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Calls for the abolition of "special grades" during Abdul Mahdi's time in the new government

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Post by rocky on Sun 09 Feb 2020, 3:38 am

Calls for the abolition of "special grades" during Abdul Mahdi's time in the new government

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Baghdad / ... political analyst Ahmed Al-Abiad called on Sunday to cancel the special grades that were appointed at the time of the government of resigned Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi because it came from the door of political quotas and to establish the authority of parties more over the Iraqi state despite popular protests rejecting the continuation of the quota system Party control.

Al-Abiad explained to "Eye of Iraq News" that "special rank positions bear a great importance parallel to, and may exceed, the importance of ministerial positions, as it is they who directly determine the functioning of the state and its policy, and for this reason the ruling parties have focused on controlling it," stressing that "changing the government means Changing the prime minister and all the ministers, as well as the special grades and attempts to circumvent this, but come to the continued control of the parties over the state and the failure to implement real change and reform. "

The parliamentary bloc of Al-Rafidain had confirmed, yesterday, Saturday, that the new government will review all special degrees granted to some of the personalities in Adel Abdul-Mahdi's government.

The head of the bloc, Yonad Kanna, told "Eye of Iraq News" that "the government of Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, will review all the special degrees granted to some figures in the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi, especially since there are many suspicions over these appointments."

And Kanna indicated that "the House of Representatives will also have a role in requesting the government to change some of the personalities that were chosen to some important special degrees, especially that some of them were chosen according to the political and sectarian quotas, and distributed to specific parties." Finished 2 




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