Abadi al - Jubouri , looking for a port to the crisis .. Kubis and accused Iraq 's leaders fail

2016-05-08 04:56:55 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad: Hamza Mustafa

After more than two weeks of political paralysis in state institutions, particularly the legislative institutions (Parliament) and the executive (government), because of the lack of a quorum for the holding of assessments for both sessions, Parliament Speaker Salim al - Jubouri , began a visit to the Kurdistan region in order to persuade the Kurds to end their boycott.

Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi insisted on the possibility of completing the quorum for the meeting of the Council of Ministers, scheduled for yesterday did not hold, and there is another hearing next Tuesday, and aspires which complete the quorum of agents or call the five ministers who had been voting for them in the parliament two weeks ago , but did not perform legal department as can no longer former prime ministers attend meetings of the Council.

While fighting a legal controversy over the legality of the Council of Ministers to hold a hearing or not because of the difficulty of a quorum , which led to the postponement of sessions Tuesday and Thursday, the political blocs locked turn a political debate on how which they can overcome the political impasse.

This comes at a time when the United Nations representative in Iraq , Jan Kubis said that the majority of Iraqi political blocs refuse a radical overhaul of the political process. He said Kubis in a report submitted to the Security Council yesterday (Saturday) that « a deep political crisis swept Baghdad and the country has caused paralysis and rigidity of the government 's actions and the House of Representatives, having failed the Government of Iraq and the political class to reach agreement and the implementation of reforms that improve the governance, accountability and justice to all on an equal footing, and to provide jobs and services , and to root out corruption, as demanded by the people of Iraq, especially in Baghdad and the southern provinces since August of last year. »

He said Kubis, that «it paid demonstrators to demand the reform of the government as a whole, as well as the political process, and to demand to abandon its ethnic and sectarian quota approach , which has been entrenched in the Iraqi political system since 2003», indicating that « the supporters of cleric Moqtada al - Sadr have joined the mix of protesters from civil society. »

In this context , the political Iraq and former leader of the Shiite Fadhila party , Nadim al «Middle East says» that «it is difficult to talk about radical or non - radical reform of the existence of the current political class which Tsidt political scene for the past thirteen years , and that it is accused of corruption and failure , one of the pretend people against it and therefore are no longer able to make a difference as long as the accused ». He added that « the process of change has become difficult and more difficult scenarios presented , including hot change that may depend on a military adventurer».

Meanwhile , the Democrat , said that the civil power. «Failure suffered by the current political class , as long as we were warned him from the start, particularly since the launch of our protest demonstrations in 2011» The leader of the civil mainstream Hussein Fawzi told «Middle East» that «Civil Democratic Movement is the one who started the mass movement of 2011 has continued into 2015 , the movement starting from Basra in the month of July , and even today».

He adds Fawzi saying «But the Civic Democratic Movement believes that it can not improve the services demanded by the public is essential not realized in the forefront of the fight against corruption and recover stolen funds and the refusal of quotas and the adoption of integrity, competence and experience.» Fawzi explained that «when he joined us Sadrist welcomed him as a political force and we cooperated with him cooperation in the field did not quite live up to any other level, but at the same time emphasize the basic fundamentals of a legitimate and of the Constitution and the rule of law and respect although we have continued to all forms of protest demonstrations until sit and we hope to be a sit -in in front of the gate storming parliament because parliament embodies the constitutional legitimacy and a lot of fans who stormed are Bnwabh came ».

The sharp division in the legislative and executive institutions began after intercepting a large group of deputies on the way in which it passed the cabinet reshuffle agreement between al - Jubouri and Abadi, which led to the division of parliament into two groups , which is reflected on the government , which saw the resignation of the exemption a number of ministers.

While efforts to persuade the parties to reach a compromise to overcome the crisis failed, however , to break into the Green Zone and the Sadrists Astbaanhm Parliament , including the attack on a group of deputies, including the Kurdish deputy speaker of parliament , it led to the withdrawal of the Kurds from the government and parliament.

In the meantime, the cleric Moqtada al - Sadr went to Tehran to deliver an apology for raising slogans against Iran by his supporters in parliament , leaving its liberal bloc in an unenviable position.