Anger in the Iraqi parliament signals a revolt against Abdul Mahdi

Anger in the Iraqi parliament signals a revolt against Abdul Mahdi

Sunday, 20 January 2019 at 19:15 pm

Anger in the Iraqi parliament signals a revolt against Abdul MahdiBaghdad / Sky Press

MP Alaa Sukkar that some new developments in the formation of the Iraqi government will appear in the coming days.

He added in a statement that Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, left the matter to the political blocs to resolve the selection of ministers (Interior, Defense and Justice), during the coming period.

He explained that leaving the matter to the political blocs to resolve the three ministries, could contribute to resolving the crisis in the coming days.

Earlier, the MP for “Saron”, Rami al-Sakini, said that the bloc “reform and reconstruction” will not vote on any candidate is a partisan or came to “a decision from outside Iraq,” while Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, “not to play the role of doctor in Emergency lobby “, refused to form a government with” convenient installment. ”

The source of the parliament, that the state of anger prevail in the Iraqi Council of Representatives, after the completion of the formation of the government, where the selection of ministers of Interior, Defense and Interior so far, especially after the expiration of the deadline of 100 days.

The source added that the state of anger will push some alliances to take decisive positions towards the Mahdi government, and accounting for the past period, especially that it has not made anything concrete on the ground so far, “according to his description.”

The Iraqi parliament continues its meetings, ranging from discussing the budget paragraphs of 2019, and reading some bills before the end of the first legislative term, without the table of any reference to the completion of the formation of the government, amid accusations by some ministers of the government sectarianism.

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