Baghdad, Ahmed al-Asadi, spokesman for the Fatah alliance said that the goal of the alliance's visit to Erbil is to formulate common visions to come out with a joint work program towards the formation of the next government. Noting that "we have not re...
Baghdad, Ahmed al-Asadi, spokesman for the Fatah alliance said that the goal of the alliance's visit to Erbil is to formulate common visions to come out with a joint work program towards the formation of the next government. Noting that "we have not reached in our dialogue to the personality that will take over the next Iraqi prime minister, but we want to agree first on the government program. "
Al-Asadi said in a press statement after his arrival in Arbil, "This visit comes within the movement of political forces in order to prepare for the formation of alliances after the completion of counting and sorting and the ratification of the Federal Court on the results of the elections towards a government awaited by the Iraqi people."
He added "these visits and dialogues aim to formulate common visions through which we will come out with a joint work program towards forming a government."
"We are still engaged with all political forces to work in the national space and there is a great understanding of most of the political forces we talked with about Fatah vision to format the largest bloc and form government in the national space."
He pointed out that "the final alliances will be announced after the final results of the elections ratified by the Federal Court," noting that "we all want to agree on the general concerns of the Iraqi people, and we do not want to talk about what Erbil needs and forget Basra and other provinces and our talks to be on the basis of the Iraqi people's problems "He said.
He added, "We cannot accept any demand that violates the constitution. We in Fatah and the rest of the parties are engaged in an agreement to agree on the government program and then we propose the candidates for the prime minister, and our talks have not yet reached to naming the next prime minister,"
"We have not put candidates up to now, neither in Fatah nor in any other alliance, and there is more than one name for candidacy if we reach the stage of candidacy, and we did not even talk about the three presidencies."
Al-Asadi said that "any issue governed by the Constitution is the ruler of us and all other entities and alliances, whether Kurds, Shiites, Sunnis and other minorities because this will lead to more problems than solutions."
A delegation from Fatah alliance arrived to Erbil, on Friday to holding a meeting with leaders of the Kurdistan region to discuss the formation of the next Iraqi government.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency