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Post by claud39 on Fri Dec 07, 2018 9:46 am


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7 December 2018

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Iraqi government officials and politicians in Baghdad said on Friday that negotiations between the political blocs on the  crisis of the completion of the government reached a dead end after the rejection of the camp of [rtl]"[/rtl]construction [rtl]"[/rtl] led by Nuri al-Maliki and Hadi al-Ameri , backed by Iran, replacing his candidate to take over the Interior Ministry Faleh Fayyad , Parliamentary reform, supported by the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, Haidar al-Abadi and Ammar al-Hakim, the assumption of Fayyad position, as the Ministries of Interior and Defense must be occupied by two independent personalities .

On October 25, the Iraqi parliament granted confidence to Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi with 14 other ministers, but sharp disagreements led to the rejection of eight ministers of trust, and remained vacant until now - the Ministries of Defense, Interior, Justice, Planning, Migration and Education Higher culture. 

The prime minister failed to pass the rest of his ministers in parliament because of sharp differences within the country's Shiite forces. 

On Friday, a senior Iraqi government official told the "New Arab" that the negotiations had virtually ceased on Thursday evening and that there were no political efforts inside Baghdad except for what the commander of the Quds Force in the Revolutionary Guards, General Qassem Soleimani, Efforts to bring the views of the parties, stressing that "Soleimani is no longer the absolute person in Baghdad because of the  opposition of Moqtada al-SadrAnd figures such as Iyad Allawi, Haidar al-Abadi and Osama Najafi, and their rejection of the pressure exercised by the Iranian General to nominate Faleh al-Fayadh Minister of Interior, which could be considered an unusual event in Iraq since the US invasion of the country.

He added that "the hopes now heading towards Najaf to resolve the issue in a way to resolve the withdrawal of nomination Fayadh and another nomination instead of within the parliamentary bloc, where has been sent several requests to the Office of the reference Ali Sistani to intervene, and there are signs in the coming days," pointing out that "Najaf may Gives support to Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, push him to choose a candidate for the Ministry of Interior specifically before him, away from the two Shiite political camps. 

Ali al-Sunaid, leader of the alliance "victory" led by Haider al-Abadi, has revealed last Wednesday, that the commander of the Quds Force arrived in Baghdad "to pressure the political forces to pass the former leader of the Popular Popular militia, Faleh Fayyad, for the post of Minister of Interior, What Soleimani wants "can not be achieved," because of what he called "the will of Iraq," asserting that his coalition "rejects any foreign interference from any country was."

A member of the parliamentary reform coalition said that "dialogue can not work unless the building coalition replaces its candidates who have objections." He stressed to the "new Arab" that the insistence of "building" on Fayadh as a candidate for the Interior Ministry " . 

He said that his coalition is ready to negotiate, in the event of the replacement of some of the names brought by the former Speaker of Parliament to Parliament, indicating that "the situation now crisis after the return of the atmosphere before the agreement on the nomination of Abdul Mahdi as prime minister." 

He added that "the recent crisis caused the unity of the reform alliance, having suffered from the disintegration of the past period," and ruled out that it is agreed to complete the composition of the government of Abdul Mahdi, unless a radical change for the candidates.

On the other hand, parliamentarians renewed in the building alliance their adherence to Fahil Fayadh, a sole candidate for the post of Minister of the Interior. 

"The candidate for the Interior Ministry will not withdraw, and the final word is for the prime minister and the deputies, in accordance with the constitutional and legal contexts," said a member of the Iraqi parliament for the construction of Haider al-Fawadi. 

This comes in light of the growing criticism of the Prime Minister, accusing him of "weakness and restraint" of the political blocs and their will in the file naming ministers, and away from the promises of the government jurisdiction, and the refusal of quotas, as the ministerial formation so far are members of parties or relatives of political leaders in the country.
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