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Al-Issawi reveals the names of the candidates of vacant ministries to be presented in parliament

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Post by RamblerNash on Sun Jun 23, 2019 12:15 am

Al-Issawi reveals the names of the candidates of vacant ministries to be presented in parliament

Al-Issawi reveals the names of the candidates of vacant ministries to be presented in parliament Image

22-06-2019 02:18 PM

Baghdad

The spokesman for the coalition of Iraqi forces Faleh al-Issawi, Saturday, the names that are supposed to be put in the day in parliament to vote on them to fill the vacant ministries.

"After the intensive meetings between the coalition of forces and the National Coalition, my name was Major General Najah al-Shammari and Major General Salah al-Hariri to fill one of these bags and give full freedom to Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi to choose the appropriate name from them," al-Issawi said in an interview with Al-Akhbar.

"With regard to the Ministries of Education and Justice, Svanana Hamdani is the candidate of the National Axis Alliance while the Kurds nominated Judge Rizgar Mohammed Amin to the Ministry of Justice."

He added that "the Ministry of the Interior, which is considered a share of the building has been nominated Abdul Ghani al-Asadi and Yasin Yasiri and perhaps there are other names as well as gave full freedom to Abdul-Mahdi to choose the appropriate name."

He pointed out that "Abdul Mahdi can attend the parliament and it is possible to send the names of candidates by a paper to parliament and this does not affect legally."

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