Allawi calls for the formation of a mini-government and announces his position on the resignation of Abdul Mahdi[/rtl]
[rtl]Date: 2019/10/24 22:46 • 56 times read[/rtl]
BAGHDAD: The head of the National Coalition, Iyad Allawi, called for the formation of a mini-government "Kaif for his position on calls for the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi because of the political crisis and demonstrations in the country.
Allawi said in the program (Kalos) aired on the Euphrates satellite channel this evening, "Abdul Mahdi did not ask to resign and we are not with his resignation with a large vacuum in the management of the state, and there are at least 50 people - he is not among them - want to prime minister."
"We are facing a shift in front of the political process and the street is disgusted with it and the recent dealings with peaceful demonstrators and their political and economic demands," he said.
Allawi pointed out that Abdul Mahdi "inherited huge problems from previous governments and the people suffer and the political system is eroding because of the uniqueness of the government and the decision and the spread of corruption and deterioration of services," noting that "the elections in 2018 are dire and the worst after 2003."
Allawi stressed that "accusing the demonstrators of employment is rejected and a big mistake and strange accusation of being linked to foreign embassies."
He stressed that the participation of political blocs in the demonstrations is a mistake, pointing out that the demonstrations in the Arab countries, such as Lebanon and Algeria, came before Sudan with one participant, warning that "Lebanon could face a major disaster in the economy and Iraq could bear an economic blow other than Lebanon."
He said that "the concern of three possibilities is riding the wave and falsifying the results and abuse of the national economy, which must be avoided by demonstrations and the need for peaceful demonstrations must not suppress these demonstrations and we must not repeat what the previous regime did."
Allawi added that "the results of the report of the government fact-finding committee and the results were not accurate and chaired by the Minister of Planning is not within his competence and what happened in the demonstrations massacre and the results of the investigation is vague and there is a conflict in the results of the investigation, who issued orders to shoot them? The investigative committee was not hit by the sniper, "he said.
Alay disclosed that "a proposal to Abdul-Mahdi to form a general command of the armed forces and not a commander, and Abdul-Mahdi agreed to this because it creates a unified vision as it proposed the formation of a mini-government that is" really and in word. "
"The treatment of the demonstrations was not right and it was not dealt with in a disciplined manner and the government had to think about something else, the majority of the demonstrators are spontaneous and are not greedy of power."
He stressed the need to "amend the Constitution and the completion of quotas and political influence and can not rely on the US position of instability, and the electoral law (St. Lego) is unfair and emergency on Iraq," calling "a public trial of corrupt and those involved in the killing of demonstrators."
He stressed that "the Constitution was written with an opposition mentality and not a state and wrote about the contract and wrote hastily and terribly and the Americans pressed to finish it hastily," describing "Constitution lamer and many laws have not been issued."
Allawi pointed out that he "proposed to the President of the Republic, Barham Saleh, to sponsor discussions to amend the Constitution and the formation of a committee of elites and law for this purpose, stressing that" with the transformation of the system from parliamentary to presidential and reduce the number of members of parliament and the abolition of provincial councils and the election of the governor directly.
He stressed that "there is an external conflict in influence in Iraq," and expressed regret "to leave the political leaders of Iraq for fear of demonstrations," adding that "Parliament does not solve the problem, but the real political elites in the meeting and the development of remedies."
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