Karbala backstage meeting: it was not "friendly" and participants insisted on the "absence" Maliki

03/07/2016 17:20

BAGHDAD / obelisk: MP from the coalition of state law Kazem Sayadi, Monday, that the meeting Sunday was held in the city of Karbala between Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, leaders of the National Alliance, "was not cordial", between that there is a "real and deliberate Ngyiba" to Prime Minister the former president of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki for the meeting.

Sayadi said that "what we heard and the steady drumbeat to our ears that the meeting was not cordial, but there were crosses and visionary approach in building the future state mechanism and Heya technocrats."

He explained that, "There were two approaches are very important on the technocrats, the first is to change all government cabin, including al-Abadi, the second is to change the cabin technocrats but the choice of ministers is done by political parties."

When asked why he did not attend the former Prime Minister and Chairman of the coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki to the meeting, Sayadi said, "Unfortunately there is a real and deliberate absence of the owners," pointing out that "all the political blocs agreed to absent."

He added that it was "imperative for the brothers negotiators to attend al-Maliki as head of a coalition of state law and has a very large fan base," noting that "some of the blocks and put al-Maliki did not attend a requirement to attend."

The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi held, on Sunday (March 6, 2016), held a meeting in Karbala with the National Alliance leaders, who cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and the head of the Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim, the head of the Alliance Ibrahim al-Jaafari and Khodair al and on the Keywords and Hashem al-Hashemi, Hussein al-Shahristani, and Abdul-Karim al-Ansari, in order to put an integrated document and a roadmap for comprehensive reform.

The National Alliance MP Ali al-Badri, on Monday, that "the meeting of Karbala," did not include all the parties to the National Alliance, noting that the absent parties are "impressive."