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Nine candidates for prime minister are revealed to Basneoz

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Nine candidates for prime minister are revealed to Basneoz

Post  RamblerNash on Sat Aug 04, 2018 10:22 am

Nine candidates for prime minister are revealed to Basneoz

The winning blocs refuse to reveal their names ...

Mohammed al-Baghdadi  04/08/2018 - 11:34 Iraq



The leadership of the National Alliance, Abdullah al-Zaidi, on Saturday, the presence of 9 candidates for the post of prime minister, in the new Iraqi government.

Al-Zaidi told Basnews that there are 9 names proposed by the winning blocs for the post of prime minister, but they refuse to reveal them in the media. They also stressed the other powers not to reveal them during the current period.

He pointed out that "the political forces refuse to disclose the names of their candidates for prime minister at the present time, fearing that they will be affected by a wave of punctuation, and this is already in place, but among these 9, Haider Abadi and Hadi Amiri, and all chances close to get the post».



Abdullah al-Zaidi

The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr , surprised his opponents and political partners to put 32 conditions in the controls that must be provided to achieve a political alliance qualified to form the next government, and 40 conditions to choose the appropriate person for the post of prime minister.

One of the most prominent conditions of the chest must be provided in the candidate for prime minister not to double nationality, which implies the exclusion of the current Prime Minister, and the strongest candidates Haider Abadi, who holds British citizenship. He also stipulated that the head of government must be outside the House of Representatives, and is fluent in more than one language, and not subject to foreign pressure. To be good and not corrupt, and to end the interference of the party in the government and its institutions.

Among the most important of the 32 points regarding the establishment of the alliance, Sadr's requirement is that "the loyalty of parties and blocs to Iraq, and the consolidation of the principle of separation of powers, and not to nominate all the old political faces to executive positions, and the formation of a committee to hold the corrupt and reduce the privileges and salaries and activate the law where you have this» . It also stipulated that "senior executive positions are not subject to the principle of quotas, and that they are chosen from within the coalition and from the technocrats."

http://www.basnews.com/index.php/ar/news/iraq/456704
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Re: Nine candidates for prime minister are revealed to Basneoz

Post  Terbo56 on Sat Aug 04, 2018 10:52 am

So much for the people's votes, right? So, in other words, they are not going to give up until Maliki and his idiots are installed back as prime minister-Their laws, along with their ethics and understanding of what they are faced with, apparently don't matter, as long as the status quo is met and continued- What a bunch of tired camel jockeys- But, no matter, they will get what they deserve, and reap what they sow-Their chances of a stable government just went down the crapper- I hope they flushed twice, it's quite a ways to Tehran......Dumb asses- couch
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