[size=36]Khazali: The parliamentary system is corrupt and must become a presidential[/size]
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The Secretary-General of the Asaib Ahl al-Haq Movement, Qais al-Khazali, said on Monday that the parliamentary system applied to quotas is corrupt and Iraq must become the presidential system.
"The presidential or quasi-presidential system should directly elect the president and this is the system of most powerful countries," Khazali said in the Eid prayer sermon. Most of the powerful countries. "
He pointed out that "what Lebanon is experiencing now is also caused by the political experience based on sectarianism," wondering: "Who is responsible for the failures experienced by the Iraqi people for 16 years."
"The best solution for the country is to change the parliamentary system to another," he said.
He cautioned that "the problem in Iraq is not people, but the political system," he said: "If you want to try another experience in the political and parliamentary system, you must address the issue of the Federal Court's interpretation of the largest bloc."
He completed the Secretary-General of the movement of Asaib Ahl al-Haq, that "the parliamentary system, which is implemented in a way quotas is a corrupt system," noting that "until the formation of the government seats were parliamentary and government in the auction bids."
He pointed out that "the events witnessed in Basra from fires was caused by the identification of the largest bloc after the elections."
He pointed out that "the disaster in the parliamentary system is the interpretation of the Federal Court of the largest bloc," noting that "as long as there is an imbalance in the Constitution will not benefit reforms."
"After 16 years of experience, have we come to the conviction that there is an imbalance in laws and regulations that are not appropriate," Khazali said, noting that "those who built the political process did not want the interest of the country and were skilled in the cause of laws to put the country confusing."
He stressed that "quotas are the basis of problems and as long as they exist meaning the status of the country remains the same."
He said, "The political system in the country and the current laws do not suit the current situation of the country because they did not contribute to a radical solution," noting that "after the experience of nine months of a government more ministers from the independent technocrats have changed the situation drastically."
He believed that "the real problem that makes the situation of the country confusing is the lack of agreement on the diagnosis of the imbalance and treatment."
He added: "We as a political body bear the responsibility of shortening 9 months and the responsibility of two ministerial portfolios will not evade," noting that "
He went on to say that "all participants in the political process bear the responsibility to answer the question of religious reference," noting that "the question of religious reference is directed primarily to the political class."
He added, "The religious authority when I wondered about the imbalance in the country should not pass unnoticed and should interact with it."