A member of the victory reveals the closest figures to take the presidency of parliament


Release date: 2018/8/25 17:03

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former deputy defense minister Khalid al-Obeidi and Vice President Osama al-Nujaifi are the closest figures to the post of speaker of the new parliament. .

Abed Rabbo said in a press statement that “there are more than one figure so far to take over the post of Speaker of the Parliament, Osama Najafi and Khalid al-Obeidi, Anbar Governor Mohammed Halbusi and former deputies Mohammad Tamim and Talal Zobaie, but the closest to the post is Nujaifi and Obeidi, and the most likely is Abidi if not There is new in the next few days. ”

And on the findings of the political blocs winning in the elections that took place on 12 May last understandings to form the largest bloc in the new parliament, Abed Rabbo confirmed the existence of advanced understandings in this area, pointing out that the coming days will see the accession of new political forces and there are winners in the The parliamentary elections go to join the coalitions of “victory”, “turn”, “wisdom” and “patriotism”.

“In my personal opinion this axis is who will form the largest bloc and therefore the next government, and in my estimation the announcement of the largest bloc will be with the start of the start of the first session of the new parliament on the fifth or sixth of next month.”

The political map in Iraq has been drawn since the fall of the former Iraqi regime in 2003, with the presidency of the Republic of the Kurds, while the post of speaker of the parliament of the share of Sunni Arabs, and the premiership of Arab Shiites.

The Federal Supreme Court of Iraq announced last Sunday that it had ratified the final results of the legislative elections held last May.

http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=76980

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