The leader of the "Asaib Ahl al-Haq" movement, Qais al-Khazali, on Monday cited regulations and laws in Iraq that hinder any change and reform on the ground, describing the country's parliamentary system as distorted.
Al-Khazali said in the sermon of Eid prayers today that "the reference raised the imbalance in the country Btarip question in an expression to how long the situation in Iraq remains this way"?
He added that "there is a kind of political class that shirk responsibility and repeats the question of the reference as if it is not concerned," adding that "everyone who participated in the political process from 2003 and up to now is responsible for the situation in the country."
Khazali said that "those who participated in the political process from 2003 to now bear more responsibility than those who participated in one year, and for us we bear responsibility for 9 months from 2003 and so far and we bear responsibility as much as 15 deputies in the parliament and we bear responsibility as much as two portfolios in the Iraqi government." .
He went on to say that "many political parties believe that the imbalance in the characters and demanding diagnosis and for treatment was resorted to independent technocrats, and indeed eight ministers from the important ministries were so chosen by the Prime Minister,"
He pointed out that "the real problem suffered by the country is the inadequacy of regulations and laws, and these laws do not fit the situation of Iraq, if the regulations and laws are invalid, any changes and reforms will be prosthetic and we all know that the problem is corruption and we all know that the cause of corruption is quota and this must To know it and to be sure as long as the quota exists, corruption exists and as long as corruption exists, the situation of the country remains the same. "
Khazali pointed out that "there is an imbalance in the Constitution and as long as this Constitution is a defect will not benefit any reforms in Iraq and the Constitution is the basis of order and governance," noting "We are in front of one of both ways can achieve real change The first to apply the parliamentary system in Iraq in the right way and not the way Distorted in Iraq. "
He pointed out that "the catastrophe in the parliamentary system is the interpretation of the Federal Court of the largest bloc," saying, "O concerned with the status of this country if you want another experience in the political system, you must in a certain way to address the interpretation of the Federal Court and if the situation continues as it will not stabilize the country." .
"The other solution, the best solution, is to change the parliamentary system into a presidential system in Iraq," Khazali said.