Kurdish lawmaker: Some Abadi decisions unilaterally generally does not include any change we have seen and we will stand [audio]
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Kurdish lawmaker: Some Abadi decisions unilaterally generally does not include any change we have seen and we will stand [audio]
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Vice confirmed for the Kurdish coalition and the coalition parking generally any change did not have an opinion as to the Kurds pointed out that some of the decisions taken by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, which was unilaterally.
And the deputy Rinas Gano told all of Iraq [where] that "the main point, which reduces the political process in Iraq in general is trust between the various factions in the political arena and it seems that he was testing times regrettably we have," adding that "the Kurds to Aigvon at the point of the changes that It is in the interest of the country and his service. "
He said Jano "If there really anti the subject of quotas, we are the first to Snaade but at the same time we must not forget that there are some components that must have a balance in this government so that the government of national partnership feel all the ingredients of being part of this government, adding "there were some unilateral decisions made by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, but we regrettably have not touched any change in the government and now we are going to hold new changes and certainly these changes will be under the control tougher than it was before."
He continued that "there should be consultations among all parties and to stay away from auctions of blocks on the other blocs nobody is more patriotic for the other."
Wayne Gano "We will stand any particular change did not have a view and we consider ourselves an important component of the block in the political arena, but there must be respect for the opinions of these blocks."
Parliament is due to its hosts in Saturday February 20 Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to discuss the cabinet reshuffle and to discuss the economic situation.
The Abadi has been renewed on Monday February 15, his insistence on the events of cabinet reshuffle "substantial destruction," warning that ignoring the political blocs and the parliament so it means "to enter into conflict with them."
Abadi also expressed his willingness to offer his resignation if the change was comprehensive.
And called for political blocs to the inclusion Abadi government change if the change on the basis of technocrats rather than political quota system.
As explained a spokesman for the office of Prime Minister Saad al-Hadithi's [where] that "the search for changing the ministerial cab from the powers of the prime minister with the consent and support of the House of Representatives The search for the replacement of the prime minister is the prerogative of Parliament, not the prime minister himself."
Sabri said, "He also stressed without secure the consent of the political blocs and support new mechanism of change that the prime minister intends to do, the process of declaration of the names of the new candidates have no value."