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Parliament votes on the candidates of the interior, defense and justice and rejects education (expanded)

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1 hour ago, GregHi said:

Yes thank you Yota!! Great news!! I wonder if the Education minister is really that important.. in other words is the GOI considered complete?

I would say not 100% complete however the Defense and Interior are the most important in the eyes of the world for Security!! My guess is they will get the Education minister still voted in sometime this week they just didn’t agree on that one guy. They are back tomorrow also! This is beyond HUGE News folks and to me we finally have a shot of them increasing the value hopefully by July 1st!! Iraq has been on fire lately getting things done when they need to so let’s Go Iraq you can DO IT!!

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10 hours ago, yota691 said:

Parliament will hold consecutive sessions on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday

 

Amazing, how they get a fire lit underneath them with a two month break right around the corner.

                            Then they can report....'hey, look, we did something'. ;)

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                          Queue up Meatloaf....."Three Out Of Four Ain't Bad". :lol:
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2 hours ago, GregHi said:

So is the government complete at this point?

 

1 hour ago, GregHi said:

Yes thank you Yota!! Great news!! I wonder if the Education minister is really that important.. in other words is the GOI considered complete?

 

1 hour ago, blueskyline said:

I would guess it's not a complete government until all ministers are seated . But at the same time. We never have seen this happen .

If you want to get technical, I would have to agree with blueskyline. But education is a nickel and dime job. It's all about Defense and Interior. Therefore,in the big picture I would say yes. Ed will get done. The major obstacles of Def and Int are done. Smooth sailing going forward.

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So do we really think the RV will happen before the end of June because the ministry has been seated?

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Sure it’s a possibility Cranman because Shabibi always said he needed a fully seated government and security beforehand! So is there a possibility absolutely but will they do it who knows we can only hope and pray they will since we have had such great news from the CBI leading up to this! 

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ChuckFinley said:

If you want to get technical, I would have to agree with blueskyline. But education is a nickel and dime job. It's all about Defense and Interior. Therefore,in the big picture I would say yes. Ed will get done. The major obstacles of Def and Int are done. Smooth sailing going forward.

 

 

 

Yep, this should be simple.....

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Under pressure, Iraq PM finally fills cabinet vacancies

By Rudaw 1 hour ago 
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Under pressure, Iraq PM finally fills cabinet vacancies
Adil Abdul-Mahdi leaves the Baghdad parliament chamber after his appointment as Iraqi prime minister, October 2018. File photo: Hadi Mizban / AP 
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – Seven months after establishing a government, Iraqi Prime Minister Adil-Abdul-Mahdi has finally filled the remaining empty chairs around his cabinet table, approving nominations for the ministries of justice, defense, and the interior.

Following weeks of pressure from Shiite party blocs, Iraq’s highest religious authority, and firebrand cleric and kingmaker Muqtada al-Sadr, the PM may have successfully extinguished a political fire that threatened to bring down his administration. 

The Baghdad parliament approved the nominees on Monday afternoon.

Judge Farouk Shawani won parliament’s vote of confidence to become minster of justice. He is a Kurd and a member of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), who won the backing of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP). 

Shawani was however presented by Abdul-Mahdi as an independent, according to Rudaw’s correspondent in Baghdad Mustafa Goran.

Najah Al Shammari, a Sunni politician from the Al-Mihwar al-Watani Alliance, won parliamentary approval to become minister of defense – a post typically reserved for a Sunni candidate.

Yassin Al Yasiri, a Shiite politician from the Bina Coalition, was also approved by the parliament to become minister of the interior – a post typically reserved for a Shiite candidate.

Savana Al Tai failed, a Christian candidate, failed to win parliamentary approval to become minister of education. The post is typically reserved for a Sunni candidate. It is now the only department without a minister.

Parliament’s rival blocs had squabbled over the senior posts for months. Top ministerial jobs are typically divided up on sectarian lines between Iraq’s Shiite majority and its Sunni and Kurdish minorities. 

Abdul-Mahdi, an independent technocrat appointed by President Barham Salih, has tried to balance the demands of Iraq’s deeply divided parties and ethnoreligious groups. 

Although the cabinet dispute appears to be settled, the Iraqi PM is also under mounting pressure to urgently fix the country’s ramshackle infrastructure and address widespread corruption.

Iraq also risks being dragged into a proxy war between the US and Iran. Abdul-Mahdi is pursuing a neutral stance in the tensions and hopes to mediate between Iraq’s allies in Washington and Tehran. 

However, pro-Iran parties and militias are causing the PM problems which rivals may try to exploit
 
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Iraq Finally Appoints Defence, Interior, Justice Ministers

 
 Basnews English 24/06/2019 - 16:18 Published in Iraq
Iraq Finally Appoints Defence, Interior, Justice Ministers
 

ERBIL — The Iraqi parliament held a session on Monday during which it approved three candidates to the vacant posts of ministers of defence, interior, and justice.

Yasin Yaseri was approved for the ministry of interior and Najah Ali Shamari was given enough votes to become the minister of defence.

The legislative also approved Farouq Amin Shwani, a Kurdish politician, as the minister of justice.

Four ministries were remaining vacant for more than six months at the Iraqi government due to political disputes.

PM Adil Abdul-Mahdi submitted four candidates to the parliament on Sunday.

However, Safa Hamdani, nominated for the ministry of education, was rejected during the Monday parliamentary session.

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8 minutes ago, Dinarrock said:

Sure it’s a possibility Cranman because Shabibi always said he needed a fully seated government and security beforehand! So is there a possibility absolutely but will they do it who knows we can only hope and pray they will since we have had such great news from the CBI leading up to this! 

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Iraqi Parliament fills three key ministerial posts after months of disagreements

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Iraqi Parliament fills three key ministerial posts after months of disagreements
The Iraqi parliament votes on the new Iraqi government, headed by Adil Abdul-Mahdi, October 24, 2018 in Baghdad. (Photo: AFP/Getty Images)
 
 

ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) — The Iraqi Parliament on Monday in a majority vote elected three candidates to key ministerial posts in the government of Adil Abdul-Mahdi, months after the federal election.

The parliament elected Najah Hassan al-Shamari as Minister of Defense, Yassin al-Yasiri for the Minister of Interior, and Farouq Amin Shwani as the Minister of Justice, a lawmaker told Kurdistan 24.

Safana al-Hamdani, a candidate for the Minister of Education, failed to receive enough votes in parliament, the lawmaker added.

Shamari is a Sunni Arab and senior Iraqi military officer who was supported and nominated by Ayad Allawi, the former Prime Minister and vice-President of Iraq.

Yassiri is backed by Ammar al-Hakim, a senior Shia leader, whose parliamentary bloc with 19 seats recently announced they would play the role of the opposition during this parliamentary term.

Shwani is a high-ranking Kurdish judge born in the province of Kirkuk. He was the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan’s (PUK) candidate. His nomination was the result of a PUK agreement with the leading Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), which previously insisted on the post and presented a competing candidate. 

Hamdani was the candidate of Iraqi Sunni leader Khamis Khanjar. It is the second candidate for the post backed by Khanjar to be rejected.

The aforementioned posts had been left empty for many months due to disagreements between the major parliamentary blocs.

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Urgent Halabousi: reducing the salaries of special grades and deputies and reduce their protection by half

Editorial date:: 2019/6/24 16:11684 times read http://alforatnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=201772
Halabousi: reducing the salaries of special grades and deputies and reduce their protection by half
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mohamed Halabousi, announced the reduction of salaries of special grades and members of Parliament.
A statement by the parliamentary information service received by the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of Halabousi confirmed "not to grant any privileges to any former or current deputy, whether to give them cars or money."
Halboussi pointed to "reducing the salaries of special grades and the inclusion of the House of Representatives in addition to reducing the elements of protection in half without any objection."
He pointed out, "the privileges of conservatives and members of the provincial councils by virtue of their work more than members of the House of Representatives."
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The House of Representatives votes on the Ministers of Defense, Interior and Justice and ends the reading of two laws (expanded)

Editorial date: 2019/6/24 16:03224 times read
The House of Representatives votes on the Ministers of Defense, Interior and Justice and ends the reading of two laws (expanded)
(Baghdad: Euphrates News) Voice of the House of Representatives in its twenty-sixth session, held under the chairmanship of Mohammed Halbusi, the President of the Council on Monday and in the presence of 233 deputies vote on the ministers of defense and interior and justice and ended the first reading of the two laws as he began to discuss the draft law of the Federal Court .
At the beginning of the meeting, President Halabousi announced the receipt of a letter from the Prime Minister, including his commitment to what was presented in the government program, noting that the Prime Minister gave the names in accordance with the best estimate of compatibility and efficiency, noting that in the event of rejection of the Council some or all names, Others after 3 days as a maximum.
The council completed the vote on the cabinet reshuffle, giving confidence to the success of Hassan Ali al-Shammari, the minister of defense, Yasin Taha Hassan al-Yasiri as interior minister and Farouk Amin Osman Mohamed Shwani as minister of justice.
The Council also approved the request of the Prime Minister to exempt Shaima Khalil Al-Hayali, who had previously won the confidence of the Council for the post of Minister of Education and subsequently applied for exemption from this task.
The council voted not to grant confidence to Ms. Safana Hussain Ali al-Hamdani as minister of education after she received 109 votes out of 233 votes.
Then Najah al-Shammari, Yasin al-Yasiri and Faruq Shwani were sworn in as ministers of defense, interior and justice.
Mohamed Mahmoud Zaher was sworn in as a replacement for former MP Mansour al-Muradid, who took over the post of governor of Nineveh province after the council approved the addition of a clause on the agenda.
The Council completed the first reading of the draft law on freedom of expression, assembly and peaceful demonstration submitted by human rights, security, defense, legal, culture, media, tourism and archeology committees with the aim of drawing up a mechanism to guarantee freedom of expression by all means, freedom of assembly, peaceful demonstration and the right to know, Or public morals and to identify those responsible for organizing and punishing violators.
During the session, which was chaired by Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Bashir Haddad, the Council concluded the first reading of the proposed law of the Iraqi National Olympic Committee, submitted by the Youth, Sports and Legal Committees based on the changes that took place in the work of the Committee after 2003 and the embodiment of the deep belief in the To play an active role in social and cultural life, to prepare athletes, to develop their physical and mental abilities, to compete internationally and regionally, to establish and disseminate Olympic principles among athletes and to ensure that our country takes its proper place within the Olympic sports movement. The world for the purpose of re-establishing a new Olympic committee to oversee the sport of higher achievement.
In turn, the representative of the government in the House of Representatives Turhan Mufti to wait in the legislation of the law until the arrival of observations from the Council of Ministers for the existence of financial obligations in it.
The Council proceeded to discuss the draft law of the Federal Supreme Court, submitted by the Legal Committee.
The deputies discussed the lack of support for the combination of the presidency of the court to the federal and the Supreme Judicial Council and reduce the number of religious scholars in the court to 3 jurists with the importance of determining who is the nomination of judges of the Federal Court and the need to remove the figures of the Court on quotas to reduce the impact on the separation of disputes and reduce the service of judges and experts In the court for less than 12 years and change the nomination.
The interventions focused on the importance of adopting a simple majority in voting within the court and maintaining the independence of the authorities, as well as holding meetings by agreement and majority, and stipulating that special rulings and decisions should be approved by three quarters of Islamic jurisprudents in the court to ensure that the rules of Islam are not opposed.
The deputy chairman of the council, Bashir Haddad, said that the draft law will continue to be discussed in future sessions of its importance.
The Council discussed the issue of employees of the protection of oil installations and their equality with their counterparts in the Ministries of Defense and Interior and the subject of working to turn free lecturers into contracts and pay their financial dues and cancel the contract of the Basrah Gas Company with Al-Sabah Company as well as the restitution of their contracts from the employees of the Ministries of Interior and Defense and attention to health reality, The decisions of appointing the first graduate students and holders of higher degrees in addition to the emphasis on the implementation of the law banning games that incite violence and amend the Customs Law and alleviate the suffering of graduates of students of non-Iraqi medical colleges through the brain Tabh Ministry of Higher Education to ease its own procedures for testing students.
The Council also discussed the provision of employment opportunities to citizens through reducing foreign labor and stopping the excesses of the Shiite Waqf on the property of the Sunni Waqf and instructing the Ministry of Electricity to exempt a Japanese company from the terms of contracts to complete its tasks in the development of the power plant in Samawah in Samawah province and expedite the termination of the Agency work for special grades and maintain the prestige of the Council Deputies through the deputies continue with the ministries.
For his part, the Speaker of the House of Representatives not to grant any privileges to any former or current deputy whether to grant them cars or money, noting the reduction of salaries of special grades and the inclusion of the House of Representatives in addition to reducing the elements of protection in half without any objection, pointing out that the privileges of conservatives and members Provincial councils by virtue of their work more than members of the House of Representatives.
It was then decided to adjourn the meeting until Tuesday
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Monday، 24 June 2019 03:07 PM

Iraqi Par't finally fills three key ministerial posts

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https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/en/Story/42043/Iraqi-Par-t-finally-fills-three-key-ministerial-posts

 

The Iraqi Parliament on Monday finally elected three candidates to key ministerial posts in the government of Adil Abdul-Mahdi.

The parliament elected Najah Hassan al-Shamari as Minister of Defense, Yassin al-Yasiri for the Minister of Interior, and Farouq Amin Shwani as the Minister of Justice.

Shamari is a Sunni Arab and senior Iraqi military officer who was supported and nominated by Ayad Allawi, the former Prime Minister and vice-President of Iraq.

Yassiri is backed by Ammar al-Hakim, a senior Shia leader, whose parliamentary bloc with 19 seats recently announced they would play the role of the opposition during this parliamentary term.

Shwani is a high-ranking Kurdish judge who served as the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan’s (PUK) candidate.

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Badr parliamentary renewed support for the government program of Abdul Mahdi

Articles 24/06/2019 03:13 PM | Number of readings:
Badr parliamentary renewed support for the government program of Abdul Mahdi

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Al-Ahed News - Baghdad

The Badr parliamentary bloc renewed its support to Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi for the success of the government program.

A member of the bloc Walid Sahlani, told a news conference attended by "The Covenant News" on Monday, that "the bloc confirms its support for the government to make the success of its government after the vote on the new ministers."

And voted the Iraqi Council of Representatives earlier on the remaining cabinet cabinet except for the Ministry of Education, which will vote on the candidate on Thursday. "

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Deputy: Abdul Mahdi will submit a new candidate for education within three days

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The deputy of the Reform Alliance Raad Hussein, on Monday, that Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi told the political blocs that he will submit a new candidate for the Ministry of Education within three days.

Hussein said in a statement to Al-Maaloumah that Abdul-Mahdi will present the name of a new candidate to the Ministry of Education after the rejection of its candidate Safana Al-Hamdani in three days. He pointed out that Al-Hamdani's refusal came because she does not have a professional biography that gives her the position of the Ministry of Education. Lack of support for most of the members of the House of Representatives. "

He added that "the new name of the Ministry of Education will be presented by Abdul Mahdi in isolation from the political blocs," noting that "the parliament will vote on the candidate in the event of conviction."

The parliament voted on candidate Najah al-Shammari as defense minister and candidate Yasin al-Yasiri as minister of interior while granting confidence to Kurdistan Alliance candidate Faruq Amin al-Shwani as minister of justice. End 25 T

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The Sadr Alliance sets conditions for voting on special grades and moves to cancel the privileges of "Rafha"

https://www.shafaaq.com/ar/سیاسة/تحالف-الصدر-يضع-شروطا-للتصويت-على-الدرجات-الخاصة-ويتحرك-لإلغاء-امتيازات-رفحاء/

2019/06/24 04:46:37
 

(Reuters) - A coalition of the Sadoun alliance, backed by Sadr's leader Moqtada al-Sadr, said on Monday it would not vote for candidates for special grades and independent bodies unless they were "independent technocrats."

"We will not vote for any candidate in the special ranks and independent bodies unless they are independent and impartial, professionally, in the belief that we will end partisan and sectarian quotas and dismantle the deep state," Nabil al-Turfi, a spokesman for the bloc, told a joint news conference with a number of deputies in the parliament. .

"We are working to abolish any privileges granted to officials or some social groups such as Rafha and other detainees in application and to achieve social justice."

The Iraqi parliament was given confidence earlier today to the Minister of Defense, Interior and Justice in vacant positions in the current government headed by Adel Abdul Mahdi, while the approval of the Minister of Education was not obtained.

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55 minutes ago, cranman said:

So do we really think the RV will happen before the end of June because the ministry has been seated?

Why the confusion?  It was a question.

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Three new ministers in Abdul Mahdi's government are sworn in

https://www.shafaaq.com/ar/سیاسة/ثلاثة-وزراء-جدد-بحكومة-عبدالمهدي-يؤدون-اليمين-الدستورية/

2019/06/24 04:54:27
 

Shafaq News / Three new ministers were sworn in in the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi.
The parliament voted earlier on the candidates of the ministries of defense, interior and justice, while the nomination of the Minister of Education was not obtained by the confidence of deputies who vote.
Following the vote, Najah al-Shammari was defense minister, Yasin al-Yasiri was interior minister and Faruq Shwani was minister of justice.

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Badr Al-Nabiya: We are convinced of the completion of the cabinet cabins, and the necessities of the current stag

BAGHDAD / The obelisk: The Badr parliamentary bloc confirmed on Monday, June 24, 2019, its support and support of the government of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, "as long as it works for the people," but it was hinted at "another position" in case it happened otherwise.

The spokesman for the bloc Walid Sahlani said in a joint press conference with a number of deputies of the block, "obelisk", that "the Badr bloc waived all the electoral entitlements in the bodies and portfolios and independent degrees and special agencies, in line with the exceptional circumstances experienced by Iraq," adding that "Our conviction that the completion of the ministerial cabin is essential and a necessity of the current stage."

"We have voted on names nominated by Abdul Mahdi, especially candidates for security portfolios, and we will exercise our oversight role to follow up the assessment and evaluation of ministerial performance and diagnose mistakes and address them according to legal frameworks."

"The Badr bloc remains supportive and supportive of the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi as long as the government works to serve the people, and we will support all visions of the government to serve the citizens, otherwise we will have another position at the time."

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1 hour ago, cranman said:

Why the confusion?  It was a question.

 

Straight up, Cranman, they still have one COM seat to vote on this week. As they plan to meet Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday (before a loooooong well deserved vacation AGAIN) they should be able to handle it. I, personally, don't see them just dropping the hammer on a rate change by Sunday (end of June). BUT, I do believe with all the COM filled and the activation of the FML, that was passed in late May, the CBI can make their move in July as it starts the beginning of the second half financial year. Fingers crossed.

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2 minutes ago, King Bean said:

 

Straight up, Cranman, they still have one COM seat to vote on this week. As they plan to meet Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday (before a loooooong well deserved vacation AGAIN) they should be able to handle it. I, personally, don't see them just dropping the hammer on a rate change by Sunday (end of June). BUT, I do believe with all the COM filled and the activation of the FML, that was passed in late May, the CBI can make their move in July as it starts the beginning of the second half financial year. Fingers crossed.

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I can go with that.  Thank you.

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A proposal to extend the work {special grades} 90 days

Monday 24 June 2019 201

A proposal to extend the work {special grades} 90 days

 

 

Baghdad / Sabah / Shaima Rashid
 

The Parliament is expected to vote during the current week on 170 names of special grades are ready and agreed between the political blocs out of the 4800 and extends the work of the rest of the other 3 months an official request will be submitted by the Prime Minister to remove the government from falling in legal form contrary to the budget decisions and the government - This file on June 30, and revealed members of the House of Representatives for the "morning" of the existence of differences between the political blocs on the positions of special grades. 

Member of the House of Representatives Badr Zeadi, confirmed that "the government sent 170 names only resolved their subject and are ready to vote out of the 4800 of special grades, while there will be a proposal to postpone the rest of the names for 90 days because they can not complete their files."

Zeadi said in a statement to the "morning": that "will be postponed the vote on special grades for 90 days only and the validity of information circulating on keeping them in office for the end of this year," noting that "the government will submit a formal request to parliament to postpone the deadline to resolve the file, That the parliament voted in the budget to be the last day of this is the 30 of June, "he added," If the vote in parliament on the proposal of 90 days, the owners of special grades will continue to work during this period to be the last opportunity for the government " .
 
Extension and positions
"Among the members of the House of Representatives Ali al-Budairi, it is impossible to have a vote on the special grades, and may extend their stay in them, to keep the case as it is," blaming the political blocs responsible for the delay because of the major differences on these positions.
Al-Badairi told al-Sabah: "There are big problems around the special grades and there is no agreement on this issue between the political blocs, which gives a clear justification that the special grades will not be passed, like the rest of the ministerial cabin because of the lack of consensus and harmony and the differences deepened one day after else".
He added that "the government towards; and the large political blocs that came the government off, and therefore these data have a significant impact on the completion of the cabinet and special grades also in the future."
He added that "it is possible to vote on some of those special grades to give the impression of the street that the blocks went to vote on them; but in fact there is no seriousness in this regard," noting that "there are conflicts and differences between the blocks to divide these Positions and impossibility to be passed easily. " 
 
Legal opinion
On the other hand, the legal expert Tariq Harb, "The parliament if it wants to extend the special grades, it should be a law is from now, because the ruling was received by law, but the government to address the matter and apply for extension."
He said the war for "morning": "The Agency is the holder of the position without being legally entitled and without the fulfillment of the constitutional requirements, because all owners of special grades must be submitted to the parliament to vote on them, and the impact of their stay under the law that their actions are void and Deprived of financial allocations, "noting that" special grades include the region and the federal government and are in the parliament and the provinces because of the existence of many special grades that have been developed. "
He added that "the owners of special grades will remain engaged in their work, but the limits of the law after June 30," explaining that "many laws have been violated in previous years, such as the amendment of the Constitution, which was supposed to be in 2006 did not amend, as well as article 140 of Which is supposed to take place in 2007 and did not happen. "
 
Modification efforts
For his part, the MP for the alliance of victory Faleh Zeidi, the existence of efforts to amend the budget paragraph dedicated to resolve the file of special grades, noting that the amendment allows postponement of the discount until the end of the year.
Zayadi said in an interview: "The issue of special grades is an important and dangerous subject and there is a lack of controls and standards through which to submit the names of candidates for those positions," noting that "the mechanism of choice is also not clear between an electronic window or the nominations of political blocs or quotas, In our opinion the most realistic and closest to the existing on the ground. "
He added Ziadi, "The victory coalition announced its position of rejecting the distribution on the basis of quotas and we have called for postponing this file to another time until the maturity of the vision and the mechanisms used to build a state institutions away from the abhorrent quotas," pointing out that "there is a desire within the House of Representatives to amend the special paragraph of the budget To determine the 30th of this month as the date for the resolution of special grades through the proposal to amend and read the first reading and second and then vote to postpone the resolution of special grades to the end of this year.
 
Correct the path
The MP for the Fatah alliance Hamed al-Moussawi said that the right path to complete the ministerial cab is through a roundtable on which the main forces are sitting with the prime minister.
Moussawi said in a press statement: "The Prime Minister to the moment has no official candidates for the ministries remaining, but has a set of names are changing at every moment as a result of the lack of agreement on the political blocs on specific names," noting that "the pressures and deals prevented access to specific names of those ministries In addition to the differences in views of each political body on the names that are raised. "
He added that "Abdul-Mahdi does not want to come to parliament without a consensus because the failure to pass the names that will provide a blow to him and his government, and he wants a harmony between the legislative and executive authorities," pointing out that "some names raised through the media objections from political forces Some of which are covered by accountability and justice. We have a previous experience that we do not want to be repeated by passing names without sufficient scrutiny. "
"The right path to complete the ministerial cab is through a round table where the main forces are sitting at least with the prime minister because we can not satisfy everyone and agree on a group of names of one basket passed within parliament," Moussawi said.

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