Political | 11:07 – 04/28/2020
Baghdad – Mawazine News
Well-informed political sources revealed that an agreement was reached in principle on the offer of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazimi’s booth to vote on Iftar on Thursday evening.
The sources revealed in an interview with “Mawazine News” that the agreement reached by the meeting in the house of the President of the Al-Fath Alliance Hadi Al-Amri was accepted by the partners, which paved the way towards the passage of the ministerial and agreed to vote on it next Thursday.
She indicated that after the breakfast, voting will take place to ensure the quorum due to the blessed month of Ramadan.
The sources pointed out that Al-Kazemi signed his government curriculum tonight and that he will be presented to the media before the vote and that he will send the names of his ministerial team tomorrow to parliament.
The sources revealed that it was agreed to grant the Block of Other Walkers the ministries of “Electricity, Health and Water Resources” while the Al-Fateh block was granted the ministries of “Interior, Communications and Transport”. As for the Oil Ministry, it will go to the Wisdom Block, while the State of Law coalition and the Victory Coalition will be the Ministry of Higher Education, while the Ministry will go Work to the Virtue Party and the Ministry of Agriculture will be the share of the new contract block (Al-Fayyad Alliance and Aras Habib). As for the Finance Ministry, it will remain with the Kurdistan Democratic Party, while the Justice and Defense Ministries will go to the Sunni blocs.
The source added that “the new list includes changes With four ministries from the first list that he recently submitted, “explaining that” the four ministries whose candidates have been changed are oil, telecommunications, finance and labor. ”
On 9 April this year, Iraqi President Barham Salih commissioned Mustafa Al-Kazemi to form the new government within 30 days, which is the third official after Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi and Adnan al-Zarfi apologized for forming the government after they failed to persuade the Kurds and Sunnis. M hn