A close friend of Al-Sudani talks about a "security revolution" after excluding defense and interior from quotas
1,876 Policy 10/21/2022 17:10
Baghdad today - Baghdad
Political activist Mazen Al-Zaidi and close to the commissioner, Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, described today, Friday, the decision of the coordination framework to remove the ministries of defense and interior from quotas as a qualitative leap,
indicating that the decision will open the door for Al-Sudani to announce a security revolution in the joints of the ministries.
Al-Zaidi said in a report published by Sky News and seen by (Baghdad Today) that
"the decision of the coordination framework came as a confirmation of his previous positions that it should bypass the quotas and form a government of national service. In the future, according to mechanisms that guarantee stopping the decline first and success for the new government secondly. He added,
"By his decision to authorize the prime minister to choose ministers and rotate ministries among the candidates of political forces, the coordinating framework will open the door to leaving the quotas and deal a blow to the corruption networks that have nested in the joints of the state." He added,
"The ball is now in the court of the Kurdish and Sunni forces by strengthening this step of the coordination framework, and granting the Prime Minister-designate the freedom to choose his ministers and not to impose old faces and distribute bags according to his vision,
so removing the defense and interior portfolios from the quota system, as decided by the framework, represents a qualitative leap in the administration of the state and opens The door to radical reforms in the security file and the development of the armed forces. He added that
"the interior and defense portfolios will be chosen by the prime minister himself who is convinced of their ability and competence, regardless of the political background,
but this does not, of course, mean a lack of consultation with the concerned parties, nor does it mean that the defense portfolio will go to a non-Sunni component."