Government policy is moving toward a totalitarian regime, which is run by a single party
Deputy for Iraq: Government policy is moving toward a totalitarian regime, which is run by a single party
Friday, December 28 1 / December 2012 03:09
[Baghdad – where]
MP for the Iraqi List, Hamza Alkrtani that government policy is moving toward a totalitarian regime Central which has all the powers and control of the entire state, which is managed by a single party.
He told all of Iraq [where], that “there is no glimmer of hope on the horizon that could be optimistic the performance of the government and we expect to continue to crises until the upcoming parliamentary elections, or be beaten for partners politicians and liquidated and build a state of the color and shape of another.”
He Alkrtani that “quotas, exclusion and marginalization of the elements efficient, because ablation based on a sectarian basis, in addition to cronyism and clientelism, bribery and royalties, contributed to keep the right people for their positions, while there managers with a degree graduates middle forged, and this is a big mistake in the work of the state,” according to he said. ”
Several blocks and political leaders have threatened to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki after accused of exclusivity power and political crisis, due to differences between the blocs on matters concerning the management of the state and the agreements concluded between them and against which the current government was formed.
Extinguish the spark confidence after National Alliance proposed issuing paper sweeping reforms of the state and the political process as well as the initiative of the President of his intention to pick up the blocks included in a national meeting to resolve differences.
And is currently witnessing a conservative gray protests and sit-ins, over the arrest of members of the protection of the Office of the Minister of Finance leader of the Iraqi List, Rafie al-Issawi, who counted this matter encroachment on one component and accused forces that carried out the arrest militias. expire 2