Sadr welcomes the resignation of ministers and calls for the replacement of the "technocrats"
BAGHDAD / long-Presse
As called for parliament to convene immediately and keep the meeting open until the completion of a bench without a sealed envelope, confirmed al- Sadr the rebels Ktefoa the first fruits of reform.
he said Moqtada al - Sadr, in a statement received (range Press) copy of it, that "we are in revolt against injustice and corruption us some comments on the acceptance of the resignation of some ministers, the first of praise and support for the acceptance of the resignation of the Althelp of ministers , " and expressed He hopes that "dominated the rest of the ministers of public interest and cope with the demands of the people, by offering their resignations and put it in the hands of the prime minister immediately." Sadr said that "these resignations should not be only for the ministries but all government positions Hla gouge , " stressing that "there is a technocratic candidates representing all of Iraq does not represent the mainstream, should not be marginalized, after the whole All the neutrality and independence." He called the Sadr movement , leader of the political blocs to "no pressure on the prime minister to find a replacement worse or similar, but actively seeking a surrogate independent technocrats working for the benefit of Iraq is not in favor of the party , " and urged to "keep the bench from quotas partisan and sectarian, ethnic and factional" .ohdd chest , on the need to "not survive all those who were corrupt former ministers of punishment , " calling on the Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi to "find quick solutions and not to disrupt public interests to disrupt the ministries." He called al- Sadr, the parliament to "convene immediately and keep the meeting open until the completion of a bench without a sealed envelope , " warning of "turning the government into a single party."
He said the leader of the Sadrist movement, "Such things are nothing to do with liberation of the usurped territories, I hope not postponed until the complete liberation ", praising" the efforts of the revolutionaries who Ktefoa the first fruits of reform but a matter of a thousand miles begins with a single step. "
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