Jubouri discussed with al-Sadr's reform government and the authorities to persuade people to performance

Author: AHF, MJ
Editor: AHF

02/21/2016 16:04

Long-Presse / Baghdad
Search Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, on Sunday, with the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr's political, security and economic situation in the country, and among he discussed with al-Sadr changes intended Abadi made in the next government, he stressed the need to convince the parliament and the government of the Iraqi people Bodaihma.

Jubouri said in a press conference held at the headquarters of the political body of the Sadrist movement in central Baghdad after meeting the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and attended (the long-Presse) that "we are delighted that we meet the leader of the Sadrist movement in Baghdad and had our meeting with him frank and we discussed with him the political and security situation and the future visions of Iraq in light of the challenges large faced both with regard to the security reality and the political and economic. "

He said al-Jubouri, "We also discussed the issue of forming the next government with al-Sadr and the importance of convincing the Iraqi people that the parliament and the government must submit to the concrete reality service to the citizens."

Jubouri said that "it is very important to move toward reforms, but they must be uniform and acceptable vision," noting that "if there was an effort to create a new government have been mentioned in a speech by Dr. Abadi House Fsnqubl on this aspect positively but must at the same time be there are programs and vision does not stop at switching people, but to meet the demands of the public. "

Jubouri said that "the Iraqi people were injured during this period the status of dengue nor must we feel hopeful," noting that "the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr has a vision on that side and we found it useful to listen to his opinion."

Jubouri and pointed out that "if the political blocs agreement to develop a convincing program we have no objection and we will change and find a new government cabins."

The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr's feet, in the February 19, 2016, a list of independent Iraqi figures whose mission would be to form a committee to choose a new ministerial cabin, while warning that the political blocs not to accept this proposal will be followed by "other steps".