Sadr and Hakim Ihrjan Abadi .. and Kurds are sticking with 20% of the government

2016-03-04 23:20:00 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad

Speaking Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and leader of the Sadrists and the Supreme Council, both close to form "transient mass" differ from previous alliances sectarian Altkulaidah-, to ensure that a new form of state administration. But the dispute revolves around the formation mechanism of this block, and the parties expected to talk to her.

The intensity differences are rocking the National Alliance, according to the leaders of blocs attended the last meeting of the presidencies. And that these differences may turn out to be sharply divided.

The (long) been revealed, early this March ,, all efforts made by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to form a parliamentary bloc transient quotas to facilitate the next pass his cabinet.

And display the Sadrist movement, during the meeting held at the Government Palace in Baghdad, attended by all political blocs, "cross-block" option.

He says lawmakers from al-Hakim, a block that "collecting signatures to form a bloc already begun." They noted that the new alliance would be against Abadi at an advanced stage, if the latter insisted on conducting "prosthesis reforms."

According to participants in the meeting, the presidential Abadi made a presentation "is not accurate" to see him for a change of government is talking about a month ago. He says that the meeting was attended by Deputy Prime Minister "did not provide a new," and occur globally as usual, a few weeks ago.

It reveals MP's fear within the National Alliance to lead the next change is to increase the control of the call on the ruling party.

In the meantime, the Kurds demanded, within the meeting, to keep the proportion in the government amounting to 20% of unchanged.

After one day of the meeting, al-Abadi confirmed that he had received positive indications of his call to form a bloc of "fleeting." Some close to the House of Representatives of the prime minister and suggests that "the political majority may be a good option out of the controversial change of government and provides cover for parliamentary decisions Abadi."

But the parties of the rule of law think that. "Talk about cross media consumption bloc only, and that everyone is not ready to give up all its gains in the state."

Tension within the Shiite House

The tension began to appear within the National Alliance to the surface, when al-Sadr called for, two weeks ago, the Abadi acceptance headed by a committee set up is for the selection of new ministers.

And aggravation when al-Sadr came out, last week, a large demonstration in central Baghdad, and threatened to storm the green, and it was the meeting between al-Sadr, leader and head of government, "vague" did not reveal the details until the close of the leader of the Sadrist movement.

In turn, the head of the Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim, days after the invitation of the prime minister and his ministers send resignations to the last, that "change is needed to assess the reasons."

Hakim was met with al-Sadr, last Wednesday in the city of Najaf. Says MP Salim Shawki, a member bloc citizen, in a statement over the phone with (range) that "the two leaders agreed at the meeting to form a cross-sectarian bloc."

Salim asserts that "the bloc to be formed will not weaken Abadi" "It will be supportive of the new cluster Ebadi if tended to bring about reforms and changes are real." But he corrects by saying, "If the prime minister or the failure of the prosthesis procedures will the new cluster demanding change it."

The MP for the mass of citizens that the latest "stage began collecting signatures now," adding that "the parties to the coalition forces and the rule of law, and other blocks will join the new bloc."

The aim of the new cluster, according to a member of al-Hakim block, to "the formation of a parliamentary coalition, a broad non-partisan or sectarian or nationalist performs radical reforms of legal and comprehensive."

He said al-Hakim's office after his meeting with al-Sadr that "both sides asking for activating the work of the House of Representatives and to strengthen the legislative and supervisory role ... transnational mass reformist transient components represent a parliamentary majority able to move quick reforms."

The deputies close to Prime Minister (range), said the new bloc does not aim to form a party or bloc compete with the rest of the blocks but came as a result of the rally, "the pro-reforms Abadi blocs." Representatives admitted that it needs more time and understandings before revealing that block.

Trans bloc: the word of the media

But the Messenger of Abu Hasna, MP for the rule of law, describing talk of cross-sectarian bloc as "rosy dreams of talking about the leaders of the blocks at a time of crisis."

He said Abu Hasna told (the term) "This speech for domestic consumption. Trenched everyone in his community and his party is not ready to lose the gains to him."

In the opinion by state law that "three presidencies meeting supported my words." Noting that "the meeting participants did not agree on anything were different views."

He criticized the national coalition led by Iyad Allawi, the three presidencies and the leaders of political blocs, which lasted for more than three-hour meeting.

Allawi's coalition, said "we do not find there is any clear perception among the Prime Minister about the construction of the next phase mechanisms or roadmap includes providing realistic solutions to get out of these crises."

The statement added that "the national and at the meeting found that there are many contradictions between what is demanded by the Iraqi people and what is being announced by the head of the government."

Backstage presidencies meeting

Pedroh confirms Hoshyar Abdullah, head of the Kurdish bloc change, who attended the meeting of the blocs, "The Blur was corrupted Abadi's position on the reforms."

He said Abdullah, in an interview with the (range), that "the prime minister did not say anything in detail about a change of government, but in the words of his desire to do so."

It did not reach the political blocs, so far, an agreement on the format or change its size. Kurdish lawmaker says, "We do not know how it will also change mechanism, will come head of government ministers to parliament?".

He said Hoshyar Abdullah, said that "the National Alliance seemed divided opinions at the meeting, the Liberal Aftiar he wants to cross-sectarian bloc to carry out reforms, and the Supreme Council he had a suspicion of the form changes and the party that will set the standard for ministers of the bench."

The head of the parliamentary change says that "the parties to the National Alliance fears that the change is a cover for partisan control point and one governing", referring, apparently, to the fears of monopoly positions call for government ministries Party.

In regard to the Kurdish position during the last meeting, MP Abdullah says, "We support the change but our share and ratios ingredients red line that can not be bypassed." He noted that "the proportion of Kurds in the government now is 13%, and according to our percentage Tmthelena in Parliament must be 20%."

Hoshyar Abdullah stressed "the Kurds will agree to change the condition to maintain that ratio."