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Post by RamblerNash on Sun Aug 19, 2018 11:21 pm

Leaders of the blocs meet to discuss the first step to form a government

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19-08-2018 09:41 PM

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The holding of political parties winning in the elections a meeting to discuss the formation of the largest bloc, which is on the formation of the government within 90 days.

The meeting is being held at the Babylon Hotel in Baghdad, Haider al-Abadi, Muqtada al-Sadr, Ammar al-Hakim, Haidar al-Abbadi and leaders of the national bloc.

The powers need 165 seats, out of a total of 329, to form the largest bloc to be entrusted with the formation of the next government.

Qatban races to form the largest bloc, the first consists of the alliance of Sason, victory, national, wisdom, while the second includes, conquest, the rule of law and other blocs.

At the same time, Sunni forces are meeting with the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the National Union to discuss the accession of one of the poles.

The Federal Supreme Court of Iraq announced on Sunday its ratification of the results of the parliamentary elections, which means the beginning of a constitutional deadline of 90 days before the winning parties to form a government.

There were disagreements in the Iraqi political circles over the candidates for the formation of the next government, amid the visit of US special envoy to Iraq, Brett McCorgh, in conjunction with the visit of the commander of the 'Quds Force' Iranian Qassim Soleimani, and expectations that the goal of the visits to the file of forming a government.

And leaked news about a split in the 'victory' led by Haider Abadi, after the nomination of Faleh al-Fayadh for prime minister as an alternative to Abadi, by a group of political forces seeking to end the alliance of the largest bloc without taking Abadi second term.

According to the approved results, has issued a coalition 'Saron' electoral landscape with 54 seats followed by 'Alliance of conquest' with 48 seats and after the solution of the 'victory' led by Prime Minister Haider Abadi 42 seats, while the coalition 'State of Law' led by Nuri al-Maliki 26 seats .

The Kurdistan Democratic Party has 25 seats and the National Union has 18 seats.

On Tuesday, senior Iraqi Sunni leaders announced the formation of a political alliance they called the 'national axis' of six political entities whose blocs won seats in the new parliament, which will hold more than 50 seats.


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