Iraq .. Expectations of Al-Kazemi’s government crossing the parliament
The designated Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, is racing against the time to form his government when it is presented to Parliament in an extraordinary session, while expectations indicate that his government will give confidence during this week.
The Al-Watan bloc in Parliament confirmed its position in support of Al-Kazemi by forming the next government. The representative of the bloc Hisham Al-Suhail said in a statement that “All the representatives in the Parliamentary bloc are supportive of Mustafa Al-Kazemi in forming his next government, and we believe that he is able to form a strong government capable of Face the coming challenges. ”
For his part, said the representative of the “Al-Hikma” bloc Hassan Khalati, “The conditions available to Al-Kazemi are better than those that accompanied the path of assigning his predecessors, and there is an ideal basis for passing the government.”
And he is likely to witness one day this week, a session to vote on the ministerial formation of Al-Kazemi.
Meanwhile, former Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister, Bahaa Al-Araji, said in a tweet to him on his Twitter account: “If Al-Kazemi is a candidate from the most numerous bloc as they claim, then the components of this bloc must stand with him in order to make his mission a success, because that is from Its responsibilities. ”
Freedom of choice
For its part, the deputy for the State of Law coalition, Alia Nassif, revealed that Prime Minister-designate Mustafa al-Kazemi granted the political blocs freedom to submit two candidates to each ministry.
Nassif said, according to the official agency, that “Al-Kazemi set specific specifications in the mechanism of submitting candidates to his cabinet by the political blocs, the most important of which is integrity and competence and has no known backgrounds, in addition to other specifications.”
She added that “the person in charge will be free to choose whom he deems appropriate after submitting each block two or three candidates to each ministry.”
The head of the parliamentary bloc Al-Fath, Muhammad al-Ghabban, had revealed earlier, the formation of an advisory group representing the political blocs to provide assistance and advice to the taxpayer in studying the names of the ministerial cabinet and the government curriculum. Military. Source