The report added that "the various Sunni forces met, at the invitation of Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, to coordinate their positions, as revealed close to the atmosphere of the meetings on the differences on the way to deal with the choice between the posts of President and Speaker of Parliament, "He said.
For its part, sources said that "differences between the Shiite forces are expanding as the elections approach, but meetings that took place during the past few days between a number of major Shiite leaders, reached an agreement on the formation of the (National Alliance) or choose another name for him to choose the next prime minister, and start negotiations with Sunni and Kurdish forces for this purpose,
while other blocs believe that the version of the elections in 2018 will see the formation of a larger bloc within the scope of the vast political majority, which investigates some of the competitors to the opposition .
The report pointed out that the main Kurdish parties also met earlier to coordinate their participation in the elections, especially in Kirkuk, where the President of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, which announced the boycott of the elections, to give the rest of the Kurdish parties votes of voters .
The Federal Court issued a "constitutional fatwa" sparked controversy in 2010, where she explained that "the electoral list, which gets the largest proportion of seats in parliament, will not cost the formation of the government, but the largest bloc that is formed on the basis of political consensus,
" This fatwa was the gateway to prevent The national list, led by 2010 Iyad Allawi from the formation of the government, as used in preventing the head of the list of coalition rule of law Nuri al-Maliki to form a government in 2014 .
Observers believe that this text gives the political forces a justification to pre-empt the elections and their results to achieve early consensus may help to reduce the expected duration of the formation of the new government. But others believe that other variables will be imposed by the post-election phase .