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    Abadi drives the file of independent bodies without political or parliamentary cover

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    Abadi drives the file of independent bodies without political or parliamentary cover Empty Abadi drives the file of independent bodies without political or parliamentary cover

    Post by Rocky Sat 09 Sep 2017, 2:35 am

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    Abadi drives the file of independent bodies without political or parliamentary cover


    Baghdad / Mohammed Sabah 

    Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is counting on the tacit approval given him by the National Alliance three years ago to nominate heads to 14 independent bodies that have been run by proxy for years. 
    Abadi is trying to structure 3,000 high-powered posts, including heads of independent bodies, deputy ministers and directors-general, through a nine-month commission overseen by his own office as well as the Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, with the assistance of experts from the United Nations. 


    The government committee, which is about to complete its tasks, is approaching the launch of its website, which will accept applications from various sectors away from political backgrounds. 
    In August, the Prime Minister's Office announced the mechanisms for running for senior positions and the chairmanship of a number of independent bodies. He stressed that the criteria set forth in the electronic application form "ensure the access of the competencies to manage these seats and remove quotas and party affiliation."
    Abadi launched a package of reforms in the summer of 2015 that included the merger and cancellation of 11 ministries, and the referral of dozens of general managers to retire. But political blocs criticized these measures, which she described as hasty and unwise. Government reforms have been hit by ministerial changes, which so far have prevented the naming of three vacant ministries. 
    A source close to the Prime Minister's Office said in a statement that "Abadi formed a ministerial committee nine months ago to set standards and electronic programs for the selection of heads of independent bodies and deputy ministers and directors-general away from the interference of blocks and partisan quotas."
    The source, who preferred to keep his identity secret, said that "this ministerial committee, which included the Office of the Prime Minister and the Secretariat of the Council of Ministers ended shortly before its work, which developed electronic programs designed to adopt a mechanism for nomination," stressing that "the portal is ready and will launch In the next few days. " 
    The source, who is close to the prime minister's office, said: "The criteria adopted in this portal were developed by the ministerial committee with the participation of top international experts nominated by the United Nations for the government during the period of implementation of the first reform package."

    The balance committee, which includes 7 members from different blocs, including Rose Nuri Shaways, Saleh al-Mutlaq, Ali al-Alaq, Salman al-Jumaili and Baha al-Araji, faced difficulties in resolving the dispute over the restructuring of 32 senior positions . 
    "The electronic form is a field that includes fields of competence, expertise, certificate, competence and research. He pointed out that "competition will be between the candidates away from manipulation of the electronic program because it is designed in a precise and high-level." 
    The government source informed that "the ministerial committee under the direct supervision of the Office of the Prime Minister to develop electronic programs and even the method of assessments that will be subject to all candidates," noting that "
    The source close to the Prime Minister's Office pointed out that "the government committee will resolve the file of the independent bodies in two batches, the first requires the appointment of a new head of 14 independent bodies, while completing the naming of the heads of the other bodies in the second installment," referring to "split the deal" to "fear of not Pass all the bodies within the House if presented in one go. " 
    The political source confirms that "the ministerial committee will perform other tasks after the completion of the file of independent bodies, including resolving the file of deputy ministers, directors-general and advisers." But the source acknowledged the existence of great difficulties will face these changes within the House of Representatives. 
    Despite these fears, the government source confirms that Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi received tacit approval from the National Alliance to support the candidates chosen by the ministerial committee in the House of Representatives.
    He describes the stream of national wisdom calls the Prime Minister to end the file of the administration of the agencies acting as "futile attempt," adding that "this is part of the media propaganda more than dealing with these files." 
     On August 5, Abadi revealed his intention to end the file of the independent bodies' management by proxy. He confirmed that the application will be open to citizens through an electronic form, which will be launched soon. 
    "The ministerial committee will face a big problem through the nomination requests, which are expected to reach millions, which means that the process of sorting and checking names takes considerable time and effort that may not be enough for the rest of my life," said Raad al-Haidari, a member of the al-Hakama movement. The government, "adding that" there are more than 3000 sites managed by proxy in the 
    Iraqi state . "
    Al-Haidari denies that the Prime Minister has discussed the file of independent bodies meetings of the National Alliance last, indicating that "the coalition authorized Abadi three years ago to end the file files in all locations, but the delay and delay a lot," likely "Difficult to pass these names in the House of Representatives because they need to Political consensus ".
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