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Maliki is seeking to form a lobby of Parliament passed amendments to block Abadi

April 3, 2016 

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Some of the Iraqi National Alliance parties seemed satisfied with the new line-up put forward by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, which forced them to move toward the formation of a lobby in parliament to block the pass line-up after the ten-day deadline that precedes the end of the voting session.

The remaining days of the deadline crucial period to determine the fate of the government, at a time when al-Abadi to bridge the gap between the views of the political blocs trying to agree on the selection, meets the efforts made by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, within the coalition and outside, trying to pull the rug from under the first and derail the upcoming government.

 

The deputy in the National Alliance , for "new Arab", " The Maliki racing against time through extensive meetings with the National Alliance leaders and even leaders of the coalition forces, to rally against the new government Abadi , " noting that he "began offering views affirm the right of the political blocs to choose candidates and bring them to Abadi and not vice versa as happened. "

He MP who requested anonymity, that "al-Maliki indicates that al-Abadi exceeded the elections, and jumped on the political consensus government program, and bypass the Constitution and the law, and himself a government formed by a unit of without reference to the political blocs, which means that Sinfrd virtue of the State Administration alone. "

He added that "al-Maliki could influence within the National Alliance blocks except for al-Sadr bloc, which did not come close ones," adding that it "seeks to collect the largest number of naysayers of Representatives for a variety of non-approval and form an opposition bloc to the new government," noting that he "succeeded in influencing a number of blocks and blocks, especially those who see themselves affected by the change, including the virtue mass and mass Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, in addition to the Badr bloc. "

 

He stressed that "the Parliamentary build-up in the case has been agreed upon will hinder pass the government will reduce the chances of its success."

For his part, MP said the state law, led by al-Maliki, Jassim Mohammed Jaafar, said that "the new government will face Abadi rejecting the objection of the political blocs in the parliament."

Jafar said in a press statement, "The current atmosphere is ripe to challenge the government Abadi within the parliament," noting that "the rejection faced selection is not just one block, but from the Kurdistan Alliance and the Alliance of blocks of the Iraqi forces and others."

He pointed out that "modern Abadi to provide replacements for each candidate has been rejected by Parliament, is illogical and unacceptable; it will open the door to automatically extend the deadline to the roof about six months instead of ten days."

Recognizes the Iraqi parliament, on Thursday evening, government amendments Abadi file, after Parliament agreement on receiving and then vote on them within 10 days, with the adoption of amendments relating to agents ministers and directors-general and heads of other bodies and institutions, such as the judiciary and the central bank and the election commission, a month after the adoption of The new government reshuffle.

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Will someone please tell me how come this guy is still sucking air off this planet? I thought that they were going to incarcerate all the corrupt butt wipes? They missed the biggest dingleberry of all, that  Klingon  Al Maliki. Only the corrupt politicians are upset with the cabinet reshuffle. Go figure that Maliki is squawking the loudest. At some point they are going to have to round his flea infested, camel smelling a$$ up and give him what he deserves. (No offense camels). Unfortunately he may be able to stall this thing. I hope parliament comes through with the approval vote if, for nothing else, to shut Maliki up for a minute. Man, I wish that guy would take a dirt nap!

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Maliki is messing with the wrong man, now......

It was Abaibi & the cleric Hakim who asked Moqtada al-Sadr to stop at the Green Zone and to peacefully protest. Sadr made it very clear that these technocrats were to be installed, all pending laws passed and the government at once give the citizens their share of the oil proceeds. This will be Iraq's last chance at a peaceful conclusion at forming a democratic government. 

If Maliki continues to meddle and interrupt the installation of these new technocrat cabinet members, Sadr is going to morph into something  that will make Iran's Qod Forces look like catholic choirboys.

If these reforms are stalled by Maliki, Sadr will unleash his million man army, storm the Green Zone and round up all these thieves......this time Sadr's Brigade will torture  and decapitate. Maliki's head will be paraded around Baghdad on a pike.

 

 

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My thinking has always been that things will continue to be in disarray an complicated until Maliki an the SOL block has been delt with... You can't go through the motions of trying to rid the country of corruption when you have one of the top most corrupt officials still living in palaces an still part of the government. Just my opinion of course. 

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Nuri is worth more alive than dead. Over $50,000,000,000 more if my recollection is correct. I'd suggest offering him a $10,000,000 finders fee if he can somehow recover the $50B accidently misplaced during his PM tenure , with the understanding that he will reside in Uganda and will be hung if he dabbles in politics anywhere ever again. The alternative to his cooperation would be visit to the basement.

 

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add this..

History of edits:: 2.4.2016 18:37 • 227 visits readable
Legal expert: Abadi can dismiss all ministers and accept their resignation and appointment Bdelhm
[Wayne - Baghdad] 
said legal expert Tareq Harb, said Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi can legally sack all the ministers, and the acceptance of their resignations and appointment Bdelhm.
He added in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, commenting on the authority of the Prime Minister to sack all the ministers , "said the Prime Minister the power to sack all the ministers, and the authority to accept the resignation of all the ministers, and the consequent dismissed or resigned," sack the government "any dismissal of Prime minister or dismiss the cabinet. " 
He said the war that" the Iraqi constitution in 2005 and the system of the Council of Ministers No. 8 of 2014 and the rules of procedure of the House of Representatives in 2006, did not restrict the authority of the prime minister or arrange legal effect or constitutionally dismiss all ministers or their resignations, but remains chairman Minister, and his new ministers nomination, rather than who has a pink slip, or has resigned. " 
He noted that" the position of the Constitution and systems entrants to the Council of Ministers and the House of Representatives in this regard is different from the attitude of some constitutions in the world , which is considered to have resigned the Prime Minister, the ministry resigned if it included the change more of the half. " 
He continued the war that" this confirms the validity of the prime minister to sack Minister General absolutely comprehensive, as stated in Article 78 of the Constitution and not an ad hoc authority or restricted or fragmented, especially since publishing the law in the official Gazette No. 78 of 1977 , decided that the singular is intended by the combination. "
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Jubouri discuss with Maliki the political situation variables

 

 

   
 

 
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discussed the Chairman of the House of Representatives, Saleem al - Jubouri, the head of a coalition of state law, Nuri al - Maliki, the political situation and frameworks for cooperation between all the forces variables, as discussed with Turkish Ambassador Farouk Qimagja, developments in bilateral relations between the two countries and ways to improve them, al - Jubouri reviewed with the Committee on the Rights Human parliamentary mechanisms for selecting the UN High Commissioner for Human rights members. 

a statement by the Office of the chairman of the House of Representatives, said al -Jubouri , "met the president of a coalition of state law , Nuri al - Maliki, and discussed with him the political situation and frameworks for cooperation between all political forces in order to reach the best solutions that will variables contribute to the success of the forthcoming reforms. " Furthermore, discussed the al - Jubouri , the Turkish ambassador to Iraq Farouq Qimagja, developments in bilateral relations between the two countries and ways to improve them and to enhance the common interests of the two neighbors. 

A statement by the Office of the al - Jubouri, said the meeting, witnessed discuss ways to provide support to Iraq, particularly in the economic sides and relief. 

Within so, search the Speaker of Parliament, with the Human rights Commission in Parliament, choosing the UN High Commissioner for Human rights , members of the mechanisms. 

According to a parliamentary source, in a press statement that «al - Jubouri discuss with the Committee the development of mechanisms and the announcement of the introduction of the candidates for the Commission and the conditions required for it».

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add this one for a reality check...

History of edits:: 04/04/2016 12:53 • 95 visits readable
Jubouri: the parliament would accept the resignation or dismissal of ministers and vote on bench
{Baghdad} Euphrates News said Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, said parliament would go to take a decision on two things: either to accept the resignation or dismissal of ministers if the prime minister submitted a request.
According to a parliamentary source told {Euphrates News}, said al - Jubouri , "he said during today 's meeting, that the parliament will go to take a decision on two things : either to accept the resignation of ministers or dismissal in the case of the Prime Minister made a request to that effect and then vote on the bench , taking into account the evaluation will spend its process the House of Representatives. " 
he Jubouri , according to the source , " it was the distribution of the CVs of the candidates to all MPs and committees for their information and guidance of all committees to the Minister evaluated according to the corresponding committee the ministry to demonstrate his competence and professionalism, and we are waiting committees such assessments. " 
he added, were" directing wrote to integrity Commission and criminal enrollment and accountability and justice Commission to consider development of the candidates, have we got a book of integrity and wait for the rest of the official authorities and the parliament will taking assessments within the deadline will be forwarded to the Prime Minister to indicate the position of the parliament of his proposals. " 
He stressed that " there is a common understanding between the three presidencies to complete the reform process in accordance with timings specified time , "adding that" We are waiting for the parliamentary committees today own assessments of candidates , each according to corresponding ministry of the parliamentary Committee competent ".anthy
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Do you feel the Pressure Maliki....

History of edits:: 04/04/2016 13:28 • 37 visits readable
Jubouri: There is a common understanding between the three presidencies to complete the reform process
[Oan- Baghdad] 
Parliament Speaker Salim al - Jubouri said "there is a common understanding between the three presidencies to complete the reform process in accordance with the schedule time."
He said al - Jubouri in a parliament session today , "it was the CVs of the candidates distributed to all MPs and committees for their information and guidance of all committees to the Minister evaluated according to the corresponding committee the ministry to demonstrate his competence and professionalism and wait for committees such assessments." 
He also "was directed wrote to the Integrity Commission and criminal enrollment The accountability and justice Commission to consider development of the candidates have got a book of integrity and wait for the rest of the official authorities and the parliament will taking Baltakimat within the deadline will be forwarded to the Prime Minister to indicate the position of the parliament of his proposals. " 
He Jubouri , " we are waiting for the parliamentary committees today own assessments of candidates , each according to corresponding ministry the competent parliamentary committee. " 
He stressed that" the parliament will go to take a decision on two things either accept the resignation of the minister or the pink slip in the event of the Prime Minister made a request to that effect and then vote on the bench , keeping in mind the assessment will go by the House process. "
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23 hours ago, TennesseeCherokee said:

Maliki is messing with the wrong man, now......

It was Abaibi & the cleric Hakim who asked Moqtada al-Sadr to stop at the Green Zone and to peacefully protest. Sadr made it very clear that these technocrats were to be installed, all pending laws passed and the government at once give the citizens their share of the oil proceeds. This will be Iraq's last chance at a peaceful conclusion at forming a democratic government. 

If Maliki continues to meddle and interrupt the installation of these new technocrat cabinet members, Sadr is going to morph into something  that will make Iran's Qod Forces look like catholic choirboys.

If these reforms are stalled by Maliki, Sadr will unleash his million man army, storm the Green Zone and round up all these thieves......this time Sadr's Brigade will torture  and decapitate. Maliki's head will be paraded around Baghdad on a pike.

 

 

I agree.

I suspect al-Sadr's influence will grow even more with al-Maliki and associates dispatched and the Iranian Qod (militias) expelled off Iraqi soil (Turkish forces will likely, too, be booted) as well as all the other noncoalition forces (ISIS extermination included) making Iraq more of a stand alone entity.

All good news for us.

For those who may not know, CV stands for Curriculum Vitae.  A Curriculum Vitae is kinda like a resume but includes other biographic information not typically included in resumes in the US.

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5 minutes ago, Lenape said:

His Face makes me SICK.. I thought this Garbage was out of the Picture...He should have been GONE a LONG Time Ago..... W T F

WTF

what the fun

never thought of that one before

 

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