Zamili warns of reactions in the street by imposing Fayadh nomination of the InteriorDate of release: 2018/12/4 6:50 • 291 times read
It is scheduled to hold the House of Representatives, on Tuesday, a session to vote on the completion of the Cabinet Cab, and still Fayadh candidate for the Interior.
"We want a government for the people, not for the parties, and to impose wills and arms. We will have reactions in the parliament and the street, and we will go to the opposition if some are passed," Zamili told AFP.
He added that "Fayadh party leader and his candidacy is contrary to the political agreement in the formation of the government and also put Salim Jubouri to the Ministry of Defense and this is part of the problem."
And "We do not have a personal problem with Fayadh," adding that "Mr. Moqtada al-Sadr stressed in his statement on the need to hand over ministries, including the security of independent figures technocrats."
"The insistence on Fayyad is not real, but to provoke and disturb the other party and there are four or five personalities aspiring to the interior, including deputies and outside the House of Representatives."
He added that "the nomination of Fayadh Interior and Qusay al-Suhail [to the Ministry of Higher Education] is not a decision of Abdul Mahdi, but is the nomination of the building and the rule of law," noting that "the return of quotas and economic entities of the parties in the ministries mean failure of the government."
He pointed out that "our objection to Fayadh was since the beginning of his candidacy for the cabin and some candidates was a wrong choice, including the Minister of Justice, a proof of the imposition of names on Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi."
Al-Zamili called on "Abdul-Mahdi to announce in the media that he nominated Fayadh and Salim al-Jubouri for interior and defense as well as the other candidates and to declare his responsibility for their success and failure."
He stressed, "Ali Abdul-Mahdi, not to be under the control and authority of the parties and ratchets them and to be the will of the choice of ministers and professionals, especially in security," noting "
"If they choose Fayyad by a parliamentary majority, Abdul Mahdi must assume his responsibility and bear the responsibility of his choice, and there may be serious consequences in the security file if he fails to manage the Ministry of the Interior."
He added that "the security ministries should not be run by politicians and partisan and unfortunately in previous governments have become a common property of parties in appointments and others."
Al-Zamili stressed that there is no difference between the reform and construction coalition and between the others and Fatah. The message of Mr. Sadr showed that there is an approach between him and Hadi al-Amiri in agreeing to choose a professional government away from external interference and consensus on an independent candidate.
"The problem now is that after the government is disrupted in the important part of the security ministries, Mr. Sadr noted the existence of conspiracies, sharing, and boycotting the ministries, but he insisted that the security ministries remain away from the quotas and the need to receive them from competent and independent figures. The objection is that the president of any party does not address the responsibility in this government "Denied" the presence of any minister of others and did not nominate any personality while the builder filled conditions and negotiated ministers. "
He pointed out that "the citizen is very patient on the blocks but today is no longer suffering from poor services, unfortunately ports, ports and airports are controlled by parties and clans, and we must come with a professional personality courage to reduce the smuggling and the spread of militias and administrative and financial corruption and the security ministries must be freed from parties So that the parliament can be held accountable and that the construction coalition, except for the Badr organization, has won shares in the government. "
Al-Zamili pointed out that "the message of Mr. Sadr to Abdul-Mahdi stresses that be freed from the pressure of the blocks and threatened to withdraw support for his government," pointing out that "this government has obstacles and files and major challenges, most notably the security file, which must be addressed by professional personalities are not partisan."
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