BAGHDAD / NINA / The MP, of the Ahrar bloc, of the Sadr Movement, Bahaa al-Araji said the components of the National Alliance did not agree on providing a candidate for prime minister in Tuesday's session of the House of Representatives, because State of Law coalition is still stuck to Maliki's nomination.
Araji said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / "The National Alliance has become in a critical juncture, which imposes to oblige to constitutional timing by providing a candidate for prime minister to head the next government after the President gives the mandate to the largest bloc."
He pointed to the existence of two choices about the lack of agreement of the components of the National Alliance, the first is to provide a single candidate represents all the blocs and components of the National Alliance and enjoys the national admissibility, which is something unlikely, because of the state of law is still stuck to Maliki's nomination or there will be two coalitions, one is the national coalition, and the second is the state of law, which means breaking the NA practically . "
Araji added, "the meetings of the National Alliance did not discuss the candidates to replace al-Maliki to head the next government so far, and the national coalition cannot agree even on the mechanics of the selection of a prime minister" denying leaks about naming some of the candidates of the leaders of the blocs and components of the National Alliance. Indicating that the parliament's session will be limited to discuss the situation of the displaced and review the work of special committees on the general budget, "/ end