The first blow to parliamentary government changes Abadi

2016-03-30 22:48:03 | (Voice of Iraq) - Twilight News

Fifty deputies in the Iraqi parliament announced their refusal to vote on a new government in accordance with the standard political quota system for parliamentary blocks.
The Iraqi parliament consists of 325 deputies.

The pre - Abadi called for political blocs to present candidates according to guidelines set by the choice of "most efficient" to his government.

It is scheduled to Abadi submit to parliament tomorrow , changes in the government led by his predecessor , Nouri al - Maliki lineup.

MPs "goodwill" gathering, he said at a news conference the House of Representatives "We demand Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi to provide ministers (technocrats) away from partisan and sectarian and political quotas."

And download deputies blocs and political assembly full responsibility for the formation of any government in accordance with the quota system and not to vote on them, calling on the blocks for not nominating figures according to quotas.

He held assembly Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi responsibility for the late submission of his cabinet to parliament, confirming the selection of independent and national figures for ministerial positions.
He insists cleric Moqtada al - Sadr to undertake comprehensive reforms in Iraq, while the political composition Alarar bloc decided not to participate in the selection of the new government Abadi.