Urgent .. agreed to reject candidates Abadi and merging ministries .. and these new c
Urgent .. agreed to reject candidates Abadi and merging ministries .. and these new candidates names
Sunday 10-04-2016 | 4:10:12
Twilight News / parliamentary sources said on Sunday the agreement of the political blocs to reject most of the candidates presented by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to the House of Representatives for a vote on them instead of the currently existing, revealing the names of the candidates of blocs to form a government of "technocrats".
Quoted "free Iraq" channel funded by the United States for parliamentary sources as saying that it had been "agreed to reject most of the candidates for ministerial cabins and the abolition of the integration of new ministries and decision."
The sources added that "the new cabin includes Muhammad Ali Hakim, Iraq's ambassador to the United Nations, a candidate for foreign Fadel Abdul Nabi finance."
And increased sources said "the new cabin include Khaled al-Samarrai Electricity and Mousa al-Moussawi, head of Baghdad University for higher education."
They went sources said the cabin as well, "Mustafa al-Hiti, includes planning and MP Abdul Kahar Samurai Educational, agriculture Laos Orfali," pointing out that it was agreed on the survival and the defense and interior ministers in their posts. "
According to sources, "the Kurds are determined to stay Faryad Roandzi Minister of Culture and deputies want to remain Mohammed Xiaa Sudanese labor and social affairs."
So said sources familiar with the Twilight News, said that due to the complexity of the three presidencies and the heads of political blocs to a meeting today to discuss the cabinet reshuffle, saying the blocks put up their candidates rather than candidates Abadi.
The House of Representatives member Mishan Jubouri had hinted earlier in the day to the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi failed to bring reform to reject candidates for the ministries in the new government before the cab from the "parties in power and mafia corruption," he said.
Jubouri wrote on the social networking sites that "data indicate to the parties in power and the triumph of corruption mafias on the wishes of the people of the comprehensive change."
He added that those parties and mafias "Abadi forced to accept the ministers nominated by the parliamentary blocs."