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    Abadi looking to form a parliamentary bloc to pass reforms and overcome the "Alliance

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    01-03-2016 11:55 PM

    Intensify Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, consultations aimed at forming a parliamentary bloc supported in the conduct of the reshuffle, which was advocated by weeks without being able to achieve as a result of the deepening differences within the 'National Alliance' ruler of the country.

    The attention of a senior commander source in the Supreme Islamic Council, which falls in the 'National Alliance', that Abadi began moves and wide within the Sunni and Kurdish political blocs and blocks minority parliament such as Christianity and civil power to form a block or parliamentary bloc supporter of him to get comfortable ratio in parliament gives him legitimacy Ministerial Amendment .

    It means breaking the National Alliance, which caught the government decisions. And it threatens to step Abadi, if successful, a broken ring on the one hand and the disintegration of the coalition on the other hand.

    Differences National Alliance

    And it emphasizes political sources from within the 'National Alliance' coalition blocs failed to reach agreement on a new form of government after the forthcoming amendment, the center of some of the blocks stuck to its position between those who call not to change and sees the need for a thorough change of government extends to the Prime Minister himself. Corroborating these leaks invited the cleric, Muqtada al-Sadr, on Monday, to organize massive demonstrations in front of the gates of the Green Zone in Baghdad and in front of the headquarters of the local government in southern and central provinces calling for reform and an end to the current situation.

    In this context, the leader of the Islamic Supreme Council says that 'the meeting between al-Abadi and members of the Secretariat of the Alliance, which lasted until late on Sunday (yesterday) and lasted for about three hours, ended without a mention, after the insistence of al-Abadi to attend the heads of the coalition blocs and not the result of send their representatives to the meeting. ' According to the leader himself, the meeting included members of the Secretariat of the Alliance: Ammar al-Hakim, and Hussein al-Shahristani, and on the Keywords, and Zia al-Asadi, and Khodair al, Abdul-Karim al-Ansari, as well as a representative of the former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, as it rejected the last attendance.

    The attention of the source to be 'Abadi waved again to quit and enter the country in case of a constitutional vacuum that blocks did not give him help', an advocate for the idea of ​​a cabinet reshuffle, and the exclusion of ministers of the blocks and the appointment of other ministers to focus on the need to move away from political recycling, citing Minister of the current transfer Baqir Jabr which is still a minister since the first government formed by Paul Bremer after the US occupation of Iraq until now, moving between the ministries of interior, housing and reconstruction, financial, transport and offline effects. He also noted that this policy arranged 'naming ministers from the Dawa party involved acts of theft and exploitation of authorities such as the minister, Abdul Falah al-Sudani and former trade minister'.

    The source suggests that the 'al-Abadi told the assembled impossibility of the success of the current government unless it is implemented internal reforms in, and the independence of the decisions taken by the government away from the political parties represented by the Minister that'. According to the source, the 'four out of the three blocks has refused to put Abadi and considered unconvincing, and agreed to be the new amendment radical Abadi, to include himself, while others went far beyond replacing Salim al-Jubouri and Fuad Masum, a key Parliamentary Republic', stressing that 'it was agreed at another meeting on Wednesday (tomorrow) house Ammar al-Hakim in Baghdad's Jadiriyah '.

    And about the reason for rejection of the blocks of a paper-Abadi, a leader of the Islamic Supreme Council indicates that some blocks find targeted her, especially the Sadrists, who began his position totally contrary to what was announced in the month of January last.

    Sadrist movement
    In the meantime, look at the last chest move, and move his residence from Najaf to Baghdad as well as the accumulation of Aloaav of his militia in the capital, and his call for demonstrations, to this stage as a critical phase of the Alliance's political whole process, may enter the country in great distress, particularly The chances are that exploit the demonstrations views and are targeting. Which will be interpreted as a political target and not a terrorist attack because of the escalation happening between militias League of the Righteous, led by Qais al-Khazali and Badr led by Hadi al-Amiri and between the militias Brigades of Moqtada al-Sadr peace during the hours-two years and seventy, including directing one of the satellite channels of the militias Alasaib insults on air for the leader of the Sadrist movement.

    He had been monitoring the dynamic range inside the Green Zone since Monday to politicians and clerics and prominent Shiite personalities morning through meetings and meetings in the parliament despite the lack of a scheduled hearing. Meanwhile, other sources indicate prospective meeting between the US ambassador in Baghdad, Stuart Jones, a former prime minister, Nuri al-Maliki, this week, it will be the first since he was ousted from his post the end of 2014, US pressure. The sources confirm that the meeting is scheduled to address the current problems that have increased after the lifting of the religious authority, Ali al-Sistani hand of the political file and his refusal to meet with the leaders of the alliance.

    About these developments, the Iraqi politician, Mohammed al-Hamdani says, that 'everything is improbable does not rule out any scenario in this crisis, there is the intransigence of the blocks and the alliance this time of internal crisis, including the largest of the political crisis in the government and parliament in general'.

    Hamdani and points out that this will impact heavily on the public security file, both in Baghdad and the south or in the battlefields against al (Daash), and in particular that the 'division within the Shiite house in the National Alliance reached a level militias, the crowd that the succession of each group of which party or bloc within the coalition. "

    For his part, he is a member of the Iraqi parliament for the National Alliance, Haider Alfoada, that prime minister must clarify the reasons for the change, which seeks to the vote on his government. And calls Alfoada parliament refused to vote on the new cabinet line-up before listening to the program Abadi realistic and practical in the security and economic reform until there is no step solution to silence the people, he said.

    Last edited by rcookie; 03-01-2016 at 10:36 PM.

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