Tlar: “Lots of confusing articles and unofficial statements today”
Postpone the hearing to determine the largest bloc in the Iraqi parliament to Monday
Iraqi parliament 06/08/2014
Extended Iraqi President Fuad Masum, the date of determining the largest parliamentary bloc that will have a constitutional right to put forward a candidate to head the next Iraqi government, to Monday.
The decision of the House of Representatives Niazi Ihsanoglu, the chairman of the parliament received a letter from the Presidency in this regard.
Ihsanoglu pointed out in connection with the "Radio Sawa", to be infallible in his letter explained that the three days of Eid beyond the constitutional period to choose a prime minister, which was scheduled to expire Thursday, and thus became the deadline on Monday.
Tlar: Articles are suggesting that the SOL is now working with the NA and other articles suggesting the SOL is not working with the NA and standing by their man Maliki.
Very confusing as their leadership appears to also now be in disarray.
The SOL seems to be vacillating back and forth and this may yet require a parliamentary incursion into this mess. We, the witnesses, are again stalled as we wait to witness the outcome of this folly.
The leadership of the SOL should be immediately arrested when this is over but I can assure you, they all have their escape planned for the last minute.
Iraq should put together a group of ex-nazi hunters for those that have already fled and immediately close the borders to those who have not that are still causing problems. tlar
XXXXX Says: Tlars first article was not fact. It was not an official statement. Thursday is still looking good.
Tlar: XXXXX, I hope you’re right. Lots of unofficial statements today. Choose one. If you don't like that one, like somebody said on here, wait 5 minutes maybe the next one will be better. I think the SOL is in tatters and finally the opposition to Maliki is gaining in strength. Another article seems to imply 70 are now against. Tlar
Tlar: National Alliance identifies tomorrow as the date to announce its candidate for prime minister
Tomorrow's Press / Baghdad announced the National Reform Movement led by Ibrahim al-Jaafari, Wednesday, that the National Alliance identified on Thursday in conjunction with the holding of the parliamentary session scheduled to announce its candidate for prime minister.
The MP said the current Tawfiq al-Kaabi for "tomorrow's Press," "The National Alliance announced that the largest bloc during the first session of parliament in the presence of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and all members of the coalition has announced it is also at a press conference in Parliament," noting that "the National Alliance Select Day Thursday deadline to announce its candidate for prime minister. "
He added that "blocks from the National Alliance nominated president of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari to take over as prime minister, and Pat is the closest to this office,
and things will become clearer during the timid tomorrow, to proceed beyond the stage of forming a new government, which we hope to accelerate its formation to end the suffering of the people, especially the displaced."
The MP for the mass citizen Faleh applicable, on Tuesday, announced the launch of the National Alliance Chairman of the National Reform Movement, Ibrahim al-Jaafari as its candidate for prime minister.