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 Al-Jubouri officially excluded .. The emergence of three candidates for the presidency of the parliament of Iraq

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PostSubject: Al-Jubouri officially excluded .. The emergence of three candidates for the presidency of the parliament of Iraq   Wed Aug 15, 2018 11:16 am

Al-Jubouri officially excluded .. The emergence of three candidates for the presidency of the parliament of Iraq

Twilight News

32 minutes ago

The spokesman for the coalition "National Axis" Laith al-Dulaimi on Wednesday the names of candidates for the post of Speaker of Parliament, indicating that he will be one of the members of parliament winning in the parliamentary elections.

The results of the elections showed that the Sunni blocs on more than 70 parliamentary seats in the various lists that they nominated.

The National Axis coalition, which was formed on Sunday, has more than 51 MPs who won the legislative elections in May, which seek the post of speaker of the House of Representatives.

It was usual after 2003 to get the presidency of the parliament, and go to the prime minister of a Shiite figure in return, the Iraqi presidency is headed by a Kurdish figure.

Former parliament speaker Saleem al-Jubouri headed the Islamist-Muslim Brotherhood party, but did not win the May parliamentary elections.

According to the terms of the new alliance to nominate the winning figures, Jubouri's chances of a new chairmanship are nil.

Al-Dulaimi told Ashqaf News "no candidate will be submitted to the presidency of the parliament unless it is consulted with the other blocs, but in principle we have Dr. Osama Najafi, as well as Mohamed Halbusi and perhaps Mr. Talal Zobaie."

"There is a mechanism to introduce the candidate on the other blocs and soon will resolve this issue."

Alliance members aspire to play a key role in building the largest bloc in the next phase, through which they can have a footprint in forming a government. As revealed by the leadership in Mohammed Karbouli to twilight News.

And waiting for the political community in Iraq, the ratification of the Federal Court on the election results to begin after consultations blocs on positions of sovereignty.

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