Abadi in a meeting with the National Alliance and the Union of Forces
Long-Presse / Baghdad
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi student leaders of the National Alliance in support of reforms intended to take place soon, and called for guarantees granted to pass the new measures in the House of Representatives.
Members of the coalition and is likely to drag on reforms Abadi 8 Ministries as well as the changes will include agents and general managers.
Alliance leaders confirmed their support for any action taken by the prime minister on condition of harming the citizens to submit to the laws through parliament.
A spokesman for the al-Abadi Office has revealed (range), on Sunday, the Prime Minister's intention to launch new reforms will focus on reducing its last government administrative positions and the pressure of the biggest expenses, as well as correct previous errors packets.
And sparked the reforms carried out by al-Abadi series, since last August, sharp criticism from the parties of the National Alliance as well as the other sides, prompting the House to undo the mandate in the vote conducted earlier this month.
MP says Jassim Mohammed Jaafar, a member of a coalition of state law, "The National Alliance meeting dealt with the problems facing the legal pass a general amnesty and the National Guard and government reforms."
Jaafar said that "the National Alliance with the legislation of the amnesty law in the House of Representatives on condition of inclusion of their hands stained with the blood of Iraqis," adding that "the coalition parties agreed to pass the National Guard Law."
The member state law that "there are problems and differences on the application and activating the National Guard forces between the political blocs mechanism," pointing out that "the parties of the National Alliance is demanding that the Guard Kqguat army is confined to a particular province or a particular component taking into account the components ratios, while you see other blocks of the National Guard to be confined to a single province, "he said, adding that" the leaders of the National Alliance confirmed at its last meeting on the need to pass the National Guard Law. "
He spoke and former Minister of Youth "and the presence of minor differences between the National Alliance, blocks about representation rates in the Guard Law, Considering the need for the parties to be identified by 1%, while calling for other parties to raise it to 3%." And that "increase the proportion of representation will raise many of the National Guard from 120 thousand to 300 thousand almost a member of the Federal weigh the shoulders of the state budget."
He said a member of the Dawa Party, said that "from among the topics raised in the accountability and justice of the Federal Court and a legal meeting and the emphasis on Thariahma in the coming periods."
And reforms that intends to submit Abadi, MP Jassem Mohammed Jaafar explained that "the Prime Minister spoke with the leaders of the National Alliance to the issue by demanding reforms by giving a guarantee to accept the new reforms, passed in the House of Representatives."
MP Jaffer and is expected to be "head of government reforms include a government change anticipated and the return of displaced people to their places, cities and also the application of Law No. 21 transfer of powers from ministries to local governments," likely to "include these reforms changes in the eight ministries will change some of its ministers as well as the replacement of some agents and general managers in it. "
In the meantime, says MP Ali al-Murshidi, vice chairman of the parliamentary bloc of Badr, "The National Alliance renewed, at the last meeting, support for the reforms of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and strengthened in the face of selections that require a stand with the government."
He Morshedi told (the term) that "there is a delay in the application of some of the reforms that date back causes to the security and political problems and the fall in oil prices," stressing that "the intention of the prime minister to hold feminine and merging some ministries and the replacement of some of the agents under the new reform plan."
The member of the Badr parliamentary bloc that the "National Alliance wants the success of the project head of the reformist minister, provided that does not affect the standard of living of the Iraqi people," calling on the Prime Minister to "provide detailed and complete study to the House of Representatives about the nature of these ministries and Altrchiqat through legislation law."
For his part, says MP Habib Terminal, a member bloc citizen, "The National Alliance meeting dealt with how the legislation of the National Guard and amnesty laws."
He Terminal (range) that "it is necessary to make some modifications to these laws before submitting their vote on condition of allowing the criminals for their release."
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