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Post by rocky on Fri 09 Nov 2018, 1:58 am

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The Justice and Accountability Commission in Iraq, which is responsible for de-Baathification, said two ministers in the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi, who have not yet completed the risk of being fired, have held positions in the Saddam Hussein regime. 
For the second time, in a week, the Iraqi parliament failed to vote on the remaining members of the government of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, 8, out of a total of 22 ministers, contrary to the pledge of the Prime Minister to complete the completion of his government, no later than the sixth of this month . 
While the parliament was preoccupied yesterday with naming its parliamentary committees, in addition to the problem of fish deaths, differences are still going on within the Shiite and Sunni axes on the defense and interior ministries.
In a move that has further complicated, in order to complete the composition of the government of Abdul-Mahdi, the Justice and Accountability Agency announced the inclusion of two ministers out of the 22 ministers, sent files by the government before the vote on the twenty-fourth of last month. 
The official spokesman of the Authority, Fares Abdul Sattar al-Mawla, said in a press statement that the body "sent a letter to the House of Representatives, which included a detailed explanation of the status of each minister of the 22 names." He confirmed that "two ministers included their actions among the names that were sent." The move comes to prevent officials in Saddam Hussein's regime from returning to power. 
The spokesman did not specify who the ministers were concerned, but a parliamentary official told AFP that they were youth and sports minister Ahmed al-Obeidi and Naim al-Rubaie. The two ministers won parliamentary confidence on October 25 with 12 other ministers.
According to the French agency, quoting a security source, Rubaie was under Saddam Hussein occupies a position in the intelligence service, and a member of the middle level in the Baath Party, pointing out that his work was to monitor the Islamic opposition. On the other hand, it was not immediately clear what responsibilities Ahmed al-Obeidi had in the Saddam regime. According to the parliamentary official, these two ministers could be dismissed and replaced by a vote of confidence in my future.
The de-Baathification Commission was formed during the time of the US civil administrator for Iraq, Paul Bremer, following the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime in 2003 and later renamed the Accountability and Justice Commission. This body has compiled lists of Baath party officials and security officers under Saddam Hussein and applied the de-Baathification law to them for prohibiting them from running for public office. Almost six months after the legislative elections, the Iraqi government is still incomplete. Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi has only offered part of his cabinet to parliament because he has faced opposition from some of his candidates, especially to the main internal and defense portfolios in a country that has just emerged. From a three-year war against the organization «Dahesh».
The announcement of the accountability and justice in response to a request made by Iraqi Parliament Speaker Mohamed Halabousi on 25 of last month, to the Commission to ensure a statement of position of candidates for the cabinet cabinet "in detail and accurate." The Prime Minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, spoke earlier about those charges, which included some of his ministers, saying that he directed "official questions to all stakeholders, such as integrity, crimes, accountability and justice," noting that he received reports from some of them, but is still waiting for a response from Third parties. "We do not want to make accusations based on statements and things attributed to them," he said.
During the session of the parliament held on Thursday to vote on the remaining ministers of the government's 8-member group, Mohammed Salman al-Tai, spokesman for the speaker of parliament, denied the presidency of parliament to any book from the accountability and justice on the charges mentioned. Al-Taie said in a press statement that «the presidency of the House of Representatives has not yet received any response from the accountability and justice about the 14 ministers voted on». He pointed out that «all rumors about the corruption of ministers is not based on evidence but purely rumors, and we have not received any information after proving it».
The Shiite and Sunni blocs were unable to resolve their candidates for the posts of defense and interior. According to Asharq Al-Awsat, the Sunni blocs have failed to agree on any of the nine candidates, who were submitted by the two blocs to serve as defense minister, and were forced to resort to a compromise candidate, The former Iraqi forces and the deputy for the province of Diyala Salah al-Jubouri for this position », noting that« Jubouri has the support of many blocs, including Shiite and Kurdish, and therefore his chances to win the post is large, despite the emergence of a number of candidates for this position, including former parliament speaker Salim al-Jubouri ».
The source pointed out that «the Sunni blocs are not in front of much about this post, which is expected to be raised to Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi within the next two days, whether Salah al-Jubouri or others», expected «no surprises in this regard as long as has been Reserved names that have been circulating over the past weeks ». 
On the Shiite side, according to some media outlets, attempts are under way to convince the leader of the Sadrist movement to accept the candidate of the bloc of construction Faleh Fayyad, for the post of Minister of the Interior. According to those sources, if Sadr continues to reject Fayyad, this would lead to the collapse of the consensus between the masses of the "conquest" led by Hadi al-Ameri, and "Sorrow" led by Moqtada al-Sadr.


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