Iraqs new prime minister, Allawi, has offered to resign for only one month

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 Iraqs new prime minister, Allawi, has offered to resign for only one month


(function(){(window.slotbydup=window.slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_5811557,async:true});})(); Overseas network, March 2, Russias satellite news agency quoted Iraqi news television on February 2 as saying that Mohammed Taufik Allawi, who was appointed Prime Minister of Iraq on February 1, had written to Iraqi President Saleh to resign because the new government team had not been approved by the parliament. Initially, the parliament proposed to hold a non routine meeting on February 24 to approve the list of members of the new cabinet, but the meeting was postponed due to fierce disputes over the candidates and opposition from several parliamentary party groups to the candidates entering the future government. The Iraqi parliament failed to vote on the new leadership of the government on March 1 due to the low turnout of its members. According to Xinhua news agency, Iraqi President Saleh appointed former Communications Minister Mohammad Taufik Allawi as Prime Minister of the new government on February 1. Alawi was born in 1954 and served as the Minister of communications of Iraq from 2006 to 2007 and 2010 to 2012. Source: editor in charge of overseas website: Li Xifu nn2587

Overseas network, March 2, Russias satellite news agency quoted Iraqi news television on February 2 as saying that Mohammed Taufik Allawi, who was appointed Prime Minister of Iraq on February 1, had written to Iraqi President Saleh to resign because the new government team had not been approved by the parliament.

Initially, the parliament proposed to hold a non routine meeting on February 24 to approve the list of members of the new cabinet, but the meeting was postponed due to fierce disputes over the candidates and opposition from several parliamentary party groups to the candidates entering the future government.

The Iraqi parliament failed to vote on the new leadership of the government on March 1 due to the low turnout of its members.

According to Xinhua news agency, Iraqi President Saleh appointed former Communications Minister Mohammad Taufik Allawi as Prime Minister of the new government on February 1. Alawi was born in 1954 and served as the Minister of communications of Iraq from 2006 to 2007 and 2010 to 2012.