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Confirm the intent of the call Abadi Declaration "reform" package ministerial
BAGHDAD / Obelisk: The head of the Dawa Iraq Organization bloc MP Khaled al-Asadi, Sunday, the existence of the intentions of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi Declaration package 'reform' cabinet in the coming days, calling him to consult with the political blocs in this regard, with the exception of the Iraqi diplomacy as' non- productive '.
Asadi said in an interview televised broadcast 'Sumerian' space, and I followed 'Obelisk', that 'the Prime Minister has the intention to conduct a reshuffle, but did not disclose its specificity so far', noting that 'it is possible that al-Abadi announced in the coming days a new package of ministerial reform '.
He said al-Asadi, that 'Abadi, this package may be submitted to the political blocs', adding that 'such a thing needs to consult with and trading blocs'.
On the other hand, al-Asadi, a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, pointed out that the 'Iraqi diplomatic unproductive because it did not produce real relations between Iraq and other countries', pointing out that 'the performance of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has not lived up to the level of the collection of the results of diplomatic relations'.
He said al-Asadi 'on the government to participate significantly in the boot of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and building strategic relationships with some countries and reset some of the crises'.
The MP for the coalition of state law on the Keywords in the January 22, 2016, for the formation of al-Abadi committee to evaluate the performance of ministries and establish criteria for the election of new ministers, as he emphasized the government's determination to hold new reforms will reach the ministerial structure.
National Alliance MP Salim Shawki also announced in January 2016 17 for consultations between Abadi with leaders of political blocs to make new paper reform, and stressed that it was within the paper axes integration and the abolition of some ministries in government cabin.