Rapprochement between the law and the Supreme Council paves for "partial modification" includes nine Ministries

16/03/2016 22:40

Long-Presse / Baghdad

After more than a month on the invitation of al-Abadi to make "substantial modification" in his line, the latter is close to the conviction as "partial modification" Given the size of the objections made by the political blocs that. With the exception of the Sadrists, who clings to the "radical change" as a solution to the crises the country.

She talks, parliamentary sources for convergence between state law and the Supreme Council about the shape change of government, which will be long and 9 Ministries President. Abadi faces the problem of persuading foreign higher education ministers to leave their posts.

So to senior political sources revealed that the recent meeting of the Council of Ministers has seen an in-depth discussion about government reforms that seek to apply the Prime Minister.

The sources, who spoke for (range) but requested of anonymity, said that "members of the Council of Ministers have expressed alarm at the continuing criticism directed by al-Abadi to members of his cabinet," and indicated that "some ministers felt that the criticism led to tarnish the image of some of the characters political addition to distort the reputation of Iraq in international forums. "

The sources added that the "members of the government have questioned, during the Cabinet meeting, about the reason for privately-Abadi talk about reform without consultation blocs even though it needs to pass his project in parliament."

He criticized some of the ministers, according to sources, the close of the Abadi leaking the names of the members in government cabin as candidates for the dimensions of the government because of corruption charges or shortening, and wondered about the failure of the Prime Minister designate, or to approach the ministers who were available against corruption indicators or deficiencies in the government's performance.

Addressing Minister Abadi "Bank carrying ministers of this government responsible for the failure, although it the product of the previous governments," saying wondering "how to run ministries without the budget?".

The sources pointed out that "Abadi talked about the internal and external pressures they are facing and called for cooperation with him to confront and resolve the crises plaguing the country," and expressed his appreciation to the members of his booth ministerial.

According to sources, "the ministers of the Sadrist movement showed their willingness to offer their resignations in order to facilitate the task of the prime minister, but the rest of the ministers did not comment on the position of the Sadrists."

The sources pointed out that the Council of Ministers tasked Abadi have a statement for the overall terms of the meeting to be presented to the council members before it was published. He took office Abadi written statement which pointed to declare their willingness to minister to resign, which raised objection six ministers on the wording of the ministerial statement.

In the context of the political discussions about the forthcoming government reshuffle, a parliamentary source familiar with the "coalition of the rule of law being secret negotiations with the Supreme Council, he said in order to pass the head of government reforms, which will be partially due to the objections made by the majority of the blocks and components on the overall radical changes."

The source, who spoke to (range) on condition of anonymity, that "the change will include nine ministers who are both ministers of electricity, transport, trade, agriculture, industry, minerals, Construction and Housing, Higher Education, and Foreign Affairs." Pointing out that "the Supreme Council called for a coalition of state law to keep the oil and Zarate, Youth and Sports in his hand, in addition to the one granted in exchange for the support of independent bodies Abadi reforms."

The source expected that "the Supreme Council gives the body either Hajj and Umrah, or the secretariat of Baghdad him compensation for the Ministry of Transport, which will go to another block." He guessed that crystallize a joint agreement between the Supreme Council and a coalition of state law to ensure that partial reforms passed during the next few days.

Despite the atmosphere of optimism and rapprochement between Hakim block bloc of Prime Minister, but the source talked about that the problem went Abadi is to reject both external and higher education ministers to leave their posts in the new line-up. "But the source confirms the continued Abadi talks with al-Jaafari and al-Shahristani, to persuade them.

The source revealed that "the government's recent session saw the outbreak of an altercation between Abadi and ministers of the Sadrist movement against the backdrop of the government's drive to prevent the sit-ins, which plans to stream to be carried out on Friday."

And close to the modern parliamentary source, confirms MP Salim Shawki, a member of the Supreme Council citizen's block, that "the change of government will be partial," adding "you can not replace or remove half the ministerial cabin, because it then is dissolved." But he stressed that "the reforms will be in phases and the change will include nine ministries."

He MP Salim Shawki, told the (range), that "the majority of ministers submitted their resignations to the prime minister, but did not report the names of the blocks ministries to be changed."

In the same context, MP Hussein al-Maliki, a member of a coalition of state law affirms "all ministers to express their willingness to cooperate with the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on the application of the new ministerial reforms in Tuesday's session."

And on the struggle that took place the government session on the ins Sadrist MP Maliki explains, in an interview with the (range), "The sit-ins must be in designated places and not at the gates of the Green Zone," adding, "If the demonstrators insisted at the monument to their tents, the security forces You will be forced to hit the protesters and prevent them from erected their tents. "

He continued by state law that "the text of the Constitution to demonstrate in designated places and not in areas where the movement of citizens cripple because of the embassies of Arab and foreign countries in the Green Zone."

But the Liberal bloc led by al-Sadr responded to the state law, saying that "the decision of the sit-in is up to the Iraqi masses," asking the government to "enforce the Constitution that allowed the peaceful demonstrations."

MP says Yasser al-Husseini, the comments made by the (long) yesterday, "if it wants the government rejected the constitutional right to protest, it should cancel the democracy and the Declaration itself dictatorial government and then to prevent the protesters from their tents set up."