Deputy: the Abadi resolve government technocrats , or the recognition of the impossibility offormation

Talib deputy from the Kurdistan Alliance, the prime minister decisively decisions either to recognize the impossibility of forming a government of technocrats, or make the appropriate decisions.

The MP said Abdul Bari Zebari told all of Iraq [where] that "al-Abadi has two choices, either to recognize the reality of the situation and the impossibility of forming a technocrat government, or making decisions as it deems appropriate, also made a decision to exempt a key vice presidents and ministers and merging ministries."
He added that "the Abadi if he seriously this issue the final decision as soon as, and forwarded to the Parliament, then the people will see is a deliberate omission."
A spokesman for the Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi revealed that "there are positive signs for the agreement to conduct cabinet reshuffle soon."
Saad al-Hadithi's [where], that "there are positive signals to reach over a short period towards an agreement put forward the names of candidates for the cabins technocrat government."
It is said that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi plans for a cabinet reshuffle in his government, and called for the formation of a government of technocrats away from quotas, but he did not get the authorization from the House of Representatives when it hosted in February 20 this month.
Most of the political blocs and the prime minister demanding the need for parliamentary approval and consulted on any change of government.