15 ministers obtain the approval of the chest and the Kurds are staying in office
Government technocrats .. 15 ministers obtain the approval of the chest and the Kurds are staying in office
Published on: 25-04-2016, 10:40
BAGHDAD / Hassan Shammari:
Political sources revealed, Monday, for the approval of the cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, the 15 ministers in the new line-up, as pointed out that the Kurds Minister may remain unchanged because of the insistence of the Kurdistan Alliance, not to replace them.
The sources said in the interview I followed “Sky Press”, “The current movement in Baghdad are on two separate; first, by the President of the Parliament for the reform of the internal situation in the House of Representatives and hold a regular session, Tuesday, through a series of discussions with the leaders of political blocs and the rest of the House of Representatives of the protesters who have dropped their number to less than 60, until Sunday evening, but despite that, al-Jubouri moves to contain them, before Tuesday’s session. ”
It seeks political views, in the forefront of President Fuad Masum, to encircle the parliament crisis, at a time when the House of Representatives sitters in achieving a quorum failed to hold a parliamentary session for more than three times.
The sources pointed out that “Abadi moves on the second line, to agree to form a new government amended that will be the third of its kind within one month,” asserting that “the new ministerial list will remain at the threshold of” 22 ministers will be ministers names placed first and second selection, add to that the Kurds Minister may remain unchanged because of the insistence of the Kurdistan Alliance, not to replace them, and will remain as minister of defense and interior intact. ”
The sources added that “the 15 ministers in the new selection were permitted by the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, while a green light waiting for the rest of the blocks, most notably Ktlta Nuri al-Maliki and Ammar al-Hakim,” asserting that “the meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, would be dedicated to the government, but to the parliament, through more like a Baltsalehih amid fear of corrupting as other sessions meeting, according to sources.
He called on al-Sadr, on Sunday, his supporters to postpone the “million-man march angry” to tomorrow, Tuesday, and attributed this to the postponement of the parliamentary session, while urging them “not to support the reform of default.”
And went chest to his supporters, in a statement issued by his office, saying, “We have postponed the parliamentary session to Tuesday, so Make Tazahratkm peaceful millions of angry Tuesday and not Monday.”