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The blocs and political parties are still struggling to get more positions in independent bodies and other special grades in the Iraqi state. Parliamentary blocs are likely to delay the resolution of the file to years, not months.
"The political conflict and the differences are still ongoing and continue until the moment on the special grades, and each bloc and party, trying to get a larger number of them, as some want specific positions, because it is very important in the body of the Iraqi state "He said.
It shows that "everyone is involved, in this conflict, even those who declare in the media that it authorized Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, but in the scenes is wrestling, meeting and negotiating, in order to acquire the most important positions, from special grades."
While confirming the coalition victory, led by former Prime Minister Haider Abadi, that the resolution of this file needs years, not months, because of differences and political conflicts on the positions of special grades.
According to MP Nada Shaker Jawdat, told the news to the news that "political conflicts have resolved the resolution of four ministries, to more than eight months, how to positions with more than (4000) positions, some of which are more important than sovereign ministries."
"The postponement of the House of Representatives, resolve this file to the coming months, will not benefit, the current differences, this thing requires many years, to resolve," stressing that "the ongoing conflict by all blocs and parties, without any influence."
For his part, said political analyst and confident al-Hashemi that the blocks and political parties, live politically on the special grades, it is that the affairs of the Iraqi state, more than the ministries.
"This conflict is normal, for a political system based on political and sectarian quotas, especially since blocs and parties that live on these positions politically, through them, can win some of the masses," Hashemi told the news agency.
He said that "such positions should be far from all blocs and parties, who receives those positions, must receive them through the hierarchy, and not through the support of strong blocks of loyal figures, have, in this case, there is a deep state, within the body of the state Iraqi, and be the ones who are going to the affairs of citizens, not the Iraqi state. "
The special grades for ambassadors, deputy ministers, general directors and heads of bodies are distributed since the first Iraqi government after 2003 in a method of sectarian and political quotas between parties.