Urgent Source: pressure to raise call Zebari Shahristani of cabinet reshuffle 30/3
Urgent Source: pressure to raise the call Zebari Shahristani of cabinet reshuffle
revealed a government source for political pressure exerted on the Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi to raise my name and Ministers of Finance Hoshyar Zebari and Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research , Hussein al - Shahristani , from the list of cabinet reshuffle expected.
The source told all of Iraq [where] "There is a tendency to raise my name Zebari Shahristani of the nine ministries covered by the ministerial change."
He said the "parties in the coalition of the rule of law and the mass of independent press to keep al - Shahristani in office."
The source pointed out that " the Kurdish blocs refuse to change Zebari citing that the first change in the reform included a Kurdish leader Rose Nuri Shaways , deputy prime minister in the process of government limbering been without their knowledge as well as the assignment of army chief of staff first team Babbakr Zebari without warning so Zebari he remained leader of a prominent Kurdish in this government. "
the sources have revealed to [where] that "nine ministers covered by the ministerial change , including Zebari, al - Shahristani."
and gave the House of Representatives Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi until Thursday to submit the new ministerial his booth or he will withdraw trust him with the continued pressure of the protestors to implement reforms and fight corruption.
he called Al - Abbadi in a speech yesterday evening , "the House of Representatives that clearly specify his position and Maatalbh of the Prime Minister: Is it required to be ministers or the political blocs to provide ministers technocrats out of the blocks and quotas and whether the recent vote means or mean something else also states that some of the leaders of the blocks?" .
for his part , announced the President of Kurdistan , Massoud Barzani , yesterday explicitly rejected by the ministerial change and said he "did not see any point in cabinet reshuffle to end the partnership in the government." http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=34247