Abadi offers six new ministers to parliament today to authenticate them

Roudao - Erbil
He intends to Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, on Monday, providing six new ministers to parliament for approval on them to succeed former ministers of the "National Alliance" submitted their resignations from their posts.
"The State of Law coalition" members, Jassim Mohammed Jaafar, which includes the "National Alliance", said al-Abadi sent CVs own 6-minister candidates to take over the ministries "transportation" and "trade", and "water resources" and "oil", and "construction and housing," and "Higher Education and scientific research" to parliament.
He added Jaafar said in press statements that the candidates are, "Abdul Razak Abdul Jalil al-Issa" for higher education, and "Hassan Hani al-Janabi" of water resources, and the "mighty Allaibi" of oil, and "Anne wholesome US" for the reconstruction of housing, and "Yusuf al-Asadi" trade, and "Kazem cup" for transport.
Jaafar said that "al-Abadi postponed the naming of an interior minister because of the lack of agreement on a candidate to the ministry so far," expected to "vote for political blocs to agree on candidates for ministerial positions package in the parliament session."
The parliament announced, late last night in a statement, that it will host Abadi on the cabinet reshuffle.
Before Abadi last month officially resigned seven ministers from his cabinet, all from the "National Alliance" (which belongs to him Abadi), namely: Minister of Higher Education, and oil, transportation, interior, reconstruction, housing, water resources and trade.
On July 5 last, the Minister of Interior, Mohammad Al Ghabban, to submit his resignation to Ebadi, pointing out that he made the move in protest at what he called "the security flop" and because of "the intersection of security powers and the lack of unified coordination of the security services."
The 6 foot while other ministers have resigned in recent weeks, due to disagreements on the bases adopted in the conduct of political reform, which was adopted Abadi.
And intensified the political crisis in Iraq since the March / last March, when he sought the prime minister, to form a technocrat government (competencies), rather than belonging to parties of Ministers, in an attempt to combat corruption, but the window parties blocked the passing of his new government, with the greatest political challenge of the crisis even now to Ebadi, who belongs to the ruling coalition.