Abadi embarrass his allies .. blocs and adheres to consensus as a condition to pass a technocrat government

2016-02-17 23:14:16 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad

Political blocs are still awaiting the crystallization of the features of "substantial amendment" that the Prime Minister intends to enter on his cabinet, which was unveiled last week.

It expects state law that is providing new selection next week, but other blocks violate them opinion, denying the existence of official paper explains the intentions of al-Abadi.

Despite the recognition of the difficulty of forming a majority government, calls on citizens to block a compromise formula to the Government of technocrats. And renewed its commitment to the wise bloc to dissolve the government and the formation of another new standards.

And not far from al-Hakim, a block position, demanding that the Kurdish side Abadi choose from a list provided by the political blocs.

Wondering Forces Union mechanism for choosing technocrats, and standards adopted by the Ministerial Committee.

According to the MP for the coalition of state law Ibtisam al-Hilali, told the (range), that "the fundamental reforms that will be presented by the Prime Minister has become a matter of urgency with the consequences and the circumstances through which Iraq", saying the country needed a strong government to deal with these circumstances.

Hilali and confirm that the "names of the ministers will be ready this week is expected to be submitted early next week," predicting that "include changing ministers of six ministries and convert some of them to independent bodies as well as change other administrative positions in the Iraqi state."

The bloc of Prime Minister predicted, last week, that includes the reshuffle of 90% of the current line-up, but stressed that the political blocs awaiting the arrival of a formal request for consideration extensively.

He suggested that the coalition of the wise provide government with its president resigned, and nominate another person to choose his new cabinet cross compatibility between the components of the Iraqi people.

It confirms senior leader of the Islamic Supreme Council, "the continuation of negotiations between the political blocs to persuade them to project the formation of a new government."

But al-Hakim, leader of the party, who spoke for (range) on condition of anonymity, acknowledged the difficulty of resorting to the option of a majority government, which recently put forward by the block, and stressed that "put Abadi embarrassed all the political blocs, which is now supported by now."

He said a member of the Supreme Council to "the existence of the option trader that there will be a government of technocrats to be selected by the political blocs in order to facilitate the passing of the new government in the House of Representatives."

In the same context, it stresses Khalati MP Hassan, a member of Bloc citizens, that "the process of change should not be for change, but must be preceded by a reform step."

He denies Khalati, told the (range), "provide any official paper about the change of Ministers or the adoption of new ministers," stressing "the need to be a comprehensive process of change for all parties, including the Prime Minister."

He called on the Prime Minister, last week, the House of Representatives to cooperate with him to make a "substantial cabinet reshuffle" in his government in order to join a professional personalities and technocrats and academics. He called on all political blocs to cooperate with him.

For his part, confirms Arafat's deputy Karam, a member of the Kurdistan Democratic Bloc, that "everyone with ministerial reforms in line with the interests of the Iraqi people."

Karam, in a statement to (range), stressed that "al-Abadi has the right to choose the people through the menus offered by the political blocs."

He said Kurdish lawmaker said, "it is necessary to take into account the balance between all the components of Iraqi society in the government of technocrats to be formed by al-Abadi," pointing out that "all political parties agree on the change because we are faced with difficult circumstances is to terrorism and financial matters."

In the meantime, labor union says, the most prominent Sunni blocs, he "has reservations on the mechanism of change, and not to conduct cabinet reshuffle, when he threw a ball in the court Abadi blocs."

Shows the triumph of the MP-Jubouri, told the (range), that "the House of Representatives to cooperate with al-Abadi in the selection of his new government, through the adoption of technocrats personalities to cope with all the selections that Iraq is going through."

And he asks a member of the Union of Forces for "ministerial committee which will choose the new government cabin and standards-based for it?". And he predicted that "faced with these reforms difficult to implement because they will be subject to political blocks, which requires a long period of consensus."

A coalition forces, on Wednesday, his support for an invitation, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi for a cabinet reshuffle, and the condition of dialogue with all political forces before making repairs.

He said coalition forces said in a statement, received a (long-Presse) a copy of it, "We are with the reform and any change would ensure strict implementation of the terms of a close political agreement under which Abadi became head of the government,"

The statement stressed the need to "be a cabinet reshuffle intended result of the Prime Minister dialogue serious and constructive with blocs and political forces to reach a unified position to choose the appropriate mechanism for the formation of a ministerial cabins able to shoulder the burdens of the current stage, and thereby to save the country from threats internally and externally. "

The statement continued that "the monopoly in making a decision to change the ministerial cabin and lack of commitment to political consensus will make it public scene is complicated, things and restore in to square one and that's what a shrug Iraq afford in light of a very serious internal, regional and international circumstances."