A change of government "expected" topples new ministers and reduce the number 8/23
A change of government "expected" topples new ministers and reduce the number of ministries to 19
8/22/2015 0 Comments
Prime Minister intends, in the coming days, the launch of a new package of reforms is to reduce the government cabin, which may lead to the replacement of three ministers revolve around allegations of corruption. It is likely that the government package includes the sacking of Minister of Electricity and the integration of his ministry and the Ministry of Oil, and the integration of the ministries of agriculture and water resources. Despite the granting of the religious authority of the other light Ebadi cleared the Minister without reference to the bloc, but the reforms have not approaching some ministers and officials who demanded that the demonstrations Bacalthm. Some parties believe that the application of the reforms take a long time because of the accumulation which extends to thirteen years helped to create armies of corrupt. Says MP from the coalition of state law Messenger Radi said "there are proposals prime minister began studying include merging the ministries of electricity with oil, water resources and agriculture," pointing to "the existence of political pressure exerted on the Abadi to block the move."
Attention Radi, told the (range), that "the political blocs fear of losing their posts and ministries, prompting it to put pressure on al-Abadi non-inclusion of its ministries merger or cancellation," pointing out that "al-Abadi and his advisers seriously studying the integration of these ministries."
The attention of a member of a coalition of state law that "al-Abadi having trouble integrating ministries process is the person who will occupy the ministry, is it the Prime Minister or the second? Will be given to the character of a second," stressing that "This is another sort of second merger that would reduce ministries to Approximately 18 of the Ministry instead of 22 ministries. "
Attorney Messenger Radi reveals that "at the head of the ministers who will be replaced is the Minister of Electricity and ruled became a virtual certainty, but the remaining ministries, which intends to merge Abadi, the State Committee has not yet reached to the occasion to start by integrating mechanism".
While one MP for the coalition of state law, high Nassif that "all political blocs stand with reform package taken by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi after digging structure of the state over the past 13 years", stressing that "we have no choice but to stand with these reforms ".
She said Nassif, in a statement to (range), that "to my knowledge the first of the new reforms will come in the next few days to change the ministers who revolve around them corruption indicators with a reduced once again to the ministerial cabins to settle at 19 ministries."
And it draws the MP for the rule of law that "the coming changes will include four to three ministers will change them during the coming reforms."
The head of the Council of Ministers, was taken, in this August 9, six reform decisions, represented the abolition of the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister "immediately", a comprehensive and immediate reduction in the number of protections for officials in the state. "
In turn, sees Razak Mahabs, MP for the Badr block, that "reforms need to be a big topic for a long time to implement it within a certain methodology and stages and the foundations of logical".
And confirms Mahabs, in an interview for the (long), that "these reforms initiated Ptivha the prime minister will not be the last, but will be followed by a set of reforms that will be applied later," pointing out that "everyone with reform processes put forward by al-Abadi."
But showing a member of the Commission on oil and parliamentary power astonishment of "free papers reform, which submitted Abadi during the last period, from the sacking of the Minister of Electricity, which was a requirement turnout of protesters," calling on the prime minister to "complete the steps of reform to serve the aspirations of the Iraqi people."
And a member of the Badr bloc sees that "some ministries are merging and yacht like electricity, oil, agriculture, water resources, education, higher education," pointing saying, "There are plenty of freedom and movement of the head of the government to reduce his ministry."
Supreme religious authority has lined up with the mass movement, and called on al-Abadi to "strike hard" on the "abusers" people's money, as called for on Friday, (14th of August now), to purge the judiciary of corruption.
In the meantime, says Nora Albjara, MP from the Union of Iraqi forces, said that "the application of Aldharra reforms in separate time periods because of the existing accumulation since last 13 years", and stressed the "judiciary and other institutions reform."
And demanding Albjara, in an interview with the (range) Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, to clarify the fate of the 11 ministries were merged and the abolition of some of them and the conditions of its employees and general managers where they are going? And wondering MP said, "Is the prime minister will stick to the standard of independence distribute new positions without taking the opinion of any political bloc?", Stressing the need to "be there intervals between each reform process offered by the government."