Twilight News / student leader of the coalition Iraq Raed Abdul Aziz al-Khazali Thursday, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to stop the appointment of heads of independent bodies proxy, stressing the need to avoid repeating the mistakes of the previous government in the state administration by agencies. Khazali said in a statement reported for "Twilight News": "We support the government of al-Abadi, provided its commitment to the government program announced by Abadi and committed itself to implement it."
He said "in the forefront of those obligations elimination final comes on the phenomenon of State management agencies through which intersects with the parliamentary system in Iraq. Khazali said he "must ratify the appointments in the departments of independent bodies by the House of Representatives in accordance with the merits of the electoral and political understandings. Abadi called to "respect the will of the voters and the Iraqi public and review the appointment of some of the characters, which was rejected by the masses and drop voters and thus lost any admissibility and legitimacy in the assumption of government positions." The leader of the coalition of Iraq that the Abadi "correct its past and stop the distribution of positions acting as a phenomenon is incorrect and cause aversion and lack of harmony among the political partners and intersect with the government program, however Abadi political commitments to its partners." Abadi was office announced Monday the release of bureaucracy orders commissioned Hassan Yassiri tasks Chairman of the Integrity Commission and Khalid al-Attiyah served as master of the Hajj and Umrah agency. And Yasiri Attiyah former deputies from the coalition of state law, which belongs to Abadi and failure in the last election to get votes by the House of Representatives authorized the entry. Iraqi law to display the names of heads of independent bodies, the House of Representatives for approval, considering that these independent bodies of the government. But former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has repeatedly resorted to the appointment of acting officials, including heads of independent bodies to avoid displaying the names on the House of Representatives. Which sparked widespread criticism of the political blocs. The latter two concerns raised Altainan Sunni and Shiite political blocs, both of Sir Abadi on his predecessor's approach to the management of independent bodies.
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