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GMT Thursday, 2005 August 2010 11:56 GMT
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Revealed a coalition of law which is headed by Iraqi Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki on Thursday said that the last meeting held by the coalition with the Iraqi List, a discussion of the Law of the National Security Council of the policies strategic, hoping to resolve the issue to form a government next week, as he emphasized the continued deadlock in negotiations, the State Law and the National Coalition.
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The leadership of the coalition of the state of law writer in an interview with "Alsumaria News" "The coalition discussed with Iraqi forces during their meeting, Wednesday, and paper law the National Security Council strategic policy agreed upon by the political forces", noting that "This law will focus on the concept of national partnership between the political blocs in the decision-making during the next phase as well as the implementation plan. "
The writer that "the meeting of Iraqi and coalition rule of law for the night, on Wednesday, was intended to reach a compromise is in one single formula on the paper on the Law of the National Security Council strategic policy because the two books of law differs from the other," expecting that "the two sides reach an agreement on this paper during the next few days. "
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The leader of the Iraqi List, beauty melon said, "the Sumerian News," that the negotiations currently underway with a consortium of state law under the chairmanship of Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki have reached an agreement to form a coalition government within a week, Marshal at the same time that any agreement must be in accordance with the constitutional entitlement of the list of Iraq.
He went on, saying that "the law of the National Security Council strategic policy will become effective after approval by the current Iraqi parliament by a period of four years only to the need of the political process in a state of political consensus in the coming period," stressing that "the law will be a comprehensive plan is compatible from the political blocs to work in the areas of energy and foreign policy, and national reconciliation ".
The writer is the Deputy Secretary-General of the Islamic Dawa Party led by Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki, that the Council will discuss the formation with issues related to the priorities of the laws that require legislation, in addition to existing laws which are supposed to be canceled, "indicating that the Council will also mean the work of the Authority judicial reform and what can be inside it. "
The novelist hoped to resolving the issue of forming the new Iraqi government next week, stressing at the same time, the continued deadlock in negotiations with the National Coalition since the data exchanged between the parties about the nomination of Nuri al-Maliki for a second term.
Coincides talk about the near reach a coalition of law and the Iraqi draft law of the Political Council for National Security and the formation of new government within a week, with the re-launch a U.S. initiative for the sharing of power between the coalition rule of law and Iraqi forces, provides the survival of Iraqi Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki, in office for a second term, and give the post of President of the Political Council for National Security of the leader of the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi, and positions of the sovereign task of the list to add to the Presidency of the parliament, with the exclusion of the National Coalition government formation, especially the Sadrists.
The political blocs have failed to find solutions to end the crisis in the formation of the government and reach a dead end, after almost five months after the parliamentary elections in the seventh of last March, also failed to Iran and other regional states to find consensus between the political blocs to form a government, which made the U.S. Nations have increased fears of a collapse of the political and security situation in Iraq, especially with the approach of reducing the number of U.S. forces end of the month to 50 thousand troops.
And led the parliamentary elections which took place in the seventh of last March to nearly five months of political paralysis in the absence of a clear winner and convergence in the results (Iraq 91 seats, the rule of law, 89 seats out of a total of 325 represents the total number of seats in parliament) as the country has witnessed post-election violence , while U.S. forces are ready to end the hostilities on 31 August before a full withdrawal in the next year.
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