Deputy for Barzani's party: Zebari sole representative in the government and his dismissal is unlikely

2016/9/12 10:50

[Oan- special]

Vice exclude from the Kurdistan Democratic Party, headed by President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani block, the withdrawal of confidence or the dismissal of Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari from the government after being questioned in parliament.

Majid said Chenkali, told all of Iraq [where] that "the withdrawal of confidence or dismissal is not a matter of conviction only issue of questioning of the Minister of Finance was based on the reaction, and the withdrawal of confidence when many options although not convinced some answers to the minister, but maybe this does not lead to the withdrawal of confidence about him".

He added, "A lot of the blocks seem supportive of the position Zebari not to withdraw confidence compared to other blocks try it."

He predicted Chenkali that "there is a session to vote on the confidence motion," noting that "the convictions of Representatives are determine to resolve the issue," adding that "the issue of withdrawal of confidence from Zebari, a wholly different defense minister differ [art] Khaled al-Obeidi, being the sole representative of the Kurdistan Democratic Party in the federal government, one of the leaders in it. "

And "there are the first two teams supports Zebari and another stands with the withdrawal of confidence about him, and they work all their efforts to achieve their goal, and certainly will be successful who gets the majority vote in parliament."

The House of Representatives, had been questioned in the 27 of last August, Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari [leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party and voted not to conviction Bojobth a move that could pave the way for his dismissal soon.

The cause of interrogation in the incidence of verbal altercations and conflicts of hands between the supporters and opponents for questioning in the parliament session, in what promise to Barzani's political party as a target.

The prime minister Haider al-Abadi that interrogations parliament unconstitutional a legal right to him, but at the same time stressed the need to remove them from the "political target".

He accused Zebari, head of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, to "stand behind the questioning to topple the government and parliament," he said.

He was scheduled to vote at its meeting last Thursday to withdraw confidence from the Minister of Finance but the lack of quorum prevented the meeting which postponed until after the Eid al-Adha holiday.