Abdul Wahid: Abdul Mahdi's government is expected and positions will continue by proxy[/rtl]
[rtl]Editorial Date: 2018/11/6 7:30 • 208 times read[/rtl]
(Baghdad: al-Furat News) confirmed the former deputy Sarwa Abdul Wahid that "the government provided by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, contrary to what the political blocs expected."
"We did not expect the government to be formed in this way and be fragmented, subject to pressures, pressures and imposition of wills," Abdel Wahed told AFP. "Abdul Mahdi has perhaps some kind of freedom to choose one of the candidates, but some names have been imposed."
She added that "the government was not expected and the reason for the political blocs to stick to positions and candidates, and may be added in the agenda of the session of the parliament today the vote on two or more ministers and if there is no agreement may postpone the ministries to Thursday's meeting next."
"The media is dealing with the formation of the government at times sectarian or national quotas and this time a partisan allocation is inferior to the rest of the quotas, but we hoped there would be political opposition, and we expected that this government is completely different but not achieved."
Abdul Wahid said that "the success and failure borne by the political forces that supported Adel Abdul-Mahdi in the nomination for prime minister and the construction and others bear responsibility for this and will lose the government and blocks together if they fail to provide concrete services to the Iraqi people," noting that " Be stronger in detecting political pressures. "
"We are concerned about the continuation of political differences over the formation of the government and the continued administration of the agency by Abdul Mahdi and ministers."
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