Political movement to break the deadlock followed by an exchange between al-Sadr and
Political movement to break the deadlock followed by an exchange between al-Sadr and al-Abadi
Since 29/03/2016 23:23 pm (Baghdad time)
Baghdad balances News
After facing the strong positions of the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi began accelerating political movement on Tuesday evening, in order to get out of the impasse that has entered the political blocs to him.
A statement issued by the Office of House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri that "talks on Tuesday evening with the committee in charge of the ministerial amendment prospective, which included Mr. Hadi al-Amiri and leader of the Supreme Council Sheikh Humaid Maaleh National Security Advisor Faleh al-Fayad on political developments and security developments and the process of political reform and ways of accomplishing" .
He said al-Jubouri, "the importance of initiating reforms starting from the upcoming cabinet reshuffle and the end of the files and the other in order to achieve the demands and aspirations of the people."
He explained that "the House of Representatives awaiting the arrival of the Prime Minister and his cabinet reshuffle list for presentation to the House of Representatives vote on it."
Tripartite Commission headed by Amiri met with the head of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki and discussed it with him, "cabinet reshuffles and the most important challenges facing the political process."
He met with al-Maliki was followed by a similar meeting with the leaders of the Kurdistan Alliance, while MP Talabani announced, but it surprised what I heard in the words of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, while accusing political blocs to disrupt the ministerial change in his committee came to show us the names of the candidates and ask them the names of the candidates instead.
She added in connection with the / balances News / "I do not recognize any candidate coming through a mechanism to CVS It must be recalled that the minister and the political position of the sovereign."
We "should not change after consultation with us about the reasons for the replacement of a particular minister and to know the reasons for his dismissal," tight by saying, "We do not give anyone else from the minister of the Kurdish share of not less than 20 percent increase."
Jubouri had met prior to the tripartite committee meeting US Ambassador Stuart Jones and that he "reviewed the latest political and security developments."
According to a second statement from his office was "Search Government Reform process."
Jubouri said that the House of Representatives, "setting a time limit for the reform process and must be provided through Ministerial cabin initial phase of reform."
US ambassador also met the President of the Supreme Islamic Iraqi Council Ammar al-Hakim
Hakim, who launched the initiative represented a lifeline, according to observers also met with the representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jan Kubis political and security developments in Iraq.
The only statement issued by his office that "the Iraqis are continuing reforms and the fight against terrorism, without overlap between the two subjects," noting that "the National Alliance presented an initiative for comprehensive reform of the state, which can move freely."
The cleric Moqtada Alsdarhadd, on Tuesday evening, by resorting to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi unless he gave his booth cabinet next Thursday, he said, "we are shifting from commodity to commodity gouge."
Said in a speech Atlah spokesman for the protest tent and negotiation Sheikh Ali Smeisim "I would advise the prime minister said not a lot of useless speeches."
"The hopes of the people in the tents last word" past to say "on Abadi's wrath on a corrupt and not the masses."
He stressed: "If no offers Abadi his booth on Thursday, will not suffice to interrogation, but we will resort to the withdrawal of confidence about him."
He concluded waving "we are shifting from commodity to commodity concern."
What he had finished his speech, Sheikh Ali Smeisim response to the word Abadi even Loud cheers echoing the sit-in, "Hla .. logo gouge Iaebadi."
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi called on the Council of Representatives esteemed political block to determine their position clearly and openly in this matter and said it was not wise to provide ministerial lineup facing rejection from the House of Representatives and thus invalidate the purpose of the reshuffle.
The House of Representatives demanded that clearly specify his position and Maatalbh of the Prime Minister: Is it required to be ministers of the political blocs or provide ministers technocrats out of the blocks and quotas
"Is that the latest vote means or mean something else also states that some of the leaders of the blocks."
He said he ", he can not work and achieve success in serving the country and its democratic system without understanding with the House of Representatives and harmony with the political movement."
He pointed out that there are calls for the selection of ministers outside the quota system, which allows for the selection of ministerial lineup on new foundations.
He stressed that the current crisis is a political crisis must be resolved understanding between the political forces.