Legal expert: The caretaker government continues until the vote on the new cab
Legal expert Tariq Harb confirmed, today, Thursday, that there is no constitutional or governmental void with the end of the 15-day period, indicating that the caretaker government continues its work until the vote on the new government booth, recalling the experience of the government of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, which continued seven months.
Harb said in an interview with Al-Masala, that there is no constitutional vacuum or a governmental vacuum with the expiry of the 15-day period, indicating that the caretaker government continues to operate until the vote on the new government booth.
Harb added, that the largest bloc can present its candidate at any time and be assigned and may be rejected by Parliament after the commissioning and nominate others, explaining we have the experience of Nuri al-Maliki’s government, which remained for the caretaker business for seven months until a vote on the new government.
He continued, saying, “Whoever talks otherwise does not mistake himself, and it is just attempts to confuse the situation, stressing that it is possible to assign the candidate of the largest bloc today, or after a week or a month.” Source