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The first waste of public money in the government of Abdul Mahdi .. After the victory of "manual" on the "electronic"

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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Oct 25, 2018 10:33 pm

The first waste of public money in the government of Abdul Mahdi .. After the victory of "manual" on the "electronic"

Faces sharp criticism for his deceitful public opinion

26/10/2018 - 03:14 Iraq

The first waste of public money in the government of Abdul Mahdi .. After the victory of "manual" on the "electronic" 0eadd8d55a1ca954a37c7130e39c7eb8_L

Despite the registration of 15 thousand Iraqis names through the portal set up by Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, to join his ministerial team, but this portal did not secrete any minister in the government lineup approved by the Iraqi parliament on Thursday night, which showed Abdul Mahdi to criticism Sharp.

The Iraqi parliament voted on Thursday night, 14 ministers from the composition of Abdul Mahdi, out of 22 ministries, provided that the rest of the ministers until the sixth of next month, after agreement with the political blocs on them.

It was noted that there is no new minister within the composition of Abdul Mahdi, from outside the political process, but all the ministers filled positions in the previous government or nominated with the support of different blocks, which raised questions about the feasibility of opening the electronic candidate, and received thousands of requests for the receipt of ministerial positions, Especially to study those requests.

Abdul Mahdi announced the opening of nominations for those wishing to use the forum via an electronic platform, which he said "to prevent the monopoly of power," according to a statement issued after the task of forming the government.

Abdul Mahdi said in his statement that "the site has been carefully designed content and programming mechanisms have been put in place to initial filter unfinished applications."

"The names nominated for the portfolios in the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi, none of them originally submitted a request to the Minister through the website!"

"He has won the (usual) hand," Sheikh Ali said in a tweet on Twitter.

In turn, denounced the Iraqi political analyst, Hisham al-Hashemi, quotas in the distribution of positions, and said that "none of the candidates who have won the confidence of parliament only came a political or partisan nomination."

He pointed out in a comment on the composition of Abdul-Mahdi that "quotas were clearly fixed, 54% of the Shiite political house, 28% of the Sunni political house and 18% of the Kurdish House."

Activists on social networking sites criticized the creation of the portal, receipt of candidacy requests, and the accompanying efforts and expenses for the team concerned.

The Iraqi journalist, Anas al-Badri, in a comment on "Facebook," that "the issue of the portal put Abdul Mahdi in the field of deceit for public opinion, especially competencies."

The Iraqi activist Ali Abdul Khaliq that "the only beneficiary of the portal is the designer who created it," pointing out in a comment that "this is the first waste of public funds in the government of Abdul Mahdi."

Abdul-Mahdi and the 14 ministers were sworn in before parliament in a session that was not without verbal quarrels and controversy over disagreements over ministries.

Mohammed al-Hakim took over the foreign portfolio and appointed Fouad Hussein as finance minister, while the oil portfolio went to Thamir Abbas al-Ghadhban.

The parliament approved the appointment of Naim al-Rubaie as minister of communications, the two banks Rikani as minister of reconstruction and housing, Mohammed Hashim as minister of trade, Saleh al-Hassani as minister of agriculture, and Ahmed Riyadh al-Obeidi Minister of Youth and Sports.

Alaa al-Alwani, Minister of Health, Abdullah al-Jubouri, Minister of Industry, Bassem al-Rubaie, Minister of Labor, Luai Khatib, Minister of Electricity, Jamal al-Adli, Minister of Water Resources and Abdullah Loibi as Minister of Transport.

Abdul Mahdi's cabinet consists of 22 ministries, with the vote for the remaining eight ministries to be completed on Jan. 6.


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