Baghdad, 23 May (Akaniwz) - An adviser in the Iraqi government ended its mandate, Sunday, the formation of commissions to expedite the process of handing ministries of the next government.
Salam al-Quraishi told Kurdistan News (Akaniwz) "The Iraqi government was formed specialized committees today (Sunday) to accelerate the delivery of ministries and institutions directly related to the next government," pointing out that "This step is a distinctive and unique as it will contribute to a culture of devolution of power through Delivery positions and responsibility to others."
He called that "The next government, whatever the pattern and the body that give rise to it took to complete its current government."
The Quraishi, who heads a committee of governmental recognition that "the work of these committees is my technical and has nothing to do with political matters and it will move within a specific department."
And as "the actual work will begin on Tuesday after work to complete all procedures necessary for the success of a prompt transfer of the government."
Witnessed in the Iraqi arena after the announcement of results of public polls, mobility broad political, and especially the winner blocs seeking to form a parliamentary bloc can Khalaha form the new government, or at least agree on naming the prime minister, and produced for the integration of coalition rule of law and national levels.
And insists the Iraqi List, on the form the next government, "because the Constitution gives the right" from the Federal Court's interpretation of article 76 of the Constitution.
While the Federal Court has interpreted the above-mentioned article that the term "parliamentary bloc, the most numerous" is made up within the House of Representatives and not winning the most votes in the elections.
He was a member of the Kurdistan Alliance said Mahmoud Othman, (l Akaniwz) earlier view that the Federal Court regarding the parliamentary bloc, authorized the formation of the government, "not binding on any block because it is not a decision."
The results showed a final list could be presented in the Iraqi parliamentary elections by obtaining 91 seats, followed by a list of coalition rule of law with 89 seats, the National Coalition by 70 seats, the Kurdistan Alliance with 43 seats.