Abbadi: next period changes in the political map

Wed, 20 Jul 2016 13:15:20

Fix front mp Zaher Abadi said Wednesday that the next phase will see the changes in the political map due to the demands of the country.

Abbadi stressed that the present phase began forming alliances within the Iraqi Parliament and the formation of the reform front and moves and other alliances in the coming phase, adding that the visit of the President of the State of law Coalition Nuri al-Maliki to krdstna within these movements.

Abadi said that most of the political blocs have new directions in building alliances based on the spirit of resistance to the occupation of Iraqi territory aldaashi and earnest desire to conduct radical reforms, noting that most thalfthm leaders and political figures will be defined during the coming period.

Demanded political alliances to be blocks Abadi new serious in achieving the demands of the Iraqi people which calls for reform since a long time, pointing out that accepting the resignation of Ministers set Abadi yesterday is only desire and intention is serious about change and reforms and is prompted to choose competent Ministers and technocrats out of sectarian quotas abominably.

He called the Islamic Supreme Council Ammar Hakim, head to the cross "confessional Coalition" to pass reform legislation and procedures in Parliament away from "opportunistic" and "selective".

The Prime Minister Haider Abadi had called earlier, to allow political dialogues so as not to hamper the March State, stressed that the reform process is ongoing and will provide replacements for achieving desired reform.

Secretary of the Dawa party, Nouri al-Maliki Monday (18 July 2016), visited Sulaymaniyah province and met with the Secretary General of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Jalal Talabani and MDC leader Nushirwan Mustafa.

The National Union movement of change after the recent agreement between them, become the greatest Kurdish parliamentary coalition in Parliament Arbil and Baghdad, they refused to participate in the meeting called by the Kurdistan Democratic Party Chief Massoud Barzani to discuss the referendum to decide the fate of the independence of the territory, on the condition that the prior normalization of the political situation in the region and reactivate inactivated Parliament eight months ago.