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    Sadr threatens new protests in case of non-approval of the government

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    Sadr threatens new protests in case of non-approval of the government Empty Sadr threatens new protests in case of non-approval of the government

    Post by Rocky Sun 17 Apr 2016, 4:11 am

    [size=48]Sadr threatens new protests in case of non-approval of the government[/size]
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    11:29:01 p.m. 16/4/2016 | (Voice of Iraq Reuters) -Iraqi Shiite cleric , a senior al - Sadr said on Saturday it would resume protests within 72 hours unless theleaders of thepolitical blocs in the country has failed to vote on atechnocrat government proposed byPrime Minister Haider al - Abadi to eliminate corruption. Sadr 'swarning comes at a time in which senior politicians put pressure on al - Abadi to modify its plan and theappointment ofcandidates of their choice. and hit thepolitical crisis , the parliament paralyzed warned Abadi that thecrisis may hinder the war on theorganization of the Islamic state ,which is still controlled areas in the north and west of Iraq. the face of al- Sadr said in astatement issued by his office warning to Abadi ,who belongs to the Shiite majority and the president Fuad Masum , a Kurd , and parliament Speaker Salim al -Jubouri , a Sunni.Sadr said "the three presidencies coordination to hold a parliament session and provide cabin (selection) ministerial characterized byindependent Baltknuaqrat without regard to the voices of thequota system abhorrent , " calling current ministers to resign immediately .chest and added that thegovernment formation should be "put to the vote immediately and within a maximum period of 72 hours while maintaining a sit -in inside the dome of the parliament and the attribution of my people is unparalleled through peaceful protests." the chest refers to a sit -in launched byMPs on Tuesday to protest against the revised list of candidates who intend Abadi submitted to avote under pressure from prominent politicians. The protesters say theHouse ofRepresentatives that the revised list will allow corruption tocontinue the outbreak. The initial list provided by Abadi , on 31 March ,composed of independents had hoped to be able to rid theministries from the grip ofpolitical factions that girl influence and wealth on asystem of patronage since the overthrow ofSaddam Hussein in 2003. * adeepening crisisand for the Iraqi parliament to vote on a new cabinet put forward by al -Abadi three times so far. crisis escalated more on Saturday when protesters refused to allow the House ofRepresentatives Jabouri presiding over the session in parliament ,forcing him to cancel it . And accused him offailing to hold ahearing to interrogate al -Abadi on theproposed government formation. He spoke Jubouri on TV on Saturday and urged Iraqi political factions to discuss ways toend the crisis. " The sole of theIraqi parliament ,which represents the legislative and constitutional in the country 'spower and who does not want itsconvening unless we were together on the word either. " Abadi announced that he would hold acabinet reshuffle in February under pressure from Shiite clerics with the continued suffering of thepeople of the high rates ofunemployment and lack of basic services. became corruption a major issue after the world oil prices collapsed two years ago, reducing the country 's budget in time of need where the additional income to cover the war on theorganization of the hardline Islamic state costs. (preparation Salma Mohammed Arab bulletin - edit Ahmed Hassan)[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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