Partisan pressures re-Abadi officials sacked ... and keep the full House of Rep.
Partisan pressures re-Abadi officials sacked ... and keep the full House of Representatives Hamayatem
Long-Presse / Baghdad
After six months of government reforms, senior officials returned to their posts, despite the pressures of partisan dismissed in September. And we remained regiments protect dignitaries unchanged despite a government decision downwards to 90% as stipulated measures announced by the Prime Minister last summer.
During that period it has not been incorporated Habronema ministries in August last legally, the government, according to a leading role in the rule of law, did not send the laws of the ministries which are structured projects. Nor did those involved held accountable judiciary of corruption, it has not been the restoration of stolen money and other smuggled out of the country, as they were aspiring deputy.
During the past months, it has expanded differences with the Kurdistan region. The Kurds feel the occurrence of a bug the size of their representation in the government after the overthrow of two cabinet ministers and deputy prime minister, along with 9 of the other components in a wave of reforms. Kurds believe that the reforms did not make a step toward modifying the judiciary.
On the other hand the government has successfully cut off electricity to the Green Zone for 4 hours per day, and pushed for the adoption of the financial crisis the government on domestic production as is the case with sugar.
And waved Abadi, the weekend in celebration of the founding of the Iraqi police to conduct new reforms, stressing that 2016 will be "in the eradication of corruption and Daash".
Abadi positions came one day after the show of reference dissatisfaction with the failure of reforms achieved over the past year. The representative of the reference that the latter will not exceed this talk now, in a reference counted coalition of citizen publicity reference yellow card in general government.
Product quotas system
He says Khalid al-Asadi, head of the parliamentary bloc of the Dawa Party - Iraq Organization, said that "steps Abadi cancel key positions in the state reduced the rush to positions."
In his interview with al-Asadi (range), asserts that "the path of reform is long, and that the parliamentary system, a product of quotas," pointing out that "participation in the legislative power blocs want a distinct representation in the government and only considered itself to be marginalized."
He hopes the leader of the state law if the change to a presidential system and in turn keeps the Parliament as "controlled post-performance", but recognizes the difficulty of it, "because he needs the constitutional change which will not be easily achieved."
He adds Asadi "At least now can agree on setting new standards for the representation blocs in the government and the choice of personalities empowered to manage the state."
Partisan pressures and the burden of additional
Says a leading role in the rule of law "The prime minister has agreed to restore a number of senior staff positions due to pressure from some parties."
The MP Jassem Mohammed Jaafar (range) for "the return of 15 senior staff from within 123 were exempted last September."
"The exemption officials were not useful, Vwazzra They got rid of the opponents of the proposed names and became estranged ministry exclusive to them," pointing out that "al-Abadi was appointed replacements for deportees who have been referred to retire."
Government sources indicate that some of the subject to the resolution are waiting for the appeals court. The members of the Parliamentary Finance Committee played down the importance of "financial returns for reform" especially after retaining structured ministries and dissolved its employees.
And avoid new salary ladder - who has not seen the light after-prejudice exceptions staff which cost the state 29 trillion dinars annually.
But MP Khalid al-Asadi defends actions reducing its government by saying "the results of limbering will not appear in the beginning, but it certainly contributed to reducing the sagging career."
Although al-Asadi, a recognition that the integration of ministries each carrying ministers and staff additional burdens, and that the government did not send the laws to re-integrate structured ministries, but he calls the last to "continue the reforms and not to stop."
And it included a list of the government's reforms, announced in August, up protections personal, which is estimated at 18 battalions in addition to the two brigades are following for the presidency, as well as Saraya discipline and preparation of 12561 component charge the salaries of the time at 200 billion dinars estimated annually.
MP Jassem Mohammed Jaafar and asserts that "by 30 parliamentary still retains the protection element, and the Minister are free to choose the number of his bodyguards."
The leader of the state law to "pressure against Interior Minister Mohammed Ghabban frequent requests from prominent figures to increase the number of them to protect them."
A government decree issued last year mandating reduction of the preparation of the protection of the House of Representatives in half. MP says Najiba Najib (range), "The decision should have been applied at the beginning of this year, but it has not been implemented for lack of instructions on how to give up half of the present, and where to go."
It is assumed that all parliamentary gets 16 protection component distributors. Najib says that "it will not be a financial benefit, salaries are they will get if they enrolled in boarding and defense will be greater than the previous salary increase of up 200-250 thousand dinars."
The sources in the Ministry of Education considered that the integration of science and technology, the need to the amount of 400 billion dinars annually.
Accounting corrupt and limbering
Furthermore, the Kurdish MP says that "the government breached limbering-sized Alsaasah participate in the process," pointing out that the Kurds have lost two ministers, namely the Minister of Women's Affairs, and Minister of State, along with the Rose Nuri Shaways, who took the post of deputy prime minister.
MP from the Kurdistan Democratic Party and adds that "the political reforms have not abolished the paper in which we accordingly in the government of al-Abadi, but the latter has not committed to solving the problems with the province or payment of staff salaries and support the Peshmerga."
But Rep. Najiba Najib confirms that "a large proportion Abadi succeeded in reducing its government and merge ministries," and cited the adoption of state institutions at the local product such as sugar and oil in light of the financial crisis. But Najib believes that "the government did not do much on the reform of the judiciary."
In turn, described the victory MP Jubouri, a member of coalition forces, reforms Abadi 6 months after its launch as "ink on paper".
Said al-Jubouri, in connection with the (range), "support the government in conducting reforms, but did not provide Abadi one responsible to justice despite formed special committees to eliminate corruption."
And critical of the MP for Mosul faltering steps the government to recover money contraband, which it sees as one of the causes of the financial crisis experienced by Iraq.
Does not rule out a member of the Union of powers and the pressures exercised by the presence of parties on the decisions of the prime minister, but believes that "the government has failed in its responsibility exclusively issues such as solving the power crisis or the provision of services."
And stresses the House of Representatives (range) continued power cuts for the Green Zone, which includes the Parliament and government business Mgara Western embassies, an average of 4 hours per day, in excess of 16 hours across Iraq.