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The 170 deputies announce their position on the decision of the Iraqi President Empty The 170 deputies announce their position on the decision of the Iraqi President

Post by RamblerNash on Thu Dec 26, 2019 11:07 pm

The 170 deputies announce their position on the decision of the Iraqi President

The 170 deputies announce their position on the decision of the Iraqi President Parlaman

12/26/2019 09:05:58
 
Shafaq News / The 170 deputies, who signed the specifications of the next prime minister, announced their refusal to present the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, for his resignation or even thinking about it.

And 170 deputies had previously called on the President of the Republic to submit an independent candidate to head the next government, and holders of Iraqi citizenship only, and he had not received any position since 2003.

After we read the President’s message to Parliament, we announce our clear position by rejecting Resignation or even hinting at it, as we stress that national and popular options are the final word in the form and features of the next prime minister away from partisanship and quotas and in line with the aspirations of the Iraqi people and the steps for reform and change. "

The Iraqi president, Barham Salih, apologized for assigning the "building block" candidate, Asaad Al-Eidani, to head the government, confirming his personal willingness to resign from the post of President of the Republic.

The president refused to assign Al-Aidani, as a candidate for prime minister, and he is the third candidate who protesters refuse to assign to the position, after Parliament member Muhammad Shi'a Al-Sudani and Minister of Higher Education in the resigned government, Qusay Al-Suhail.

On Wednesday, protestors of Tahrir Square, in the center of the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, announced their refusal to assign Al-Eidani to take over the next government, to succeed resigned Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi.

The protesters forced the Mahdi government to resign in early December, and they insist on the departure and accountability of all political elites accused of corruption and waste of state funds, which have governed since the overthrow of Saddam Hussein's regime in 2003.

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