Abadi excludes five institutions of the list of candidates for the independent bodies

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Said MP from the coalition of state law, Jassim Mohammed Jaafar, that the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi five institutions excluded from the list of candidates for the independent bodies that he plans to submit to parliament soon, stressing that the differences between the political blocs Abadi pushed to postpone the date for the submission of that regulation.

Jafar said in a press statement on Monday, said that the list to be presented by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to parliament includes 20 candidates for the presidencies of independent bodies, and that the choice of the number of candidates has been agreement between the political blocs Abadi.

He said Jaafar, said the prime minister wants to pass the candidates of independent bodies in one transaction the voting process to reshuffle the end of the track, adding that "Abadi feared that the deal blocs with those names, in accordance with the principle of quotas, and therefore will vote for those who see it close to her in sentiment and trends without the other." , as quoted by news agency Nina.

He said Jaafar, said that "the political blocs locked in a struggle for some bodies and not others, is pushing to become the new candidate for the presidency close to them", pointing out that those differences prompted Abadi to postpone the date of submission of candidates for independent bodies until after the end of voting on the cabinet reshuffle and naming security minister.

Jaffer also pointed out that the main bodies that are still controversial and difficult for the prime minister to resolve nominate candidates of their chairs, the Bretton martyrs and political prisoners, and the Office of Financial Supervision and the National Security and Intelligence Service, adding that the list of candidates to be presented to parliament Stakhlu of those institutions until they agree on naming new candidates to their chairs.

The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced last month during a Cabinet meeting, a close submit lists of candidates for heads of independent bodies.

The political agreement under which formed a government Haider al-Abadi in September 2014, provides for the achievement of balanced representation of the components in public office through legislation General Authority to ensure the balance and the formation of the Federal Service Council Act within a period not exceeding six months.