Deputy for National disclose terms of the Kurds and the powers in cabinet reshuffle
Deputy for the National disclose the terms of the Kurds and the powers in the cabinet reshuffle
3/9/2016 0 Comments
Deputy for the National Alliance revealed the situation of Kurdish blocs and the Alliance of Iraqi forces conditions for the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in a cabinet reshuffle.
Said Jassim Mohammed Jaafar told all of Iraq [where] that "the heads of the representative of the Kurdish blocs told Abadi at their last meeting on Monday asking them to grant the Kurds three ministries in the government of technocrats or any cabinet reshuffle."
He added, "The coalition forces have imposed the survival of some of the characters as minister of education and planning," likely "more spasm situation must be resolved soon."
He Jaafar that "most went blocs is awarded with the right of representation in the government."
The National Alliance leaders reiterated in a statement after their meeting last Sunday in the city of Karbala ''s support for 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. "
He said the president Fuad Masum "The call for a government of technocrats not meaning to be a minister from outside to participate in the political process and the parties have many members in the parliament."
The Islamist group Bloc chairman Ahmed Haji Rashid, who attended the meeting of the Kurdish groups with al-Abadi on Monday said the prime minister "and agreed to grant share of the Kurds in the cabinet reshuffle expected and that he will address all the political blocs to send separate names, one of the choice of professionals and talented ones."
It is said that 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 last.
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."