Keywords: cabinet reshuffle will not be individual decisions of the Abadi

National Alliance MP Ali Keywords said the reshuffle would not be individual decisions of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi. "
According Keywords told all of Iraq [where] that "radical reforms launched by the Prime Minister the project will include the positions of general managers and agencies and independent bodies."
He said the "positions agencies and general managers and independent bodies will reconsider the one who will be filled," stressing "the necessity of taking into consideration the professional standards and technocrats so choosing a professional personalities to fill those positions."
On some political blocs fears of monopoly Abadi positions for the benefit of its mass, Keywords, "This speech is a lie of media and political, but untrue to her," he said noting that "a very small number of political leaders in the Abadi Party, who hold government positions."
He added, "The prime minister will depend professional standard and technocrats, as well as dialogue with the political blocs and not depending on the individual convictions," denying "lead at the selection of persons or asylum for his party in order to make the changes."
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, reiterated Monday, February 15, his determination to bring about change and ministerial "substantial destruction," warning that ignoring the political blocs and the parliament so it means entering into them struggle "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.
He is due to host the House of Representatives in its Saturday prime minister to discuss the ministerial call for change and the financial crisis.
He predicted the head of the State of Law coalition on the writer to take a cabinet reshuffle about one month and told [where] "The prime minister is one of the sets the time limit for the Ministerial change but this remains ceiling flexible," he said. "I do not think this issue will drag on to more than a month or a month and a half and we can get to a result. "
The writer "Abadi keen on the opinion of the political blocs in response to his call for the ministerial change."