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Post by claud39 on Sat Dec 29, 2018 10:16 am


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29 December 2018

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Political leaders revealed the beginning of divisions within the coalition of "building" (led by Hadi al-Amiri and Nouri al-Maliki ), and the withdrawal of a number of deputies and their rebellion against the leaders of the coalition, to be independent deputies within the parliament, which weakened the strength of  the coalition and impact on his ability to pass agendas in Parliament , The center of mobility to exploit it to complete the government of Abdul Mahdi. 

The disagreement between the "building and reform" coalition on the interior portfolio has hindered the completion of Abdul Mahdi's government , with three ministries still vacant. 

He said a political official familiar with the "new Arab", "a number of deputies from the coalition of construction gave up, and refused to stay under the authority and agendas of the leaders of the coalition," noting that "about 12 deputies from the coalition blocs withdrew from it, and began to deal with files and laws as independent candidates, Outside the framework of the construction alliance. "

He stressed that "this split included the deputies of the blocks of al-Maliki and al-Amiri, and these deputies refused to finally vote for the candidate of the coalition to the  portfolio of Interior Faleh al-Fayadh," noting that "the withdrawal lost the construction coalition his ability to garner sufficient votes to pass his candidate, as well as the ability to complete the quorum of parliamentary meetings after withdrawal Alliance of reform ". 

The coalition of "construction" claims to be the largest parliamentary coalition, in terms of the number of deputies, and that he has the ability to pass the laws that he wants, by having a numerical majority. 

For his part, MP for the Alliance " reform " Hassan Masoudi, in a press statement, "The block of construction if it was the largest bloc in parliament, as it claims, would have been able to pass the candidate for the bag Interior Faleh Fayyad," noting that "

He stressed the importance of "ending the media conflict on the big block, and focus on the government program." 

Politicians confirm that the weakness of the construction coalition and the loss of a number of its deputies will be in favor of Abdul Mahdi on the completion of his government and overcome the crisis of the internal portfolio.

A member of the alliance, "Saron" Abdullah al-Janabi for the "new Arab", "The numerical convergence between the coalition of construction and reform generated a political conflict and cross-pass their agendas crossed, causing a crisis during the first attempt to pass the candidate for the Interior, the second refused him," noting that "weakness Construction and put it in front of the status quo, and recognize the failure to pass the candidate. " 

He stressed that "all this poured into Saleh Abdul-Mahdi, who began to exploit this to complete his government," noting that "Abdul-Mahdi seeks to persuade the reform alliance to attend the next meeting, to complete the quorum, and even in the event of the offer of Fayadh it will not get the confidence of Parliament, Sufficient number, which will push for the passing of an alternative candidate. "

Despite the Iraqi parliament's vote on most ministries in the government of Abdul Mahdi, which won confidence on October 24 last year, but the portfolios of the interior, defense and justice, is still vacant because of differences over the candidates.
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Post by Jayzze on Sat Dec 29, 2018 1:15 pm

here is a guick cliff note of above. I will make it short and sweet until iraq gets rid of irans influence thru m and friends NOTHING WILL EVER CHANGE including currence change
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