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National Alliance Confirms Maliki’s Candidates to Provide the Security Ministries to Parliament on Thursday

Editor: HAH | SS

Wednesday, 16 March 2011 10:25 GMT

Alsumaria News / Baghdad

MP for the National Alliance Abbas al-Bayati, on Wednesday, the National Alliance to resolve the nomination of candidates to fill the ministries of interior and national security, noting that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’s security ministries will present candidates to the parliament on Thursday to vote on them.

The MP said the National Alliance Abbas al-Bayati said in an interview for “Alsumaria News”, “National Alliance, agreed during a meeting, yesterday, to nominate candidates for the ministries of interior and national security, not to mention their names.

The MP added for the rule of law in the WIN National Alliance that “Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki would present candidates of the security ministries of interior, defense and national security of the Council of Representatives on Thursday to vote on them.”

The MP for the National Alliance Mohammed Chihod predicted in an interview earlier “Alsumaria News”, on Tuesday, to give Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki names of the candidates for the defense and interior ministers on Thursday, attributing the reason for the delay in naming ministers of security to the pursuit of the principle of consensus.

A parliamentary source said in an interview with “Alsumaria News”, on Tuesday, said that “the Iraqi List, agreed to provide the tired-Obeidi, a candidate to take over as minister of defense,” noting that “al-Obeidi division commander in the former Iraqi army and is currently a professor lecturer at the University of Mosul.

A parliamentary source revealed, in an interview earlier “Alsumaria News”, the tenth of March current, the existence of differences, “many” of the negotiating team which was formed by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the political blocs on the candidates for the ministries of security, noting that the negotiating team, which includes leaders in State law Abdul Halim Hasan al-Zuhairi and send misleading information to al-Maliki on the candidates from the security ministries because of personal differences with a number of them.

The source revealed another political pressures exerted on Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to accept the nomination of persons “not convinced by him to” security positions, including Director of the Office of the Adjutant General of the Armed Forces team Farouk al-Araji for the post of Minister of the Interior.

The National Coalition decided during the meeting, on 21 February last, at the home of the President of the National Alliance Ibrahim al-Jaafari’s nomination of National Congress leader Ahmed Chalabi, an official to fill the inner bag as a candidate for the National Alliance, while expressing the Iraqi List, a day after its support for the proposition, asserting their right to nominated by the choice of the Ministry of Defence.

He is Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki bags and Ministries of Defence, Interior and National Security Agency since the announcement of the formation of the government is not completed in the atheist and the twentieth of December last, was put up Chalabi as a candidate strong to take the Ministry of Planning, which is still vacant is also occupied by acting leader of the Sadr movement Nassar al-Rubaie.

And the granting of the Iraqi parliament in its meeting held on 21 December last, the confidence of the Government of incomplete headed by Nuri al-Maliki, also saw the meeting also sworn in by the President and members of the Council of Ministers in accordance with Article 79 of the Iraqi Constitution.

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National Alliance Confirms Maliki’s Candidates to Provide the Security Ministries to Parliament on Thursday

Editor: HAH | SS

Wednesday, 16 March 2011 10:25 GMT

Alsumaria News / Baghdad

MP for the National Alliance Abbas al-Bayati, on Wednesday, the National Alliance to resolve the nomination of candidates to fill the ministries of interior and national security, noting that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’s security ministries will present candidates to the parliament on Thursday to vote on them.

The MP said the National Alliance Abbas al-Bayati said in an interview for “Alsumaria News”, “National Alliance, agreed during a meeting, yesterday, to nominate candidates for the ministries of interior and national security, not to mention their names.

The MP added for the rule of law in the WIN National Alliance that “Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki would present candidates of the security ministries of interior, defense and national security of the Council of Representatives on Thursday to vote on them.”

The MP for the National Alliance Mohammed Chihod predicted in an interview earlier “Alsumaria News”, on Tuesday, to give Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki names of the candidates for the defense and interior ministers on Thursday, attributing the reason for the delay in naming ministers of security to the pursuit of the principle of consensus.

A parliamentary source said in an interview with “Alsumaria News”, on Tuesday, said that “the Iraqi List, agreed to provide the tired-Obeidi, a candidate to take over as minister of defense,” noting that “al-Obeidi division commander in the former Iraqi army and is currently a professor lecturer at the University of Mosul.

A parliamentary source revealed, in an interview earlier “Alsumaria News”, the tenth of March current, the existence of differences, “many” of the negotiating team which was formed by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the political blocs on the candidates for the ministries of security, noting that the negotiating team, which includes leaders in State law Abdul Halim Hasan al-Zuhairi and send misleading information to al-Maliki on the candidates from the security ministries because of personal differences with a number of them.

The source revealed another political pressures exerted on Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to accept the nomination of persons “not convinced by him to” security positions, including Director of the Office of the Adjutant General of the Armed Forces team Farouk al-Araji for the post of Minister of the Interior.

The National Coalition decided during the meeting, on 21 February last, at the home of the President of the National Alliance Ibrahim al-Jaafari’s nomination of National Congress leader Ahmed Chalabi, an official to fill the inner bag as a candidate for the National Alliance, while expressing the Iraqi List, a day after its support for the proposition, asserting their right to nominated by the choice of the Ministry of Defence.

He is Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki bags and Ministries of Defence, Interior and National Security Agency since the announcement of the formation of the government is not completed in the atheist and the twentieth of December last, was put up Chalabi as a candidate strong to take the Ministry of Planning, which is still vacant is also occupied by acting leader of the Sadr movement Nassar al-Rubaie.

And the granting of the Iraqi parliament in its meeting held on 21 December last, the confidence of the Government of incomplete headed by Nuri al-Maliki, also saw the meeting also sworn in by the President and members of the Council of Ministers in accordance with Article 79 of the Iraqi Constitution.

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Good fine Viz, maybe they can get something done now.

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Nothing regarding the Security Ministries was on the Parliamentary Agenda for today:

جدول عمل الجلسة (44) الخميس (17) آذار 2011 Schedule of work session (44) Thursday (17) March 2011

الأثنين 14 اذار 2011 Monday, March 14, 2011

أولا: قراءة آيات من القران الكريم. First: read verses from the Koran.

ثانيا: القراءة الأولى لمقترح قانون هيئة النزاهة. Second: The first reading of the proposed law on the Integrity Commission. (لجنة النزاهة). (Integrity Commission).

ثالثا: القراءة الأولى لمشروع قانون صندوق الإسكان العراقي. Third: The first reading of the bill the Iraqi Housing Fund. (لجنة الخدمات والأعمار). (Committee for Services and ages).

رابعا: القراءة الأولى لمشروع قانون البنى التحتية والقطاعات الخدمية. Fourth: The first reading of the bill of infrastructure and service sectors. (لجنة الخدمات والأعمار). (Committee for Services and ages).

خامسا: القراءة الأولى لمقترح قانون إلغاء قرار مجلس قيادة الثورة (349 لسنة 1991). Fifth: The first reading of the proposed law on the abolition of the Revolutionary Command Council resolution (349 for the year 1991). (اللجنة القانونية). (Legal) Committee.

سادسا: القراءة الأولى لمقترح قانون إلغاء قرار مجلس قيادة الثورة (100 لسنة 1995). Sixth: The first reading of the proposed law on the abolition of the Revolutionary Command Council resolution (100 for the year 1995). (اللجنة القانونية). (Legal) Committee.

تبدأ الجلسة الساعة 10:00 صباحا The meeting begins at 10:00 am

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Now, are these going to be the same candidates mentioned in the other ministry candidates article, or a different set? If different, were screwed again, cause no consensus will exist. If same, then just a second source of the same news, which would be great. Is the National Alliance the same as the other body, or is this article saying the National Alliance agrees with the other candidates?

All the different blocs, alliances, and pseudo parties are too numerous and fluid for me to get a grip on who is who. Arrgh!

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