BAGHDAD (AFP) - Iraqi lawmakers will vote Tuesday on a list of cabinet ministers submitted by the premier, the parliament speaker said, potentially breaking a nine-month deadlock over power sharing. Parliament received the programme and the names. There will be a session after 2:00 pm (1100 GMT) tomorrow for voting on the new ministers, house speaker Osama al-Nujaifi told a news conference on Monday. Our desire is to build a strong government capable of solving the crisis of the country, and we will be proud of that, he said. I am here to thank the political parties who gave me their candidates names, Prime Minister Nuri al-Malki told reporters, adding he had given the names of the candidates for the ministries to the speaker of the parliament. The process of distributing the ministries was difficult, and forming a national unity government is a difficult job, because you have to find a place for each winner, Maliki said. \\