Deputy for the National: the ministerial change is difficult and needs more political consensus

Deputy for the National Alliance, a cabinet reshuffle in the government of Haider al-Abadi as "difficult."
Ali Fayad, told all of Iraq [where] that "the ministerial change is not easy and needs a strong political decision and agree more with courage" and expressed hope that "this change Athakiq despite its difficulty."
And weak parliamentary agenda in recent sessions Fayad attributed this to "the government to withdraw many of the important draft laws in addition to the absence of political consensus about what is left of it in parliament."
The MP for the National Alliance for the "hope that the parliament beyond the obstacle political barrier that disrupts a lot of work and that was actually something different and all things are governed by political Baltuaqat."
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.
A spokesman for the office of Prime Minister 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."