Ahrar MP: Tuesday CoM's meeting to witness discussing candidates for security ministries
Sunday, 14 September 2014 13:59
Baghdad (AIN) –MP, Yasir Mohammed, of al-Ahrar bloc assured that the Council of Ministers will discuss, on its meeting on Tuesday, the candidates for the security ministries.
Speaking to All Iraq News Agency (AIN), Mohammed said "The formation of the current government was in a hurry where some of the ministers are unqualified," noting that "The CoM on Tuesday will discuss the candidates of the security ministries."
completion of the naming security minister in a parliamentary session tomorrow
Rapporteur of the parliament: Abadi did not tell the parliament until now attending tomorrow session, accompanied by the candidates for the security ministries
BAGHDAD / NINA / The rapporteur of the House of Representatives , Niazi Memar Oglu said Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has not told the Parliament until now about his presence to the parliament tomorrow, accompanied by the candidates for the security ministries in order to vote on them. "
He told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that "the Presidency of the Council of Representatives will meet today to agree on the agenda of the meeting of the Council of Representatives for tomorrow, which may be changed in accordance with the developments, pointing out that there are files will go to the meeting for the purpose to agree upon, in order to put it in agenda, namely the budget of 2014 and reading the draft, in case it reaches the House of Representatives, and vote on the heads of the committees in the House of Representatives, and vote on security ministers and vote on them in case the names come to the parliament "
He explained, "the House is waiting impatiently for the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to present the names of the security ministers to the Council, the names of ministers as well ass and the minister of Displacement and Migration and water resources in order to vote on them as soon as possible."
He pointed out that "the political blocs will send today to the House of Representatives the names of the new MPs instead of those became ministries in the new government."
A parliamentary source confirms the completion of the naming security minister in a parliamentary session tomorrow
BAGHDAD / NINA / A parliamentary source said that "the House of Representatives will vote on Tuesday's session on the candidates for the ministries of interior and defense."
The source told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / "It is certain that tomorrow's parliamentary session will see naming interior and defense ministers," noting that "it is better not to name the candidates before the meeting in the interest of Iraq and its people."
He added "the parliament will vote on the names acceptable to all parties, and it is characterized by strong and moderate personalities, and addressing the name may be surprise and be voted upon."
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi promised Parliament in session to vote on the new government on last Monday that he will present candidates for the ministries of interior and defense in no later than one week.
A political source close to the prime minister said that "al-Abadi got on last Wednesday name candidates of defense and interior ministries after the agreement of the political blocs on them."
The source said the Iraqi forces coalition gave Jaber al-Jabri as candidate for the Ministry of Defense, while the National Alliance presented Qasim al-Araji, from the Badr Organization, as candidate for the interior minister ".
Inch: 6 names of candidates for the posts of defense and interior
Sun Sep 14 2014 23:07 | (Voice of Iraq)
Baghdad / Baghdadi News
A member of the National Alliance on an inch, on Sunday, announced the launch of six names on the table Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to choose two of them to fill the defense and interior portfolios, including Rubaie and Hadi al-Ameri to Neil inner bag.
He said in a statement to an inch (Baghdadi News) that "negotiations are still going on between the National Alliance with the national forces to agree on the names of candidates to take over the ministerial portfolios," pointing out that "the number of the names of candidates to take over security bags arrived at 6."
He added that "coalition forces nominated each of Khaled al-Obeidi and Jaber al-Jabri and alternative name Akhhr to take over the defense portfolio," referring to the need for "nominate alliance forces capable of leading names of the security system, is linked aggregates armed."
He continued that "the candidates of the National Alliance for the inner bag are Rubaie and Hadi al-Ameri, as well as another name," explaining that "Ameri faces a lot of opposition from some of the external and internal."
And spent by saying that "al-Rubaie of the characters that everyone enjoys the admissibility and a strong candidate for the Ministry of the Interior."
The Iraqi Council of Representatives had voted Monday (09/08/2014) to give confidence to the government of Prime Minister-designate Haider al-Abadi, which lacks a number of ministries, notably security, where the latter pledged to submit their candidates within a period not exceeding a week.
Citizen: Badr without points and Chalabi and David are two candidates for the National Coalition
Sun Sep 14 2014 19:41 | (Voice of Iraq)
long-Presse / Baghdad
Revealed a mass citizen parliamentary, on Sunday, about the possibility of "resolving" the National Alliance candidates for the security ministries and submitted to the House of Representatives for a vote, during the next few hours, stressing that the fortunes of the President of the Badr Organization, Hadi al-Ameri, to take over the Interior Ministry, has become a "non-existent" after having exhausted mass points of the whole obtaining bags telecommunications, municipalities and human rights, and when he called the Kurdistan Alliance to accelerate the resolution of that file to direct an important message to the international community and inside the local, in conjunction with the Paris conference to support Iraq, most likely a coalition of state law took Rubaie and the Ministry of the Interior.
A spokesman for the bloc citizen parliamentary, eloquent Abu Galal, said in an interview to the newspaper (range), "The Ministry of Defense is not the problem or differences hinder choose a candidate," noting that "the problem lies in the candidate for the Ministry of Interior within the National Alliance."
He said Abu Galal, that "the problem of the Ministry of Interior is limited to whether the share block Bader or not, on the grounds that they got three ministries, namely communications, human rights and the municipalities," noting that "mass Badr exhausted so points of all because it has 22 seats in parliament , as well as objections from some quarters to take on President Hadi al-Amiri, the Ministry of the Interior. "
The leader of the Islamic Supreme Council, headed by Ammar al-Hakim, that "the National Alliance will hold a crucial meeting, on Sunday evening, to name the ministers of security and an end to this file completely," stressing that "the provision of security ministers to parliament will be under for the week set by the prime minister, Haider Abadi when submitting the cabinet reshuffle to a vote of confidence. "
And saw Abu Galal, the need to "resolve the file security ministries in conjunction with the International Conference, which will take place tomorrow, Monday, in the French capital, Paris, to support Iraq in its war against Daash, to mobilize greater international support."
And on the political blocs competing within the National Alliance on inner bag, between the leader of the coalition of the wise, that "the most prominent is the mass of Badr, which compete with independent candidates have been cast them recently, such as Ahmed Chalabi and Qassem Daoud," likely "settle the matter during the next few hours in the evening Sunday. "
He said Abu Galal, that "at the National Coalition, within the National Alliance, points of what he can nominate a person for the inner bag," pointing out that "the blocks of the National Alliance are all insisting on consensus in resolving the candidate of the Ministry of the Interior."
The spokesman went on citizen's parliamentary bloc, that "newly being within the National Alliance on the possibility of a waiver Badr block for the Ministry of Interior and other compensation," returned to "Hadi al-Ameri-known figure and efficiently objection but not on his person, but respect electoral benefits."
Abu tirelessly continued that "the most prominent names that have been put forward by the independent to take over the Ministry of the Interior, Qasim Dawood, Ahmad Chalabi," denying that "the name of the former interior minister, Jawad al-Bolani, among the candidates traders within the National Alliance."
It is noteworthy that the French capital Paris, will host tomorrow, Monday, (the 15th of September 2014 Current), an international conference a special Iraq to counter the threat of so-called organized by the Islamic State (Daash), and discuss the role that can be played by each participating country militarily and politically, and the conference will be held under the slogan ( peace and security in Iraq, "and hopefully post some 30 countries in it.
For his part, called on the Kurdistan Alliance, the National Alliance, to expedite the nomination of ministers of security in conjunction with the Paris Conference.
The MP said the former Commission on Security and Defense, Shwan Mohammed Taha, said in an interview to the newspaper (range), said that "Iraq has suffered a lot over the years, the former because of not naming the ministers of security, making the impact on the ground," noting that the "head of the new government, Haider al-Abadi, heal internal house by naming ministers of security, in order to direct an important message to the international community and the Iraqi interior. "
To that between the Deputy for a coalition of state law, Maliki headed gull, that the negotiations "are still ongoing on the candidates of the security ministries, has not been resolved yet."
The MP said Ibtisam al-Hilali, in an interview to the newspaper (range), "The State of Law coalition put forward two names to the National Alliance to choose one of them for the position of the inner bag, two position-Rubaie and Hadi al-Ameri," adding that "the prime minister, Haydar al-Abadi, will provide one of these names to Parliament in session next Tuesday. "
Hilali and felt that "Rubaie is the front-runner to take over the Ministry of the Interior," asserting that "the Islamic Supreme Council, was demanding internal portfolio since the beginning of negotiations to form a new government."
The Iraqi Council of Representatives, he was awarded Monday night, (the eighth of September 2014 Current), the confidence of the Government of Haider al-Abadi, and his Ministerial, which was accompanied by a political agreement, in the session "hot" lasted about two hours, where the 24 ministers section, while the remaining Ministries of Interior The defense and the other bags, managed by proxy, after pledging Abadi deducted during the week.
MP rules out vote on Ministers of Defense and Interior in tomorrow's session
BAGHDAD / NINA / MP, of the Reform bloc, Sadiq al-Mahanna ruled out voting on the candidates for the Defense and Interior ministries on tomorrow's session because of the failure to reach an agreement so far on the candidates.
He said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /: "It is likely to vote on the candidates for the two ministries in next session on Thursday, if concerned political blocs reached agreement on them."
He added: "" The session of tomorrow will witness oath for a number of ministers who did not did it before in the previous session, including the minister of trade and other ministers. "
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi promised Parliament in session devoted to vote on the new government on last Monday that he will present candidates for the ministries of interior and defense in no later than one week.
Maliki mixed securities before the end of the deadline Abadi with the selection and defense and interior ministers
Mon Sep 15 2014 09:02 | (Voice of Iraq)
for the first time after he became vice president acknowledged the role of the presidency in the executive branch
Baghdad: Hamza Mustafa
Mixing Iraqi Vice President of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki leaves in front of his successor, Haider Abadi when he announced his refusal names put forward to fill the posts of defense and interior, as well as the refusal explicitly to form a «national guard» in each province and an implicit rejection of the decision to stop the bombing of cities populated including those controlled by the organization «Daash».
Maliki, in his first press conference after he quit as prime minister (he held for two from 2006 to 2014) to be held in the city of Karbala yesterday, said: «delay in the selection of ministers of security came because of our refusal to be a minister belonging to a political bloc, because this issue where the damage on the political process », adding that« We do not want the minister of security and we want a sectarian believer in the unity of Iraq, but until now the names put forward does not suffice, but it is possible to choose the best deal with the principle of national unity ». And with the exception of al-Maliki that «the presidency of the republic to operate its mandate constitutional and not overtaking them in order not to collide with the Federal Court and the executive branch», and that despite being a «second pillar in power» should not be a substitute for prime minister. It is noteworthy that this is the first time that al-Maliki recognizes the role of the presidency in the executive branch, where he was preparing himself Chief Executive Officer in the state.
On the formation of military forces of new provinces, Maliki announced his refusal «to create an army in every province, as it marks the beginning of the division of Iraq», calling that «the military formations of the new-style forces popular mobilization which are connected to the central government and have their work nationally and do not respect certain province» .
And on the decision-Abbadi to stop shelling the cities, Maliki said «We previously warned of the bombing of populated cities, and faced with the time that the bombing sites terrorists who are holed up among the citizens with weapons of smart concentrated», pointing out that «some cities abandoned by its inhabitants and became fully cities and camps (l Daash) ».
The statements made by al-Maliki, a day before the end of the deadline, which pledged under Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi choosing ministers of defense and interior during a session of parliament tomorrow while still disputes ongoing between the political blocs on the selection of the ministers of defense (the share component of the Sunni) and internal (share component Shiite) which is contrary to the point of Maliki, who supported the view of the mass (a coalition of state law) to nominate the leader of the Badr Organization, Hadi al-Amiri for the post of interior minister continues with the American veto against him.
In this context, it was revealed politician familiar with the atmosphere of the negotiations within the Shiite House told «Middle East», asking not to be identified, that «there is disquiet and clear from many of the Shiite leaders to the insistence of the Badr organization that receives the inner bag leader, Hadi al-Ameri, regardless of the fact that a man or a professionally efficient and because of the insistence of the Americans to keep the militia or a leadership for such positions », indicating that« the Americans began acting in their war against terrorism more than the most important gate trapping militias and not to give them any chance ». He pointed out that «Bader can choose an independent person for the job if she wanted to skip the American veto».
While stressing alliance Iraqi forces (the largest Sunni bloc) that will resolve the candidate for the position of the Ministry of Defence before the end of the prescribed time limit, the mass of Badr threatened to withdraw if you do not assign the post of Minister of the Interior for its leader to Ameri. A member of parliament on the mass of Badr, the gift of hope, in a statement yesterday that «there are some blocks inside and outside of the National Alliance is trying to keep the Secretary General of the Badr Organization, Hadi al-Amiri received from the Ministry of Interior». Attiya confirmed that «some states that the United States and Britain refuse to recognize Ameri Ministry of the Interior, and this means that the Iraqi government will be managed from abroad if this is true it».
In turn, explained Mohammed al-Khalidi, a leader of the Bloc alliance Iraqi forces, told the «Middle East» that «differences within the alliance Iraqi forces are nothing more than differences in viewpoints do not reach to the level of the intersection that would impede the selection of a candidate for the post of defense minister» . He Khalidi «Our names are Khalid al-Obeidi (former military) and Jaber Al-Jabri (doctor), both Ihzian respect and appreciation, but there are those who pay within the coalition this or that candidate is that this is not an obstacle and we will give the devotional name agreed upon before Tuesday's session».
Nearly every day last week saw a major debate in the Commons on the emergency in Iraq and Syria, plus a packed meeting in Parliament attended by many Kurds from north, south, east and west with a distinguished range of speakers including former British Defence Secretary Liam Fox, and distinguished writer Patrick Cockburn. There was also a rally in central London organised by the Kurdish political parties in Britain. Discussion decamps to party conferences with KRG events over the next few weeks.
This engagement is bound to increase and intensify following the despicable murder by the "Islamic State" of British aid worker David Haines. The Kurdish-British MP Nadhim Zahawi rightly asks that no one posts the horrific film of the beheading. A coalition of Muslim clerics has asked the media, civic society and governments to refuse to "legitimise ludicrous caliphate fantasies" by using the self-description of the Islamic State, suggesting that "UnIslamic State (UIS)" would be better.
A growing theme is how to treat the KRG and Kurdish aspirations for real federalism, independence or confederation. There is great sensitivity about this given the need for an inclusive government in Baghdad that reaches out to the Kurds and the Sunnis and thereby increases its credibility as a military and political partner. On the other hand, the role of the Peshmerga is valued highly as what the Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond told the Foreign Affairs Committee (FAC) is a "well motivated and reasonably led [force] but severely lacking in weapons and equipment." Prime Minister David Cameron also pledged that British soldiers could train one of its battalions.
Having first dispatched arms from other countries to the Peshmerga, the UK last week sent a gift of arms to the Kurds. As with all other aid and arms shipments, this had to first be flown to Baghdad to satisfy Baghdad's insistence on demonstrating its sovereignty. Questions are being raised about the efficiency of this and one MP, Mary Glindon, has suggested that such shipments go directly to Kurdistan's two international airports where they can be inspected by officials from Baghdad.
The Foreign Secretary clearly outlined the correct constitutional position that the Government of Baghdad is "the legally responsible entity" and that supplies of weapons and equipment as well as any future direct military activity would have to be "at the request of the Government of Iraq and with [its] full agreement."
The Prime Minister told Robert Halfon MP, who had praised Kurdistan as "the only beacon of democracy and the rule of law and the only place of religious tolerance in Iraq," that he very much admired "what Kurdistan has done to protect minorities and foster democracy" but added that Britain should support Kurdistan as part of our effort to build a pluralistic and democratic Iraq: "I think it is absolutely vital that we see it as part of that country."
None of that should be surprising or disappointing. Yet no one enthusiastically supports this formal position with several senior voices gently adding scepticism about the ability of the new government in Baghdad to fashion a deal that satisfies the Kurds, who have a decade of Baghdad's broken promises in mind and who have given Haider Abadi three months to prove them wrong.
The new Chairman of the Defence Select Committee, Rory Stewart, who recently visited Kurdistan with Zahawi, asked bluntly: "what possible reason do we have at the moment to believe that [the Baghdad] Government are inclusive" to which the ministerial answer was a diplomatic expression of hope. The Conservative MP Steve Barclay noted the contrast between a bipartisan offer of devo-max to Scotland and the insistence on a unified Iraq despite the Kurdish state having its own Prime Minister, President and armed forces. The FAC Chair, Sir Richard Ottaway, talked about the eventual formation of Kurdistan, Sunnistan and Shi'astan. Stewart also urged a bigger diplomatic footprint in Kurdistan.
Zahawi urged Abadi to embrace "greater local autonomy and a fair political settlement" including "revenue sharing, a hydrocarbon law and a referendum on the disputed territories including, of course, Kirkuk" and said that "without such a settlement, however, a unified Iraq will be an impossibility."
Another FAC member, Mike Gapes, raised the possibility of "a comprehensive international conference in the region at some point to redraw the boundaries." Gapes also tabled a Commons motion last week highlighting the key humanitarian and security needs of the Kurds, slamming Baghdad's budget blockade and urging Baghdad "to swiftly agree a lasting settlement on these issues and also allow the KRG control over its airspace as part of a new confederal arrangement within the current borders of Iraq."
Abiding by international norms is what most governments do unless and until those norms can be amended and Abadi should understand that without a truly fresh start, pro-Kurdish voices will become louder.
Gary Kent is the director of All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG). He writes this column for Rudaw in a personal capacity.
MP calls Abadi calls not to respond to external pressures to name security ministers
MP calls Abadi calls not to respond to external pressures to name security ministers
BAGHDAD / NINA / MP, of the State of Law Coalition, from the State of Law coalition, Sadiq al-Labban called Prime Minister, Haider Abadi not to respond to external pressures for naming security minister.
He said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / "The decision of appointing the ministers of defense and interior should be a purely Iraqi agreed upon by all the political blocs, urging not to obey foreign interventions, which may cause problems between the political blocs."
He explained that "Abadi is able to choose competent ministers in coordination with the political blocs, calling on all States not to interfere in the internal affairs of the country, pointing out that" the intervention of some countries in the decision of assigning the security ministers would have a negative effect by the Iraqi people toward the government.
The Kurdish independent former MP, Mahmoud Othman said yesterday: "The American influence on the prime minister Haidar al-Abbadi will be present in the naming of the ministers of defense and interior."
Othman added that "the United States formed an international alliance against the terrorists of the Islamic State to eliminate it and informed Iraqi authorities that Iraq is an important part in the process of responding to this organization, therefore it wants to be the security minister close to its orientations, so to coordinate with them in the war against (IS)" .
He Ayad Allawi, Iraqi Vice President on Sunday expressed support for Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, a move seen as a step towards reconciliation in the political system is in dire need of reconstruction, even allowing for the Baghdad government to organize the fight against the Islamic state.
Allawi, a Shiite and remained an outspoken critic of the years since former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, accusing him of being acting like Saddam Hussein in his quest to silence his opponents.
The support of Allawi that adds a political asset to Ebadi, who belongs to the Dawa party, such as al-Maliki, but he is more inclined to form a government that is not finding anyone.
Allawi said in an interview with Reuters at his home in Baghdad, "I have a firm belief in the fact that the Abadi aware of the problems which goodwill. Hope to help him."
Allawi -oho former prime minister Balarac- of the main characters, which seeks to connect with angry Sunnis in Iraq who hopes Abadi to be able to return them to row the government to fight the Islamic state.
And the organization of the Islamic state, seized large swathes of territory in northern and western Iraq this year. The cast of the Islamic state regulation acceptable to some members of the Sunni minority, who accuse the government of Baghdad's Shiite-led marginalizing their community.
The asylum-Maliki to use force against the protesters had the depth of hatred of the year for the government and led to the formalization of struggle on this community and the dawn of an armed rebellion which has allowed for the organization of the Islamic state to exploit their suffering.
So far sided with many Sunni tribal fighters and members of the armed factions as well as the Islamic State Convinced that the government is worse of two evils.
And demonstrated the extent of the influence of Allawi on year in the 2010 elections which were won by the coalition, who included prominent politicians from the Sunnah in all provinces of the country which is locked in battles where the Islamic state now.
Abadi and promised amnesty and issuing orders to stop the bombing of cities, a move Allawi said that she persuaded him how packages Abadi.
Allawi said, "I told Ebadi we will stand in his class all the time if walked on the proper approach to recovery."
"What we need is to find a new political geography do not differentiate between the people. We do not deprive people of their legitimate rights on the basis of creed, religion or belief."
The United States hopes also to persuade the Sunni militants and tribal forces in the areas dominated by the Islamic state with the support of the United States Air tasks in their battle to undermine the organization.
Yet the reluctance of President Barack Obama from participating ground forces in the wake of the end of the American occupation of Iraq, but I hope it will form a partnership in a match that concluded with Sunni tribes between 2007 and 2009 in the form of the Iraqi Awakening Councils that fought al-Qaida in western and central Iraq.
Although he did not confirm Allawi is in talks with Washington, but he added that he had spoken to many leaders in the Sunni areas.
"I have many good relationships with many of these groups in the provinces which were exposed to shelling and siege of the previous government."
He added: "I have already conducted a dialogue with each connected to a dialogue. Sent a group of them wrote to the Prime Minister explain that they will be an integral part of the political process."
He said that the government must now work to devolve power to the provinces and Sunni opposition that led peaceful protests in 2013, which caused the crack down on private security forces, al-Maliki.
Allawi said "we have had to integrate some of the people who were seeking a peaceful and constitutional to display their positions in previous demonstrations."
He continued, "I think he should make every effort in order to open up for them and meet them some of their demands. Demands are simple. Frankly, a very fair demands. Main issue is that these people must be treated on an equal footing with other citizens."
(Mohammed Hmaimi preparation for the liberalization of Arab-Bulletin Saifuddin Hamdan)
Iraqi forces are preparing to liberate 12 villages of Daash
Iraqi forces are preparing to liberate 12 villages of Daash
Sun Sep 14 2014 18:05 | (Voice of Iraq)
announced waterfall Abdool Mayor of Tuz's Salahuddin province in northern Iraq on Sunday, the readiness of the security forces of the process of large-scale military to liberate 12 villages controlled by elements of the Islamic state between my part Amerli and Suleiman Beck.
Abdool said that "the army and the police, in cooperation with the Anti-terrorism and supporting the fighters and crowd the popular attribution of Iraqi aircraft preparing to liberate 12 villages under the control of the elements of the organization of the Islamic state between my part Amerli and Suleiman Beck in Salah al-Din."
Abdool added, that "the two villages on the outskirts of incidents and hand Sulaiman Bek is still under the control of elements of the organization."
He explained that "many of the displaced families and the displaced in terms of Sulaiman Bek, no longer to the center; fear of re-organization of the elements of the Islamic State control over the side."
He Abdool, that "10 other villages are located on the outskirts of Amerli hand is still also under the control of the elements of organizing the Islamic state."
He pointed to "the existence of a security effort and continuous work to move quickly edit and villages that are subject to regulation and control of the open road between my part Amerli and Suleiman Beck."
And managed the Iraqi army and the crowds popular support to them from editing center hand Sulaiman Bek lifting the siege imposed on the hand Amerli which was controlled by the elements of organizing an Islamic state, as it continues to Iraqi security forces, its military operation in the edit different parts of Salah al-Din from the control of the militants in order to restore families displaced and destroyed it.
Arbil / NINA / A Kurdish source said the head of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Nechirvan Barzani will visit Baghdad mid-week to meet with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
The source said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /: "Barzani will discuss with Abadi outstanding issues between Baghdad and Erbil."
He added, "The visit was scheduled to take place during past few days, but was delayed because of the French president's visit to Iraq."
He continued, "The two sides will discuss the general budget and the share of the Kurdistan region, along with the salaries of the staff of the province, the application of Article 140 of the Constitution, the arming of the Peshmerga forces and the payment paid as part of the Iraqi defense system"
MPs support the economic program Abadi, despite "obstacles" and an economist describe
MPs support the economic program Abadi, despite "obstacles" and an economist described as "good"
Sun Sep 14 2014 18:04 | (Voice of Iraq)
long-Presse / Baghdad
Confirmed the outskirts of parliamentary, on Sunday, the need Appl Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in the economic side, because it supports the head to a free economy and aspects of agricultural, commercial and industrial, "As shown that there are obstacles stand in front of the application of the government program in this regard, including the need to finance large fiscal and structuring economic laws, an economist described the economic program as "a good and different from the programs of previous governments."
The MP said the mass change Secretary Baker said in an interview to the (long-Presse), "We hope to implement a paper-Abadi, including the economic side, it is important for the country, and to be their field of application, they indicate the trend towards free economy, and the attention to the agricultural, commercial, industrial, and we We know that so many obstacles in front of the program. "
He said Bakr that "the first obstacle facing the program Abadi economic is funded," noting that "so the program needs to finance a large fiscal by the state, he needs to form a fund for the agricultural sector, in addition to the development of laws related to agriculture, oil, and a free economy."
He said Baker, "We need to restructure the economic laws in Iraq, and this takes time, and the operating budget greatly affect the Iraqi economy, because most of the budget goes to salaries, and thus does not remain only a small percentage of imports in order to spend on investment projects."
On the other hand, said MP for the National Union of Forces Hamid al-Mutlaq, said that "the economic program put forward by Abadi, may be enough at a certain stage may not be enough at a later stage, but it is important to be working on this program to complete aspects of his success."
He added in an interview with al-Mutlaq (range Press), "The implementation of this program and Nhajh should be walking with other things, including the peaceful social side that is to make it work according to the steps, the first of cooperation between the political forces and the community."
He said al-Mutlaq, "our optimism in the possibility of its application in the event accompanied by important steps, and we can take a step forward if there is an honest and good intentions, even if they are not required, but a start in the right way."
On the other hand, said economic expert on behalf Antoine, said that "this government is better than previous governments which had its lack of economic vision and aspirations of the Iraqi economy, therefore, remained the economy chugging along at random, it is not economical socialist or free market economy, but now the program put forward by Abadi good ".
He Antoine in an interview with (long-Presse), "I've had points of the program is to focus on the security side, and this is linked to a large extent the economic side, then moved to the axes of the four other economic very important, which is provided in place of services, and this Baltakidhm Iraqi citizen first."
He continued Antoine, said that "the citizen has big ambitions in the field of services, and has been waiting for years to be realized ambitions, in addition to the possibility of providing work has also refers to the Article 30 of the Constitution of job creation and other, as the failure to give a special role for the private sector previously, form a major imbalance in the economic side. "
The Antoine, "means the issue of the private sector is good and not the parasite, such as mafias exotic that have dominated the state's institutions, and the attention to the agricultural sector and tourism, which is negligible, all this relieves the burden on the state in a lot of projects that absorb a lot of the workforce."
And between Antoine, "It would also require the adoption of the Law of retirement, Social Security and the glory of all Iraqis, including the private sector, so the diversification of income sources is the great challenge which affects the citizen to provide employment opportunities, which will face the program Abadi huge quoted five-year plan, wondering Is there the possibility of the state apparatus is corrupt and efficient implementation of this program is huge. "
The House voted, in 09/08/2014, the majority on the government program for the government of Prime Minister-designate Haider al-Abadi, who has focused most of its paragraphs in the development of the economic side of the country, and to improve services and open the way for the work of the private sector.
He was senior vice president of the National Alliance stressed in, 09/09/2014, that the new prime minister, Haydar al-Abadi, would reconsider the decisions and appointments made by his predecessor, Nuri al-Maliki, in another of his term, noting that this includes the provision of figures that are set in the late days the previous government to parliament for a vote of confidence, and subdue important decisions to debate.
And the granting of Iraqi Council of Representatives, on Monday, (September 8, 2014), the new government in Iraq, headed by Haidar al-Abbadi Under conflict-led government backed by American air cover in fighting al (Daash), in the northern and western regions of Iraq.