State law calls into question the impartiality of the new ministers: Tmrerhm been a political consensus with Abadi

Editor: AZ

04/27/2016 21:28

Long-Presse / Baghdad
A coalition of state law recognizes the existence of a political consensus helped to pass some ministers "closed envelope", put forward by al-Abadi in Tuesday's session, and gained the confidence of the parliament after the court is satisfied blocks to increase their representation in the new cabin.

Coalition confirms that the political blocs were excited more than the Prime Minister to accomplish cabinet reshuffles.

But a coalition of citizen questioned obtaining political agreement between the heads of blocs and Abadi for some ministerial changes pass. And it confirms that the changes will be a comprehensive and radical including Zarata defense and interior, which calls for some quarters Basttnaihma of the process of the forthcoming cabinet reshuffle.

The House of Representatives has voted to nominate five ministers in the parliament session, which was attended by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who pledged the rest of his cabinet within two days.

Says MP from the coalition of state law Razak al-Haidari (range) that "the ministerial changes that have recently occurred in the House of Representatives to have undergone a process of political consensus by the heads of the blocks with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who put to the vote in the parliamentary session."

He adds Haidari, saying that "the changes that have occurred in the ministerial cabin will make the Minister under the influence of the leaders of the political blocs that it seems they are not technocrats, independents and even have political leanings," pointing out that "there are influence by blocks on the new ministers."

Confirms MP Badr bloc that "the political blocs inside the hall, which has seen the vote on the change of some ministers, were excited more than the prime minister to pass on these changes, which indicates the existence of a consensus between the Abadi these blocks."

Haidari and adds that "the consensus reached even to the special grades of agents ministries and general managers and independent bodies in order to pass each upcoming government changes," adding that "some political blocs have increased quotas and other blocks of ministries."

Haidari said, "and confirms the upcoming ministerial changes will drag all ministries except defense and interior ministries, because the security situation prevents the replacement of the two ministers in the current stage."

On the other hand confirms the citizen coalition that the Prime Minister put forward the names of "closed envelope" which won the confidence of parliament, ruling out the existence of a political consensus on the distribution of ministries between the political blocs.

Says MP Hamdiya al-Husseini, told the (range), that "Everyone began to reject the sectarian and political quotas because they weaken the Iraqi state," pointing out the names have been rejected because of some notes around, and did not get the confidence of Parliament.

Confidence did not give names put forward to take over the ministries of education, justice, youth, sports and culture agency, transport and communications agency and the Foreign Ministry.

Husseini adds that "Parliament has adopted resolutions to change the ministerial cabin in a comprehensive and radical after Abadi gave 48 hours to vote on the bench all the names that have been rejected," Abadi likely advent of the parliament in a session Thursday or Saturday.

The relay MP for the coalition of the wise saying that "al-Abadi refused to oblige the House of Representatives has the need to submit the changes in a matter of 48 hours, saying that not enough time to him and that he has many commitments do not allow him to provide the remaining changes during this period."

Husseini asserts that "the change will be comprehensive and will reach even to the defense and interior ministries, which calls for some parties not to Hmolhma in the coming changes." MP felt that the situation is very difficult and requires sweeping changes to improve the political, security and economic reality in Iraq.
Mohamed Sabah.