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Alliance forces: Abadi will not block reforms and wait for him, "written response" to the seven our terms


Over the weeks and he did not receive a reply coalition forces Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on the seven conditions set by the exchange for the formation of a political front with the last move of the government reforms.
And it stresses the largest Sunni bloc he is not ready, this time to receive, answers oral or simply good intentions to put what conditions. The alliance calls for the prime minister to restore balance in public institutions and to support the displaced Sunni tribes fighting Daash.
Sunni blocs began under the guidance of Ebadi strongly worded criticism against the backdrop of the decline from the previous agreements, particularly administrative changes, which affected their representatives in the ministries and government institutions without consulting them.

Meeting with Abadi
Former minister and leader says alliance forces in Salah al-Jubouri, "Abadi asked us to attend a meeting with the leaders of the National Alliance, and we talked about reforms in all transparency and objections coalition forces."
He said al-Jubouri, in connection with the (range), said, "The call because of criticism of coalition forces against the latest measures Abadi and our presence was represented by all parties to the coalition and all our provinces." "The prime minister did not object to the themes that we talked about, mostly because it was part of previous agreements, but we will not limit ourselves to good intentions, we need to support the implementation of these intentions."
The National Alliance has offered what he called "the national paper" last year Kkharth way to correct the mistakes of the previous government. The paper included several items, notably the re-balance, and the formation of the National Guard, and the support of the tribes, and the abolition of the accountability and justice and amnesty legislation.
The chairman of the government at a time of already demonstrations in August for a timetable for the terms of the political agreement showed the completion of the bulk of it before it freezes after the launch of reforms packages.
And re-Abadi, in his recent meeting with coalition forces earlier demands. And confirms the MP Salah al-Jubouri that "the Union of Forces still waiting for the responses of the Prime Minister, on the themes that we talked with him, written in a manner or in the form of actions," pointing out that "there are no political guarantees in the implementation of these demands."
Leaders say coalition forces in that "Iraq's Sunnis have precedents in the slough partners for their agreements", reminding the decisions of the Convention on Arbil in 2010, and the terms of Maaraf to "national card" that allowed slaves to form his government in September 2014.
Sunni forces and stresses it will not negotiate with "political bloc," This time, they would seek to take pledges directly from the prime minister Haider al-Abadi.
The move to the prime minister held a rare meeting with the Sunni coalition parties on the same day voted to uphold the legislative Beslahaath. This meeting was followed by a surprise visit to Najaf-Abadi, last week, where he met with religious references with the exception of al-Sistani. He also met also both of cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, and guide the Virtue Party, Sheikh Mohammed al-Yacoubi.
Iraqi and coalition forces presented a list of seven demands as a condition for approval on the political front which Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi seeks to ensure the formation of the "parliamentary cover" for his reforms that have stalled recently.
She spoke demands about the need to provide relief financially for the displaced, and re-displaced to the rock cliff, Diyala, Salahuddin and belt of Baghdad, and the involvement of the Sunni tribes in the popular crowd and commitment to agreed a 50 thousand fighters of the Sunni component of the total 120 thousand, and the release of innocent people who have not been found guilty, as well as taking into account the balance in the distribution of special grades, and the opening of a bridge corridor Bzabz in front of the displaced.
Will not block reforms
For his part, says MP Dhafer al-Ani, a spokesman for coalition forces in an interview (range), "What the participants spoke with him Abadi represents the priorities of the block."
He said al-Ani, that "the Union of Forces will not hinder the reforms, but only if certain modifications include greater consultation with partners before taking decisions concerning the dismissal of the re-appointment of key positions, and the allocation of wider and money effort to support the displaced people and the rest of important issues in the country, as well as young volunteers in the areas occupied by the care Daash ".
The coalition forces returned again to talk about the need for balance in official institutions and get rid of the phenomenon of appointment by proxy. He demands MP Dhafer al-Ani head of government "to send the names of candidates for important positions to parliament for a vote, the names of those that take into account appropriate representation of all the provinces without paying attention to the sectarian aspect."
And those developments come with the frequency of news on the prime minister sought to launch a new package of reforms. The head of a coalition united Osama Najafi, which he called "giving up the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi from the political agreements concluded under which the current government was formed under the pretext of the implementation of government reforms adopted by the last package."
According to a statement issued by the coalition "united", after meeting Salim al-Jubouri, head of the House of Representatives last week, confirm the leader of the united on the need to return to the implementation of the political agreement which formed a government under which, and not to accept any argument hinder the application of paragraphs, and not to be reform argument process to give up in front of agreed commitments.
The statement continued that the meeting pointed to the return of displaced persons and displaced persons to their role in the liberated areas, and lack of acceptance of any justification lead to obstruction of the legitimate and legal right.
It pointed to discuss the military situation on the fronts where said Najafi and al-Jubouri, the need to achieve balance in the military and popular crowd, and to be for the people of the areas dominated by the organization Daash the foundation's role in the preparation, training and equipment with modern weapons to be able to do this right and duty in the liberation of their cities.
According to the statement, the Najafi expressed his dissatisfaction with what is existing yet and request activation of attention fighters of the sons of areas dominated by terrorism.
Najafi and occur in another meeting with the US ambassador in Baghdad Stuart Jones around the time of his meeting the previous similar words on the implementation of previous agreements and balancing.

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