Three presidencies meeting (details)

03/05/2016 20:47

BAGHDAD / obelisk: detecting a senior political source, the Sabbath, the meeting of the three presidencies with the leaders and representatives of the parliamentary political blocs on Wednesday details of the second of March current on the cabinet reshuffle, which saw the invitation of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi of the political blocs to indicate the position of making a change a government "radical", as opposed Kurdish and Sunni parties to make any change without consulting with the political blocs.

He told the source in a press statement that the meeting began with confirmation of House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, the need for the committee responsible for the cabinet reshuffle includes representatives of all the political blocs, to ensure everyone's participation in the selection of new ministers, the head of Muttahidoon Osama Najafi called for disclosure all the ministries concerned to change before that, to be followed by Abadi, commenting on the invitation to the meeting to express their positions on the possibility of a cabinet reshuffle partial or comprehensive, and former Deputy Prime Minister Ruz Nuri Shaways supported a thorough reshuffle.

The Presidency of the Council of Representatives member Aram Sheikh Mohammed for the Kurdistan Alliance after this by calling on the Prime Minister "not to hold them responsible for the comprehensive amendment," stressing "no vote on it."

He suggested Sheikh Mohammed, that "the choice of the new ministers are from the same blocks through the nomination of more than one name."

MP Ali Keywords (State of Law) objected to turn on the formation of a committee of the political blocs to choose new ministers, calling for "the formation of a committee by the Prime Minister to set up an integrated program and presented during the next meeting."

Member of the Presidium of the House of Representatives Sheikh Hamoudi request "Select a month to prepare a program, to be a reshuffle in part, according to the reform program," calling for "the formation of a committee of the political blocs to nominate a minister."

MP for the National Coalition Mahmoud al-Mashhadani, the intervention by saying, "We have an economic crisis, Prime Minister need to homogeneous team," he said in the speech addressed to the Prime Minister, "You are not allowed exclusivity in the selection of the team, but must bring the matter before us and agreed upon in the three presidencies" .

He was secretary of the Central Committee of the Iraqi Communist Party Hamid Majid Moussa another opinion by emphasizing the need for "an adjustment in the Cabinet, that will not be built on the basis of comprehensive change or partial or technocrats, but on the basis of choosing ministers competent according to a program, and by a committee of during the presidencies of 30 days. "

Najafi, in turn, declined to specify the position of the cabinet reshuffle before the disclosure of the ministerial program targeted ministries and mechanism replacement, Will be built on the basis of partnership, or a majority, to intervene Abadi again commenting on Najafi's position, saying that "the Cabinet Committee had completed its assessment, and determine the change mechanism will be after the meeting with the blocks and presidencies. "

Shaways prompt intervention by asking to Abadi about the fate of the principle of partnership still exists and whether or not ?, stressing that "the political blocs are nominate minister in the event under the principle of partnership in place."

Leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Saadi beer Abadi thanks "for recognizing the possibility not to proceed with this situation," he "agreed with al-Abadi on the need for change." He added a beer, "We are talking about the ministerial limbering, and you should not talk about the technocrats and even consult with the blocks."

The head of the parliamentary coalition of state law on the writer intervention by saying, "The reforms and letters of reference had to make cabinet changes, but the amendment must not be in accordance with previous methods."

The writer, the need to "be evaluated by the Minister of professionals and impartial," attributing the lack Abadi's ability to conduct a partial amendment to the "positions of the blocks of the ministers, prompting him to go the direction of the overall change."

The position of the head of the Kurdish Hoshyar change Abdullah, the support of "a ministerial amendments, provided that it is within a comprehensive reform program." But the head of the Rafidain bloc Yonadam we were called in turn to "balance", stressing that "the whole power of one color."

Prime Minister responded, saying, "I did not speak about the efficiency of the Minister, but I call for the formation of a harmonious team to cope with the financial crisis," blaming "the responsibility of the previous policies of economic setback faced by the country." He said al-Abadi, "a change of government is unlikely and there is the resignation of the government, our universe do not want to evade responsibility, we have a responsibility during the previous and current governments and through our presence in the Parliament", stressing that it "did not call for overhaul, even radical."

Abadi and that "the parliament was directed toward a comprehensive amendment," warning "the abolition of parliament and provincial councils, as will lead to the collapse of the political gains achieved."

He said al-Abadi, "I call on the cabinet reshuffle, and flexibly with the representation of the components but is not a requirement that the minister represents exclusively specific bloc," asserting his refusal "to form a rescue government," expressing concern "Saudi military maneuvers, as well as the Turkish presence in Mosul."

Abadi, continuing, "I do not have to conduct a comprehensive change, but must be the basis of change and in stages," pointing out that "faced with the problem is the fact that the political blocs prevented him from making a change."

President Fuad Masum certainly began his speech on the need to "make a cabinet reshuffle, through the understanding with the masses, and in accordance with the standards, and through a committee formed for this purpose."

The infallible, "to be of ministerial amendments that are in favor of a comprehensive reform program."

President of the Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim, after saying "the amendment should not be arbitrary," stressing the need to "take into account the amendment comprehensive program, and is in addition to the assessment of the ministers, agents and general managers and end the file by proxy, through professional committee competent."

Najafi intervention, pointing to the need to be the reshuffle "in accordance with the reasons," stressing that "the government did not implement its program."

Rose Shawis supported by saying, "We have to be adjusted to the real reasons based and not arbitrary."

Secretary General of the Liberal bloc in Parliament after Zia al-Asadi, stressing "the need for comprehensive change."

Mahmoud al-Mashhadani said, interrupting, "The solution lies in a civil state," describing the current political stage, "a failure par excellence."

Al-Mashhadani asked, "Are you alone are the ministries failed, not the three presidencies failed, too?"

Head of the Turkmen Front Arshad Salhi, after stressing the need to "not neglect reshuffle balances, though professionally." With the intervention of the political bureau of the Islamic Union of Kurdistan by Khalil Ibrahim, calling on "the recognition of mistakes," stressing the need for "adjustment is based on the Constitution."

Kurdistan Islamic Group leader Ali Baber after saying, "There is an imbalance in the balance, Kurds did not get their entitlement to be in the government," calling "Shiite brothers to feel the other components, they are partners," he returned that "the problem is deeper than the ministerial amendment."

He was among those present head of the coalition forces in parliament, Ahmed electrodes that intervention, saying, "The non-implementation of the agreements brought the situation here," stressing that "we can not support any cabinet reshuffle in the event of non-implementation of previous agreements."

The Presidium Member of Parliament Aram Sheikh Mohammed said, "We face an imbalance, corruption and economic crisis," stressing "the lack of clarity of the idea of ​​the reshuffle."

He said Mohammed, "There are those who say that the amendment is an attempt to uniqueness of power or form a majority government," following up "quite a bit of forming a majority government, but the observance of the Constitution, which must be the amendment through parliament, and that means consulting with the blocks, where the head of Minister to be clear with us. "

The meeting ended without any agreement, while Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi will launch the results of his committee on the three presidencies and the heads of blocs.