Four coalition in Iraq .. Is approaching the formation of the government?

Center for Political and Strategic Studies

“Al-Hikma” headed by Ammar al-Hakim, and “National Bloc” headed by Iyad Allawi, Vice President, in an effort to form the largest parliamentary bloc that can From the leadership of the next Iraqi government.

The Rally stressed the openness to the partners of the other political process to contribute together in forming this bloc. He described the alliance as “transient” and rejects quotas in all its forms.

Abadi said that this gathering came in a national decision stemming from the interest of Iraq and in response to the demands of citizens.

Abbadi asked the President of the Republic Fuad Masoum to call the House of Representatives to convene as soon as possible within the constitutional time limit for the election of the Presidency of Parliament and the President of the Republic.

The announcement of the formation of this alliance after the ratification of the Federal Supreme Court on the final results of the parliamentary elections, issued by the alliance, “Saroon” 54 seats out of 329, followed by “conquest”, which includes factions of the crowd Shaabib President Hadi Amiri 48 seats.

And then dissolved the coalition, “victory” with 42 seats, while the coalition, “State of Law” led by Nuri al-Maliki on 26 seats.

With this ratification, the results are official, and the deputies now meet and elect a speaker of the parliament and then the president of the country, and the President and Council of Ministers.

In June, the parliament ordered a recount of the votes manually after being electronically sorted out after a government report reported widespread abuses that the Electoral Commission claimed.

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