University... LMAO... that's a 6th grade education.....

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3 hours ago, WheresmyRV? said:

I can see another huge protest coming from the citizens in a few days.

 

exactly , they been trying to roll this guy out since last december but at least the iranians will be pleased .. cheers dv'ers

 

https://www.kurdistan24.net/en/news/4bb0f1ef-937c-4190-9686-f9559b7ae8f4

from the article :

Protesters chanted slogans rejecting the candidacy of Qusay al-Suhail for the post of prime minister and threatened further escalation should it come to pass. Demonstrators have long lamented what they see as foreign intervention in Iraqi affairs and see Suhail as Iran’s pick for the premiership.

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12 minutes ago, 6ly410 said:

 

 

Thanks for posting. Something to consider: Note which news organizations report the political crisis as originating entirely within Iraq, with no fault attributed to Iran.

 

Also worth noting that Al Jazeera is Qatari, a country allied with Iran and Turkey.

 

Qatari money influences a vast portion of global and American media, especially the Never-Trumpers. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, gregp said:

Qusay al-Suhail

 
 

Dr. Qusay Abdul Wahab al-Suhail is an Iraqi politician from the Sadrist Movement who is the current Minister of Higher Education in the Government of Adil Abdul-Mahdi.[1]

 

 
BackgroundEdit

He graduated from Baghdad University with an MSc and a PhD in Hydrology and went on to be an Assistant Professor at the University of Basrah.[2]

 

 
Political activitiesEdit

For the 2010 Iraqi parliamentary election, the Shiite Islamist National Iraqi Alliance split, with Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki leading his own State of Law Coalition. The cross-sectarian Iraqiya party won the most seats but fell well short of a majority. The Sadrists significantly increased their number of MPs and became the second largest component of the NAI. After eight months of negotiations, a national unity government incorporating all the main blocs was agreed. An Iraqiya MP, Osama al-Nujaifi, was elected Speaker of the Council of Representatives, with al-Suhail elected his first deputy.[3] His election was seen as a sign that the Sadrists wanted to demonstrate that they had responsible professionals who were able to govern Iraq and move on from the insurgency against the United States army. He was also one of the first major politicians elected since the 2003 invasion of Iraq who was not from among the opposition politicians who organised themselves from exile under Saddam Hussein.[4]

He was nominated as Minister for Higher Education by Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi in October 2018, but was not approved by parliament due to disagreements between the Sadrists and the second largest bloc, Fatah.[5] Suhail was eventually approved by the Council of Representatives on 18 December 2018, after they agreed to allow parliament to vote on five further ministries which were "not shrouded in disagreements" - a reference to the Interior and Defence Ministers

 

It appears, he has all the qualifications of another Iranian Stooge / Puppet.

 

Just sayin'  ..... :rolleyes:

 

Semper Fi :salute:

 

GO PROTESTERS !!

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Hopefully, if he is one of Sadr's goons, they only have him for a few months to get the economy kick started with free elections no later than December. There is a shiite majority in Iraq. So, there will continue to be an internal struggle between shiite nationalists, pro-Iranian theocrats and others. 

Not sure if we will see more protests, but there is a lot of work to do and if he tries to kick the US out, he won't last long.

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Presidency of the Republic: The name of the head of the transitional government has been agreed upon

3/15/2020

 
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Baghdad - Mawazine News,
a source in the Presidency of the Republic revealed, on Sunday, that the Iraqi political blocs agreed on the president of the transitional government.
The source said, "The President of the Republic, Barham Salih, will appoint today the president of the transitional government Monday night or tomorrow," noting that "Naim al-Suhail, who works as deputy head of the Presidency of the Republic, is the person who has agreed upon."
It is mentioned that the constitutional period specified for the President of the Republic to appoint the Transitional Prime Minister ends on Monday. Ended

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https://www.mawazin.net/Details.aspx?jimare=90366

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They in trouble now .......

 

Shafaq News / A source in the 7-party Committee, which includes Shiite political forces revealed on Sunday, that there is an agreement within the committee to nominate a close member to Nuri al-Maliki, leader of the State of Law coalition, Naim al-Suhail as a prime minister.

https://www.shafaaq.com/en/iraq-news/close-source-to-al-maliki-leads-the-race-to-head-the-new-government-with-an-alternative/

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This was the link in "3n1"'s post.  

 

Shafaq News / A source in the 7-party Committee, which includes Shiite political forces revealed on Sunday, that there is an agreement within the committee to nominate a close member to Nuri al-Maliki, leader of the State of Law coalition, Naim al-Suhail as a prime minister. Who nominated this guy?

The second constitutional deadline for selecting a candidate for prime minister in Iraq will end tomorrow, Monday. The main Shiite leaderships Last week, as a seven-party committee was formed that includes all the Shiite parliamentary blocs represented in the parliament to discuss the conduct of more than 31 candidates for the position, provided that one of them is agreed to be presented to the President of the Republic, Barham Saleh for the purpose of assigning him. Saleh will never agree!  Good thing for that!!!

 

The source told Shafaq News that , "The Seven- Party Committee reached a preliminary agreement to nominate Naim Al-Suhail as prime minister, but the dialogues are still ongoing and will not stop."

He added, "If the committee does not reach a final agreement to nominate Al-Suhail and present his officially to the President of the Republic, Barham Saleh, then the Seven –party Committee will present the head of the intelligence service, Mustafa Al-Kazemi to fill the position." Good!

He said, "We expect that Al-Kazemi is the favorite, although there is agreement on Al-Suhail."

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Prime Minister .. Sharp disputes delay the candidate's announcement and expectations for resolving the file today

16/03/2020

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Political sources close to the Seven Committee said on Monday that the sharp differences between the political blocs delayed the announcement of the candidate to head the government.


The sources said, "Non-minor differences delayed the announcement of the name of the new taxpayer despite the narrowing of options to three names, after objections appeared on the name of the candidate for the position, Naim al-Suhail by one of the prominent political blocs representing the committee and the arrival of an explanation from the Iraqi Accountability and Justice Commission indicating that Another candidate, a current university president, had ties to the dissolved Baath Party, which is prevented by the new constitution. "


She emphasized, "Other names such as Mustafa Al-Kazemi and Ali Al-Shukri are still on the table in light of the insistence of some components of the Seven Committee on assigning a person from the technocrats to be president of the university."


He pointed out, "The representatives in the committee made contact with the leaders of their blocs, and matters may be resolved on Monday.

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State of Law: We will not agree to appoint any candidate for prime minister before agreeing to it

16-03-2020

State of Law: We will not agree to appoint any candidate for prime minister before agreeing to it

 

The State of Law coalition confirmed on Monday that it did not agree to the issuance of a mandate for any candidate for prime minister without obtaining consensus on it, pointing to the continuation of dialogues to choose a "competent" candidate.


The coalition said, "Despite the failure to reach an independent candidate on which the seven political forces unanimously agreed, we will not abandon our responsibility to maintain the momentum of dialogue with our brothers in the blocs to bring the points of view closer to reaching a candidate in which we believe competence and ability to advance the mission, and we stand behind him and him in facing the challenges ".


The coalition added in a statement, Alsumaria News received a copy of it, "We declare that we do not agree with the issuance of a mandate to any candidate before a consensus is reached on him."

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Legal expert: After the failure of the Seven Committee .. Constitutionally Saleh takes over the Prime Minister with his full powers

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Baghdad / news

 

On Monday, the legal expert, Ali Al-Tamimi, confirmed that after the failure of the Seven Committee, constitutionally, the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, assumed the prime minister with his full powers.

 

Al-Tamimi said in a statement received by "Al-Akhbariya" that "in case the Seven Committee fails and the 15-day period granted to the President of the Republic passes ... I see that the topic of the largest bloc that obligated the candidate in paragraphs first, third and fifth of Article 76 of the Constitution has ended, and that the transition will be to Article 81 first and second, the transfer of powers to the President of the Republic, and he who will replace the Prime Minister with full powers and the end of the role of Abdul-Mahdi and those with him, who has to hand over the administration of the country to the President of the Republic. ”

 

He added, “According to the second paragraph of Article 81, the President of the Republic may appoint a candidate far from the largest bloc or parties, meaning he is free, unrestricted and not obligated to choose, stating that“ if Parliament does not vote for him on whom he chooses, then any President of the Republic can dissolve Parliament and call elections It is early, according to Article 64 of the Constitution, because it brought together the two positions, that is, the President and the ministers with us ... and then it will be a milestone ... that will solve the problems of the whole country. "

 

He continued, "In the event of disagreement on this, the President of the Republic can resort to the Federal Court to find a solution to the crisis in accordance with Article 93 F2 of the Constitution."

 

https://www.ikhnews.com/index.php?page=article&id=211202

 
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8 minutes ago, Carrello said:

failure of the Seven Committee, constitutionally, the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, assumed the prime minister with his full powers.

Thanks Carrello !

"that will solve the problems of the whole country."

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