Al-Aqabi: The authority in Iraq is not in the hands of the Prime Minister
The deputy of the National Approach Bloc Hussein Al-Oqabi emphasized that the authority in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] is not in the hands of the prime minister, according to what many mistakenly understand, but in the hands of the cabinet that owns the decision.
Al-Aqabi said in a televised statement, "What happened after agreement with the Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi of differences of views regarding the ministerial cabinet is a natural thing in Iraq, and the Shiite blocs represent the majority and are responsible for the state and should bear responsibility."
He pointed out that "tweet Kazmi recent is not an indication that he was heading for an apology, in front of him 11 days extra, assigning Kazemi received considerable support and guide the audience at the Peace Palace assigned day and his chances of stronger than his predecessors , " noting that "we used in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to resolve things in stoppage time ".
The deputy on the national approach stated that "the lesson now is to bring in a strong government and not to form a government on its own," explaining that "Al-Kazemi did not invest the momentum that he received at the beginning of his mandate."
He continued, "Ministers come to office and are unaware of state administration," stressing that "[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] It is not in the hands of the Prime Minister according to what many understand wrongly, but in the hands of the Council of Ministers that owns the decision. ”
On the formation of the government and the voluntary absence announced by resigned Prime Minister Adel Abdel-Mahdi, he pointed out that“ there is a major political mistake committed, and the government must be formed early this year. Explaining that “the voluntary absence of Abdul-Mahdi has no legal value.”
Regarding negotiating with the Kurds, Al-Uqabi indicated that “Al-Kazimi's negotiation with the Kurds before the formation of the government is useless and consumes time,” noting that he “negotiated with them in many files and not about the cab Ministerial only. "
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