Reform Bloc: cabinet reshuffle would partly no specific date for the next parliamenta
Reform Bloc: cabinet reshuffle would partly no specific date for the next parliamentary session
BAGHDAD - My Day
The head of the National Reform parliamentary bloc MP Hilal Sahlani The cabinet reshuffle will be partial and will not include more than nine ministries, is probable that there will be a second phase of the ministerial changes, while that of the next session of parliament will not be devoid of surprises. He Sahlani for "My Day" did not issue any communication on the next session of parliament and what is said just speculation appointment, stressing the importance of the council held in the presence of most of its members without the provinces and that's what we are working to end the latest crisis that took place inside Parliament. He added that the cabinet reshuffle will be partial and most likely will be changed to nine ministries, if not less than this number, this is a solution that can the political process to continue, indicating that there may be a second phase of the ministerial change, pointing out that it was difficult coming parliament session without the presence of the protesters because of Representatives quorum will not be completed, in addition to the House of Representatives is the protesters do not want to be free to convene a meeting of our colleagues Representatives of the protesters, and therefore we are working and there are contacts under way to unite the board row and ending the provinces. He explained that the meeting Sahlani if perhaps held in which there will be surprises, but we will try that the next meeting be quiet for understanding so that we can grow up a certain decision. For his part, a spokesman for House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, on Saturday, said the parliamentary session next Tuesday will be headed by al-Jubouri, and in the presence of the Presidency in full, and in rejecting the use of violence inside the Dome of the House of Representatives, confirmed the presence of the Liberal bloc to vote on the new ministerial cabin. Imad al-Khafaji said in a press statement: The session of parliament in next Tuesday will be headed by al-Jubouri, and in the presence of the Presidency in full, noting that the president Fuad Masum, the initiative is still on the table, especially with the welcome by most of the political blocs. He said al-Khafaji, said al-Jubouri, rejects the use of violence inside the Dome of the House of Representatives, where the crisis Parliament has not seen for threats at all, noting that the Liberal bloc confirmed to attend the meeting to vote on the new ministerial cabin.