«Prime Minister's Office» calls for the abandonment of party affiliation in cabinet r
«Prime Minister's Office» calls for the abandonment of party affiliation in cabinet reshuffle
Side of the last session of the Council of Ministers
«Rule of law» reveals the existence of differences within the National Alliance on reform mechanisms
He stressed the Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, the need to abandon the political affiliation in a cabinet reshuffle and the formation of the government, while the coalition of state law by detecting the presence of considerable disagreement within the National Alliance on the mechanism and the steps and the way by which to move reform between state law and the Liberals and the citizen.
A spokesman for the office of Prime Minister Saad al-Hadithi said that «the basic idea is to choose a government or replace or make a radical cabinet reshuffle is to Etienne technocrats, academics, professionals and experts to manage the different ministries and institutions in the country».
He newborn in an exclusive interview to the newspaper '' the morning of the new '' said «Previous standards that were relied upon in forming a government are political affiliation and support of the political blocs, and this must be abandoned at the current stage and must now work to adopt a professional controls and not political considerations thus these standards intended Abadi adopted with regard to Cabinet in the next stage and with regard to the ministries »adding that« it will abide by the outcome with the approval and support and assist the political blocs because any cabinet reshuffle by the Iraqi parliamentary system must pass through the gate of the parliament ».
He explained that «the desire of the prime minister alone to change not be adequate as long as the masses do not cooperate and support and do not support this approach and this mechanism and we are waiting for the position of these blocks if supportive of this approach are real and are willing to support it in parliament through the exemption of ministers or the appointment of new ministers surely things will go right to its road and this is what we hope. »
He added that «if the political blocs agreed in earnest and genuine and expressed its readiness for this change in Parliament and not in the media discourse can then search the rest of the details and who will be replaced and whether it will be in batches.»
For his part, MP for the coalition of state law, Jassim Mohammed Jaafar, for the most prominent points of contention within the National Alliance blocs on ministerial reform and change called for by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi mechanism.
Jafar said in his interview to the newspaper '' the morning of the new '' that «there is considerable dispute within the National Alliance on the mechanism and the steps and the way by which to move reform between state law and the Liberals and the citizen».
He added that «the rule of law supports the steps painted Abadi reform and be far away from any dictates of this or that party».
The member state law that «change has become an urgent need to meet the demands of the street and reference», indicating that «the flexibility of the political blocs will significantly speed up the display about the new ministerial cabin».
He noted that «the rule of law, the option is based on the partial gradual change through the replacement of incompetent ministers within their specialization, and if the prime minister was unsuccessful in government structure look for other options».
And that «liberal bloc address the issue about another by introducing reforms and threats of certain procedures in the event of failure to perform within the timeframes and ceilings and this we consider the imposition of the will which is unacceptable," pointing out that «the mass of citizens want to change each state starting from the Prime Minister and got this means a major change of parliament and the republic which is not possible at the present time. »
To that, the MP from the Bloc citizen internalized within the National Alliance Hassan Khalati, to make concessions, and the change does not mean that one person all the reform processes, noting that »change and reform can not be achieved without the cooperation of the views of the rest of the parties.
He Khalati newspaper '' the morning of the new '' that «the fear of rejection of some of the political parties of the Ministerial change or quotas is a step has been overcome since the paper first reform, which abolished ministries and other merged without objection from the political blocs as well as the important positions that had been canceled, which included the same names political weight and quite a few of the special grades. »
He added that «the political blocs eager to cross the current crisis to safety to be the government is able to accomplish what it.
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has renewed Monday, February 15, his determination to make a cabinet reshuffle «fundamental comprehensive», warning that »ignore the political blocs and the parliament so it means entering into them struggle also expressed his willingness to offer his resignation if the change inclusive».
And called for political blocs to the inclusion of the Prime Minister to change the government if the change on the basis of technocrats rather than political quota system.