Baghdad - INA - Nour al-Zaidi
The deputy of the Al-Nasr coalition, al-Tamimi, revealed a political movement to form an alliance that represents the largest bloc in the parliament.
Al-Tamimi said in a statement to the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "There is a movement of some influential political blocs to form an alliance representing the largest bloc in Parliament," stressing "the need to adopt a political party candidate for prime minister to assume responsibility for its selection."
Al-Tamimi said, "Restoring confidence to the outgoing Prime Minister, Adel Abdul-Mahdi, is likely that he will not gain the confidence of the majority of Parliament if he is put forward to renew confidence, because there are many comments on the work of his government."He stressed the importance of choosing a candidate for prime minister that meets the demands of the demonstrations and is able to form a constructive reform government.
It is noteworthy that the parliamentary wisdom bloc revealed earlier the existence of a parliamentary movement to pressure political leaders to nominate a young personality for prime minister.
In a statement to the Iraqi News Agency (INA), member of the bloc, MP Hassan Faddad, said: "There is a new movement within the House of Representatives of young members of the Shiite blocs to pressure the leaders of their blocs for the purpose of specifying that the Prime Minister-designate is completely different from his predecessor," explaining that " The specifications include being a young person and within the career service according to the retirement law, and that he is a citizen of the interior and does not have any dual citizenship, as well as his name was not presented as a candidate in the past, and that he is not rejected or controversial, in addition to other specifications.