Baghdad, The spokesman for the construction alliance MP Ahmed al-Asadi confirmed that "the construction alliance would not force its MPs to vote to a certain candidate for the post of President of the Republic."
"Tomorrow's session is pivotal and decisive and the alliance has excellent relations with the two Kurdish parties," he said in a televised statement.
Al-Asadi added that "the religious authority urged to form the next government with new mechanisms ," noting that "the two experience of 2010 and 2014 on the largest bloc is what the Federal Court approved," noting that "the largest bloc consists of understandings of the construction and reform and construction alliances, and if they do not agree, the federal court will decide.
He explained that "the understandings are taking place on the selection of the head of the executive authority," noting that "the next government will not succeed in its mission with a weak parliament."
On the meeting of the General Assembly of the Construction Alliance, al-Asadi stressed that "the alliance is strong and cohesive and have a clear vision and its meeting to consider the current situation in the country."
Source: National Iraqi News Agency