Jubouri: Next week will see the implementation of the ministerial meetings of the mechanism of change campaign

Author: AB, MK
Editor: AB, HH

02.27.2016 13:26

Long-Presse / Baghdad
The chairman of parliament Saleem al-Jubouri, said on Saturday that next week will see a campaign of meetings between Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, political parties, including the coalition forces to implement the ministerial change mechanism, and pointed out that what is agreed upon will be submitted to parliament for a vote, as he emphasized that the parliament "does not You can give powers to any party and will not do. "

Saleem al-Jubouri said in an interview with a number of media, including (range Press), "The next week will see a campaign of meetings between political parties, including the Forces Union with the prime minister and other parties to the maturing of what has been put forward to carry out the process of the ministerial change," noting that "what is It agreed upon will be submitted to parliament for a vote. "

He stressed Jubouri, that "Parliament can not give his powers to anyone, and he did not give her former will not give her a future," pointing out that "the resignations of ministers of the Union forces at the disposal of Revelation Assembly of the Union forces."

The House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, said on Saturday (February 27, 2016), to accelerate reforms ministerial anticipated being popular demand public, confirmed that the masses proved yesterday supported the lookout for this trend, with the exception that gives parliament a "high degree" of the ability to initiate this change.

The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi warned on Saturday of "motivating the community to differences sectarian and ambitions of the self," and called for "the formation of a large block is a sectarianism beyond all differences," and as he emphasized "adherence to the political blocs respective ministers," the influential parties called for "reform itself before the reform of society. "

The political authority of the Alliance of Iraqi forces, confirmed on Friday that the head of government, Haider al-Abadi, not yet final vision on the reform of government and change serves to enable the coalition to form a clear, including position, usually that any reform should be a target to approach the subject and see the "obvious subject for discussion and development ".

The head of the government, has revealed in (the 11th of February, the current), as being still awaiting a response from the political blocs on the Ministerial amendment proposed.

The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, called in (the ninth of February, the current), to conduct a cabinet reshuffle, "a fundamental and comprehensive" out of national responsibility, while the detection of the completion of the preparation of a plan for reducing its ministries, counting that the government "succeeded in crossing the most difficult stages "during the last term.