Jaafari: Reform Commission Sttbages with other blocs to resolve file security ministr
Jaafari: Reform Commission Sttbages with other blocs to resolve file security ministries
Baghdad confirmed the National Alliance, Saturday, that the Reform Committee set up by the will hold talks with other political blocs to consider a number of outstanding issues, noting that the most important priorities to resolve file security ministries and tackle corruption, as pointed out that the Commission divided the problems and will have solutions in three phases .
The head of the alliance, Ibrahim Jaafari, at a press conference in Baghdad, said that the "Committee for the reforms that form the National Alliance will soon hold talks with other political blocs to crystallize a lot of issues, the most important resolution of file security ministries, and to develop a formula to eliminate the financial and administrative corruption in government departments ".
Jaafari said that "the Commission divided the problems and have been timing by importance," adding that "the reform of the Commission has implemented many goals will go and when we see the need to hold national meeting Fsnljo to it being a practice unconstitutional."
The National Alliance was announced on Friday (the sixth of the current July 2012), for authorization for the Reform Committee set up by approaching other political blocs and dialogues with them, stressing the importance of calming the media by all political parties.
The Commission for the Reform set up by the coalition to reform the political process, in (the fourth of July, current), a meeting attended by representatives of political entities affiliated with it (most notably a coalition of state law and the Islamic Supreme Council and the Sadrists), and saw the completion of the previous discussions to get out to see a united and clear about the political issues at hand, day after the invitation of the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, as the Committee shall be impartial and not reform, "Maalikis," and demanding Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, to be serious about reform before the end the parties to withdraw confidence from it.
Revealed a coalition of state law, (26 June 2012), for the National Alliance to form a committee to develop a paper includes components all, including the Sadrist movement, to develop a paper for political reform, to accommodate the problems of the political process and the government and the state.
The State of Law coalition, led by al-Maliki, in (the first of July now), that the Sadrist movement has returned to its previous position insured reform, while between that power is a part of the basis of the mass of reform set up by the National Alliance, pointed out that the most important items of the reform is to nominate ministers security and complete the rules of procedure of the House and Cabinet.
It is noteworthy that President Jalal Talabani, who is subject to medical tests in Germany threatened, in (16 from last June), to resign if forced to change his convictions, asserting that his office requires impartiality and unity, calling for political parties to resort to the dialogue table.