Although al-Sadr threatened .. "variety" Abadi absent from parliament


(Independent) ... said MP Mohammad Chihod, member of the Bloc "coalition of the rule of law", which belongs Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, said that the latter would not provide the new cabinet line-up to parliament, despite the threat of the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to take escalate situations, if exposure the new selection to parliament.

He Chihod: The Abadi will not provide new ministers, and so far unknown to the political parties, you change who plans Abadi, conducted in part or in whole, and any mechanism will depend on it. "

According to the MP, except for the parliament session agenda, Saturday from paragraph vote on the new cabinet reshuffle, the agenda included a vote on the laws of the host of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, and his accompanying delegation.

He explained Chihod, that "Abadi it was to start with an assessment of the prime minister, and change to the minister, which proves that he has not lived up his performance to the challenges, to be edited in order to change the work, not for reform," adding that "a modern political blocs for reform anything, and her actions something the opposite. "

Sadr's threat

For his part, Essam Mohamed, one of the protesters near the Green Zone in Baghdad, Anatolia said, "All the protesters are waiting for guidance that will be issued by Sayyed Moqtada al-Sadr if Abadi did not give the new government to parliament today."

"We will not fear anything, and everyone preparer for the implementation of any guidance from the chest, including the storming of the Green Zone."

And last Wednesday, Aboud al-Issawi, a member of the "coalition of the rule of law", said al-Abadi, "will present a list of nine ministers technocrats to parliament Saturday, to get the confidence of parliament," adding that "the list includes the first phase of the reshuffle, and will be followed by another phase comprising ministers new technocrats. "

It was Muqtada al-Sadr threatened Friday to take a stand is announced for later, in case Abadi did not provide, "logical and convincing" reforms package on Saturday to Parliament, or in the event of rejection of the House of Representatives vote on the reforms. For the ninth straight day marching hundreds of Sadr's followers, in front of the Green Zone gates, having set up hundreds of tents under the guidance of the message put pressure on al-Abadi, to proceed with reforms included most notably the removal of the political parties for executive positions. In an earlier statement, the rib leader threatened to storm the Green Zone, if Abadi failed to form a government of "technocrats" within 45 days began on February 12, and vowed not to be subjected to foreign embassies and missions in the event of intrusion happened. (End)