Will it be the government (technocrats) or (agree)? .. Parliament today discussed the proposed ministerial cabin between dismissive and a supporter

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Posted 03/04/2016 06:29 PM

It seems that a technocrat government presented by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi will not see the light, in the light of the objections that are emerging to the surface strongly and clearly slowly. After Abadi breathed a sigh of relief with the termination of the cleric Muqtada al-Sadr national protest, launched about two weeks ago, show the obstacles political and constitutional new front-Abadi, who seeks to win the confidence of parliament, the government of technocrats, fearful that al-Sadr back to knock them out after his threats to transfer the demands of the (Hla) to (Hla gouge). Iraqi political scene is clearly defined and vague speculation by the Kurdistan Alliance was the first conscientious objectors to candidates Abadi as the parliamentary coalition bloc refused to choose any minister from the outside, and called for giving the Kurds a real share in the government. The fear of failure Abadi government of technocrats An informed political source, on Sunday, that Brett Macgork envoy of US President Barack Obama, the international coalition will enter into discussions through consultations and meetings in order to prevent the ouster of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi. The source said, that the coming period will witness entry into the United States via the presidential Movdha Brett Macgork on line consultation in order to prevent further effort overthrow Balebadi. At this time the Office of Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, on Sunday, announced that the latter met with the leaders of political blocs to discuss reforms cab file cabinet. The office said that "the parliament speaker Salim al-Jubouri, held a meeting with heads of political blocs in his office," adding that "the meeting discussed reforms cab ministerial," This comes at a time who sent the Iraqi Council of Representatives, names of candidates for the new government cabin to the Interior Ministry and the bodies of integrity, accountability and justice to check the names of the candidates. Iraqi Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri also met with the Committee of Experts for the selection of the UN High Commissioner for Human Alansan.hat members took place during the last meeting to discuss the findings of the Commission on the selection of the Commission members. It confirmed parliamentary blocs, especially the Federation of Iraqi forces and the Kurdistan Alliance not to pass the ministerial list in its current form because they do not take into account the «Almkoonati balance», and increases the Kurdish side attachment to the need to get 20 percent of the selection while the alliance believes Iraqi forces absence due. The MP said the Union of Forces Ahmed electrodes that his coalition opinion in the selection of personnel, consisting of ministers has not been taken, adding that «This is absolutely unacceptable and we will not vote on the portfolio.» For his part, MP for the coalition of state law WIN National Alliance Mohammed Chihod, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi could not overcome the political blocs and submit candidates to ministries without reference. He Chihod that «the names that came to Parliament taught by political blocs, and if there was an objection is on the origin principle and not on the people», he said. "Is the prime minister could be names by its special committee offers a return to common political blocs in the political process? ". In parallel assured Prime Virtue parliamentary bloc Ammar Tohme, that "some of the candidates for the cabins new ministerial bad history and were henchmen of the former regime, and this is incompatible with the goals desired reform," noting that the bloc "supports all reform steps thoughtful and meaningful, but there is a need to take account of and commitment to standards basic and balances to achieve fruitful outcomes and steps to contribute to the treatment failure and failure. " In the midst of these dialogues and statements parliament speaker Salim al-Jubouri, said that the parliament session, for this Monday, will decide the status of the ministerial cabin if a new government or cabinet reshuffle. But a coalition of citizen has stressed that the political blocs and members of the House of Representatives had not seen the "names of technocrats", nominated Abadi new ministerial lineup, pointing to the existence of the intention of the political blocs to negotiate with al-Abadi to replace some of "these names." He said coalition member Salim Chawki in a press statement that "the political blocs and members of the House of Representatives had not seen the candidates for prime minister until this moment, I have yet to make sure that does these names are the same that have been nominated by Abadi?", Noting that "the political blocs may to put forward alternatives in the case did not agree to those names. " The National Alliance MP Razak al-Haidari saw, on Sunday, that the new ministerial cabin can not easily pass through the next ten days, indicating that the cabin "imposed illegally," as pointed out that the candidate for the foreign minister Sharif Ali Bin Al Hussein It is not technocrats. Haidari said that "this new ministerial cabin can not easily pass through the next ten days," noting that "the new cabin has been imposed illegally emerged as pressure and force." From all this we see that the battle waged by Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi with the Parliament is not over once Announcing the new line-up, even if it was supported by Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr, who called on his supporters to end their sit-in demonstration on Friday to demand that Parliament ratified the appointment of new ministers. It seems that the complaint Abadi, the impact of the political pressure on his reform efforts, and repeated his request from the parliamentary blocs that made up its mind regarding the new government «either quotas or technocrats», did not change the complex political scene so much. It appears that al-Abbadi faces multiple political fronts, some of which will be decided in the parliament session on Monday and probably will delay the resolution of others to the remaining period of ten days.