Parliamentary Advocacy harmony Sadr's Reform Project.

Political Since 02/22/2016 14:21 pm (Baghdad time)

BAGHDAD - balances News
Nagmt call parliamentary bloc, on Monday, the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to form a committee to choose a cabinet of technocrats headed by current Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.

The leader of the Sadrist movement, two days ago, has formed a committee told them that they are independent of the implementation of his reform agenda.

The MP said Sheikh Ahmed Taha told a news conference at the House of Representatives with a number of members of the Dawa Party and attended / balances News /, "The Bloc supports the call for change is carried out by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi."

He said Taha that "mass and put controls needed to choose a new cabinet reshuffle," adding that "the selection that we aspire it to be efficient and professional (technocrats) working out of human conscience and the professional away from all quotas partisan, sectarian and nationalist alike."

He said Taha that "we hope that our proposal finds this way towards the light and real application and that all political blocs to cooperate in order to overcome the difficulties and problems that may be facing the application of this proposal," noting that "the proposal will open the door for those who wish to participate in the government of the people as a minister in his jurisdiction according to the accompanying controls. "

For his part, MP spoke about the unique Brahimi mass "of the proposed mechanism, which include the provision of biography of each candidate with an explanation of the ministry to develop the program, taking into account the commitment to the timetable set."

He continued, "as well as the proposal includes the formation of a committee of experts and specialists from university professors to study the candidates applying files, and choose the most appropriate of them to fill the position, and also provide more than one candidate for each ministry and be brought before a Mljs of Representatives to choose from deems appropriate to be voting on each minister separately."

The prime minister has asked the House of Representatives that gives him a mandate to form a government of technocrats ".anthy / 29 / P 40