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MadDScout says():Ministry of the Interior, provided by the Badr bloc exclusively.
Candidate of the Ministry of Defence
Says MP Mohammad al-Karbouli, the head of the parliamentary answer, that "the powers Union bloc is still awaiting a response from the prime minister on the candidates nominated for the post of defense minister."
He Karbouli, in connection with the (range) yesterday, that "Osama Najafi gave 10 names, in addition to six others nominated Iyad Allawi," but he says he has "yet to choose a name from the candidates to the Ministry of Defense did not occur."
The National Bloc, led by Iyad Allawi, has confirmed it has had "the greatest luck" to obtain the vacant defense portfolio for more than 3 months.
And renewed the National Bloc, a few days ago, its adherence to the ministerial entitlement including the defense portfolio, despite the return of its leader to take over his duties as deputy president of the republic.
MadDScout says():Agreed Forces Union, last October 17, in the presence of Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, the nomination of four names to the Ministry of Defence, were sent officially to the President of the Government. The candidates are all of the "Badr stallion, full-Dulaimi, and Jaber, Ahmed al-Jubouri."
It was close to the coalition forces parties had earlier confirmed, (range), escalating the chances of MP Ahmed al-Jubouri of Mosul, to win the post of defense minister.
MadDScout says():On the other hand sees MP Karbouli "The prime minister may postpone presentation of vacant ministries, private security, until after the liberation of Mosul," attributing it to his desire to get rid of the "confusion and" international pressure that accompanies the appointment of some ministers, which would get rid of them after the elimination of Daesh. "
Escape from voting blocs
Since months ranges ministries vacant file in place, especially after the vacancy of other ministries such as trade, industry, and finance.
In this context, MP Taha defense, member of the National Alliance and a member of the Front, Reform, that "al-Abadi did not want to provide the Ministry or say two of the four out of fear of failure in obtaining the votes supporting him or perhaps evade the blocks that do not have a stake in the government from entering the parliament session."
MadDScout says():It is likely the defense, told the (range) yesterday, said that "to be bag industry is the only one that decisively," pointing out that the prime minister "has not yet agreed on the three Badr candidates for interior or defense that did not know do you give it to coalition forces or Abadelha trade with Allawi's bloc.
The Allawi bloc, had said earlier, she no longer wanted to "trade" because there are suspicions in corruption cases surrounding the work of the ministry.
And he sacked the prime minister, last year, the Minister of Trade Mlas Alexanzan Abdul Karim, a member of the National Bloc, after issuing an arrest warrant judiciary against the backdrop of corruption charges. But the cabinet statement pointed out that the decision to sack the minister was due to interruption of his work.
War without security ministers
MadDScout says():For its part, says MP Huda Sajjad, for a team-Abadi, "The prime minister runs a fierce war and frees the land from the grip Daesh without a defense minister or the interior."
And carrying MP Sajjad responsibility on the political blocs, which says that it "did not agree on a single candidate to fill the vacant ministries."
It adds a member of the State of Law, told the (range), that "the political blocs have forced the prime minister to choose the candidates accept their blocs, after failing to provide ministers technocrats", citing what a few months before an event with a trade candidate Yusuf al-Asadi, who rejected some parliamentary blocs Altusit it.
And it describes the carpets, a member of the Dawa Party, a block, that "the masses did not agree to Asadi although he technocrats."
MadDScout says():The parliament had voted, in the middle of last August, the nomination of Abdul Razzaq al-Issa, Minister for Higher Education, and Hassan al-Janabi, a minister of water resources, and Kazem cup Minister of Transport, and Jabbar and coffee and oil minister, and Anne wholesome Osei, Minister of Reconstruction and Housing. And he refused to name Yusuf al-Asadi and trade minister.
Believes MP Huda Sajjad said, "Abadi will not repeat it it again, and wait blocs agree on all the vacant ministries to ensure they are all in the voting session."
MadDScout says():I did not post this because it was a day old and I personally don't post it if it is more than 12 16 hours old
MadDScout says():But sometimes I keep a copy anyway
MadDScout says():Andrew what's your take?
ABNewsflash says():Mosul first! Then work on the minister of appointees,that way Abadi has the support of the people!
MadDScout says():He is making it sound like he is leaving it in their court(parliament) or at least the blocs to input the names
MadDScout says():But has given a good argument for making it after Mosul liberation
MadDScout says():Seems not set in stone but maybe a way to light a fire under the blocs
MadDScout says():It was a long article
MadDScout says():I know some have asked about the ministers
MadDScout says():Seems some have not put in any and some want multpile positions
ABNewsflash says():ok no questions here is that article
ABNewsflash says():Legal representative: political differences hinder the adoption of the Justice and Accountability Act
Powers demanded dissolution of the accountability and justice, as opposed to the National Alliance on it.
SRW says to MadDScout():Seems as though Mosul has to be liberalized from Islamic Terrorism.. Then everthing else starts to take place?
MadDScout says to SRW():I can't say as I disagree
MadDScout says to SRW():I don't say have to
MadDScout says to SRW():But it will go a long way towards it
MadDScout says to SRW():We know the CBI wants Political/Social stability
SRW says to MadDScout():Yes Sir....
MadDScout says to SRW():As markers it is looking for for the advancement of all sectors
MadDScout says to SRW():Did that help?
SRW says to MadDScout():Thankyou..
MadDScout says to SRW():(y)
MadDScout says to suprkat53():Did you have a ??
suprkat53 says():We saw in Fallujah that it wasn't totally done before Iraq claimed victory. Do you think the same will happen in Mosul?
MadDScout says to suprkat53():I think there are many little towns along the way also that get cleared
MadDScout says to suprkat53():In these little towns they raise the Iraqi flag
MadDScout says to suprkat53():Sometimes we get a report that citizens have raised them
1bobby says to suprkat53():I think with all the Coalition forces involved in Mosul we'll see a completly different handling of info as far as a liberation
MadDScout says to suprkat53():I think they will make a bigger deal than just declaring a flag raising
1bobby says to suprkat53():Involved in a way they weren't in Fallujah
MadDScout says to suprkat53():But I see what your asking and a short answer could be yes
MadDScout says to suprkat53():Depending on help from the populace
suprkat53 says():What I'm getting at is that we have a ways to go yet before we see anymore progress?
MadDScout says to suprkat53):Not so much if you are asking
1bobby says to suprkat53():The progress is amazing so far
ABNewsflash says():progress is being made everyday in Mosul
MadDScout says to suprkat53():The eastern boarder of Mosul proper is in Iraqi hands
1bobby says to suprkat53():We gotta remember Mousl is 2nd largest city in Iraq.
MadDScout says to suprkat53():There is a coalition in force on the eastern side
1bobby says to suprkat53():Parts of Mosul have already been entered
suprkat53 says():Thanks. Pretty much what I thought, but thought some others might be wondering.
ABNewsflash says():actually there was an article about forces taking a break in fighting which was untrue
1bobby says to suprkat53():Loved the question. It's what people want to know
MadDScout says to suprkat53():You're welcome
ABNewsflash says():Parliamentary Legal Committee revealed, on Thursday, for the continuation of political differences over the approval of the draft law of accountability and justice between the National Alliance and the Union of Forces.
He said committee member Ibtisam al-Hilali said in an interview summarized by the "obelisk", that ((((("there is a political agreement to pass the Justice and Accountability Law in the House of Representatives but at the same time there is an objection by the Union forces, as well as the National Alliance on the enactment of this Act."))))
ABNewsflash says():"The powers demanded dissolution of the accountability and justice, as opposed to the National Alliance on it on the grounds that the Commission had not completed all the procedures," and noted that "the Baath Party Constitution prohibits the enactment of a single law for accountability and justice."
Referred to the House of Representatives failed to pass most of the session, the Justice and Accountability Act because of the controversy raised by the said law between the political blocs.
MadDScout says():Baath party?
jimplants says():how can they desolve a newly passed law thats on the books its toooo late
ABNewsflash says():I had the feeling that a few folks in Facebook were little upset over this article? It clearly sais, and I Quote "there is a political agreement to pass the Justice and Accountability Law in the House of Representatives,but at he same time there is an objection bythe Union Forces,as well as the National Alliance on the enactment of this Act!
Well of course you are gonna have some differences over this law! I dont think anyone likes going to jail?
ABNewsflash says():J and A is not passed yet
MadDScout says to jimplants():I have not seen it pass either
bobby says():Hope that makes sense. I just spilled soup all over my keyboard
1bobby says():Now If it's passed as a law, then we go to the ammendment stagesmy bad then i missread two weeks ago
SRW says to MadDScout():If a law fails in HOR.. Does it go back to Committee for rewording then back to HOR. Reread twice and then voted on again?
MadDScout says to jimplants():It's cool
1bobby says():It does go back to committee but the reads do not start over
1bobby says():If it has a 1st reading and then goes back, next up is a 2nd reading
baxter says():Is Iraq currently in Article 8
MadDScout says to baxter():They are working within art 8 but are not fully compliant
baxter says():Is the spread part of the problem?
MadDScout says to baxter():They seem to have a handle on the spread
baxter says():Ok.. thx
MadDScout says to baxter():It is a matter of putting new banking laws into effect across the board which was talked about in a speach at the International Fair held in Iraq
baxter says():Ok... Thank you
MadDScout says to baxter():Making the auctions more transparent
MadDScout says to baxter():Holding accountable those that break the rules and followup on the education of bank employees