Baghdad, "The new technocrat government, which is hoped to be formed soon, will not be far from the quota," said Ikhlass al-Dulaimi, a member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP).
"Each party has ambitions in a certain ministry and certainly we cannot be far from quotas, even if the government is formed by technocrats," she told NINA.
"The Democratic Party, like any other party, has masses and has 30 or 40 seats and if the government formed from independents, what will we offer to our masses if you do not have a ministry?"
"During this period the Democratic Party is not opposed and we support the designated Prime Minister and gave him the green light, provided that the government is successful," she said.
Parliamentary sources revealed that designated Prime Minister, Adel Abdul-Mahdi will present his Cabinet on Tuesday or Wednesday.
"The political blocs informed their representatives that the designated prime minister is in the process of presenting candidates for the new cabinet at next week's meetings, probably on Tuesday or Wednesday," sources told NINA.
They stressed that "Abdul Mahdi will initially start with half of the cabin, provided that the completion of the submission of candidates in the cab successively."
For his part, President of the House of Representatives Mohamed Halbousi announced the possibility that the next meeting of the Council, will be for the formation of the new cabinet cabins..
Source: National Iraqi News Agency