Deputy for the National: Proposal for Ebadi ministerial change did not receive the consent of Karbala meeting

The Deputy for the National Alliance, expressed dissatisfaction with the leaders of the National Alliance for the proposal by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in a cabinet reshuffle during their last meeting in Karbala last Sunday.

He said Jassim Mohammed Jaafar told all of Iraq [where] that "the results of the meeting of coalition leaders in Karbala were not successful as you could be in it, and had to cleric Moqtada al-Sadr went blocs in the National Alliance has also directed the cabinet reshuffle."
He added, "As for the Prime Minister, he submitted a document of 18 papers, in which the new reform project details, and government change and the mechanism without mentioning names," noting that "the proposal Abadi to be a minister in the new selection dimensions of the political blocs and be of technocrats figures either from ministries or universities that belong to the ministry, and this kind of payment to the dissatisfaction among the national leaders of the coalition. "
He pointed out that "al-Abadi told the meeting that even though the bench Minister of the same ministries must be in agreement with the blocks with the award of the prime minister and that the validity of the selection takes into account the political atmosphere this year."
He Jaafar that "al-Sadr demanded at the meeting universally Prime Minister change and Abadi come out of the Islamic Dawa Party, and this is far from reality is, as it is unreasonable to impose a person has 40 seats in parliament, his opinion on the government, which led to the rejection of it."
The National Alliance leaders confirmed in a statement after their meeting the first Sunday in Karbala province, renewed it "position in support of the reforms of the National Alliance and the ministerial change, called by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, and to move them in order to provide the best for the Iraqi people."
And declared "National Alliance rejected the uniqueness of any faction political decision and carrying weapons in Baghdad and other provinces outside the framework of the state."