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Maliki's coalition regrets: We will not vote on the Al-Kazemi government

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The State of Law coalition led by Nuri al-Maliki said on Sunday that he made great efforts with the rest of the political blocs to form the new government, but he would not vote on it.  

The coalition said in a statement, "People" received a copy of it (3 May 2020) that "during the negotiations, mechanisms were agreed upon to choose the candidates for the new government, provided that the Prime Minister-designate deals with all political blocs according to one approach."  

He added, "The path of forming the government began to take a different course from what was agreed upon, which called us to make additional efforts to correct options and nominate candidates with competence, integrity and leadership capabilities from sincere energies in Iraqi society. Unfortunately, our sincere efforts did not end in Correcting this path, so the government formation that Mr.-designate presented to the political blocs came in conflict with the aspirations of the Iraqi people, as it includes a number of controversial candidates who did not meet the required specifications of competence, integrity and acceptability.  

He continued, "On this basis, the coalition of state law declares that he did not participate in the formation of this government and did not vote for it in the House of Representatives, and leaves the option to the rest of the members of the Council to take the appropriate decision regarding it."  

Yesterday, Parliament Speaker Mohamed Al-Halbousi directed the parliamentarians to come to parliament next Monday, in preparation for the session of granting confidence.   

An official statement from the parliament, "People" received a copy of it (May 2, 2020) that "in preparation for holding a session of granting confidence to the new government during this week; the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Muhammad al-Halbousi, instructed the presence of the deputies in Baghdad next Monday, and a trip from the Erbil airports was also prepared." And Sulaymaniyah and Basra airport flight to transfer deputies to Baghdad next Monday. "    

He added, "He will announce the date of the session later."    

In turn, the second deputy to the House of Representatives, Bashir Haddad, announced on Sunday the details of the session of granting confidence to the government of Mustafa Al-Kazemi, pointing out that the names of the ministerial formation have not yet arrived.   

Haddad said in a statement to the official agency, followed by "NAS", (3 May 2020), "Al-Kazemi sent the government curriculum and we expect to send the names of the ministerial cabinet in the coming days, and after the arrival of the names, the date of the session for granting confidence will be fixed."    

On the voting mechanism, Haddad explained that "the session of granting confidence will be in the conference hall, and therefore its size will be large and there will be a distance between one deputy and another for health protection."    

He added that "the presidency of the parliament sent the deputies to come to Baghdad tomorrow, Monday, in preparation for the session in the coming days," noting that it "could be the end of this week."    

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That's ALL you need to know, this camel humping POS is not about to give up the corruption gravy train which he help start, is and has been a part of for the last 20 years. Ma needs a hemp necktie!!

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There are only 25 members in his coalition.......out of 300+ total......not sure he really has that much influence any longer.

It is always annoying to see his name in print!       CL 

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They only need 50% + 1 vote only to pass the cabinet and new PM.. this fu**er in deep sh*t as he got tons of corruption file..

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29 minutes ago, coorslite21 said:

There are only 25 members in his coalition.......out of 300+ total......not sure he really has that much influence any longer.

It is always annoying to see his name in print!       CL 

What ever Maliki wants, Iran has made happen. This time could well be different as Iran is doubled over in agony with all of its own problems these days. Soleimani’s absence doesn’t hurt a thing either!!!

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Allawi joins the owners and rejects the Al-Kazemi government

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Allawi joins the owners and rejects the Al-Kazemi government
Iyad Allawi, leader of the National Coalition
 
 

ARBIL (Kurdistan 24) - The National Coalition headed by Iyad Allawi said today, Sunday, that it will not give confidence to the government of Mustafa Al-Kazemi, stressing that he will boycott the parliamentary session scheduled for the vote.

"The Patriot Coalition has always stressed the need to take into account the national demands made by the demonstration arenas and that there be representation for demonstrators, unions and professional associations," it said.

He continued, "We have worked throughout the past period to achieve this, whether through our dialogues with the brother in charge or with the various political forces, but unfortunately we have not seen any positive signs of that, in addition to that the mechanism for selecting ministers was vague and unknown, in addition to exceeding popular demands in Referring Iraqi killers and protectors to private, public courts. "

The coalition affirmed that it would not give confidence to the Al-Kazemi government, noting that its members would boycott the scheduled session and that they would "be peaceful opponents of all Iraqi patriots if they pass."

The State of Law coalition led by Nuri al-Maliki had announced earlier in the day his rejection of the Al-Kazemi government.

Sewar Ahmed

 

https://www.kurdistan24.net/ar/news/1d433874-0411-4013-87df-b4c4b009c368

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The National Coalition: We will not give confidence to the Al-Kazemi government, and we will boycott the voting session

05/03/2020
 
  
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The information / Baghdad ..

The National Coalition announced, on Sunday, that it will not give confidence to the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi and boycott the voting session.

The coalition said, in a statement received / information / that "the National Coalition has always stressed the need to take into account the national demands that emerged from the demonstration arenas and that there be representation of demonstrators, unions and professional unions."

He added, "We have worked throughout the past period to achieve this, whether through our dialogues with the taxpayer or with various political forces, but unfortunately we have not seen any positive signs of that, in addition to the mechanism for selecting ministers was vague and unknown, in addition to exceeding popular demands in Referring Iraqi killers and protectors to private, public courts.

He cautioned that, "From this standpoint, we announce that we will not give confidence to this government, but rather we will boycott the scheduled parliamentary session and we will be peaceful opponents of all Iraqi patriots if it is passed."

Earlier in the day, the State of Law coalition announced that it would not participate in the formation of the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa al-Kazimi, stressing that he would not vote for it in the House of Representatives. 25 h finished

 

https://www.almaalomah.com/2020/05/03/472023/

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A parliamentary source: Halbousi's coalition will not vote on Al-Kazemi for this reason

 05/03/2020
 
  
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A well-informed parliamentary source said, on Sunday, that the coalition of forces headed by Speaker of Parliament Muhammad Al-Halbousi will not vote on Al-Kazemi’s government in the confidence-giving session scheduled for this week.

The source said to the "information" that "the sharp and profound dispute between the Khamis Al-Khanjar Front and the Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi Front made the latter threaten to boycott the voting session to give confidence to the government of the commissioner, Mustafa al-Kazemi."

He explained, "Al-Kazemi will grant several ministries to the Sunni component by negotiating with the new Khamis Al-Khanjar," noting that "the liberated cities alliance sat with the prime minister-designate and gave him the green light to choose freely Sunni personalities, unlike the Muhammad al-Halbousi movement who refuses to nominate specific names." .

He pointed out that "this matter made the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mohamed Al-Halbousi, back down from supporting the Prime Minister-designate." 15 k is over

 

https://www.almaalomah.com/2020/05/03/472020/

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Allawi's coalition refuses Al- Kadhimi’s government

 

2020/05/03 07:18:55

Shafaq News / The National Coalition (Al-Wataniya) led by Iyad Allawi announced on Sunday, refusing to vote for Mustafa Al-Kadhimi’s government, as a special session is scheduled to be held this week.

Al-Wataniya coalition has always stressed the need to take into account the national demands made by the demonstration arenas and that there would be representation for demonstrators, unions and professional associations,” A statement of the coalition stated.

"We have worked throughout the past period to achieve this, whether through our dialogues with the assigned Al- Kadhimi or with the various political forces, but unfortunately we have not seen any positive signs of that, in addition to that the mechanism for selecting ministers was vague and unknown, in addition to exceeding popular demands in referring Iraqi killers and protectors to private, public courts. "

"From this standpoint, we announce that we will not give confidence to this government, but rather we will boycott the scheduled parliamentary session and we will be peaceful opponents with all the Iraqi patriots if it is passed."

State of Law coalition led by Nuri al-Maliki which own 26 seats out of 329 parliamentary seats - announced earlier today that it will not vote for Al-Kadhimi government.

The National Alliance bloc has 21 seats officially, before it was exposed to splits, and its members joined other blocs.

For the government to obtain the confidence of Parliament, an absolute majority (50% + 1) is required for the number of members present (not the total number) to grant confidence, but its chances in light of the escalating opposition seem difficult.

 

 

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Same ole Shites doing the sane old crap.  Iranian puppets holding up the progress of their own nation to enrich thenselves. Throw them in jail until they return the Billions they have stolen from the Iraqi people.  

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Patriotism: We will not give confidence to the Al-Kazemi government and we will boycott the voting session

 03/05/2020

 
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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News
, the National Coalition led by Iyad Allawi announced on Sunday that he did not give confidence to the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa al-Kazimi and boycott the voting session.
The coalition said in a statement received by / Mawazine News / a copy of it, that "the National Coalition has always stressed the need to take into account the national demands that emerged from the demonstration yards and that there be representation for demonstrators, unions and professional unions."
He added: "We have worked throughout the past period to achieve this, whether through our dialogues with the taxpayer or with various political forces, but unfortunately we have not seen any positive signs of that, in addition to that the mechanism for selecting ministers was vague and unknown, in addition to exceeding popular demands in Referring Iraqi killers and protectors to private, public courts. "
And he continued, "From this standpoint, we announce that we will not give confidence to this government, but rather we will boycott the scheduled parliamentary session and we will be peaceful opponents with all Iraqi patriots if it passes." Ended 29 / h

 

https://www.mawazin.net/Details.aspx?jimare=98421

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It is time to dissolve the parliament and go to free elections in 30 days.

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32 minutes ago, Laid Back said:

 

It is time to dissolve the parliament and go to free elections in 30 days.

 

 

Couldnt agree more LB

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These guys posture so much there's no telling. But in this case, odds are they'll vote against Kazemi. They'd rather parliament be dissolved than vote in a way that gets family members kidnapped.

 

Iran may be broke, but their uneducated Islamo-hick militia degenerates will kidnap and torture anyone's child for a bag of halal jerky.

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1 hour ago, boosterbglee said:

Worse than morons.....fire them all! No parliament , no more graveytrain!

 

2 hours ago, WheresmyRV? said:

Time to dissolve the GOI, enough is enough.

 

 

Agree, these people waste more time and continue to steal from its citizens. Time to move on and dissolve the Parliament. 

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1 hour ago, Laid Back said:

It is time to dissolve the parliament and go to free elections in 30 days.

 

:bump: that.  

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5 hours ago, coorslite21 said:

There are only 25 members in his coalition.......out of 300+ total......not sure he really has that much influence any longer.

It is always annoying to see his name in print!       CL 

Unless you read this headline...

" Maliki the Bucket He Kicki"

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It’s going to be ok. The Iranian snakes are poking their heads.  The prime minister will gain confidence and he will cut off the heads of the snakes. 
 

May is our month!!!

 

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5 hours ago, Mary B said:

A parliamentary source: Halbousi's coalition will not vote on Al-Kazemi for this reason


Alright, probably the best news I’ve heard all weekend. Call for the vote an then dissolve the parliament the same day. He needs to call for new elections in 30 days an rid Iraq of this Iranian quagmire they’ve gotten themselves into....

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