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Long-Presse / Baghdad
Confirmed leader of the Sadrist movement, on Tuesday, a crowd Almatsamh will not return to their homes only to achieve reform as the country on the verge of “collapse”, and among the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, tarry application of the reform project in a practical, despite public support for him, stressed that the Sadrists do not want to cancel the constitution or disrupt parliamentary life.
A member of the Shura Council of the Center for the Study Sadrain honest Hasnawi in an interview with the program (the people and the Government), which aired on Al-range satellite from inside the Square sit-in in front of the Green Zone, “The conviction of the Sadrist movement has not changed a clear day in the sit-in movement that we see today, and stay away from the impact of foreign embassies in its decisions. “
He Hasnawi that “the continuation of corruption and Tvagueth made a speech Sadrist more purity and closer to the masses,” noting that “al-Abadi said more than once adopted for projects reform but tarry in implementing these projects in a practical, yet provide him public support significantly.”
He said the leader of the Sadrist movement that “the protest is not a hasty step, but came at an appropriate time after the growing social awareness which is far from religious and sectarian identities movement, noting that” politicians have abandoned oath and betrayed the trust “, stressing that” Mr. al-Sadr does not want power and prestige and glory and currently he has enough. “
Hasnawi and between that “can not be of the nature of the case that the election be productive with the continuation of this decaying state mechanism where there must be reform before starting the next election process, and without them would be to repeat the experience in the same data on a failed without reforming.”
He Hasnawi that “Iraq is on the brink of collapse and the fans came out and will not return before you check out the reform,” noting that “the former our proposal to form an alternative to the Governing Council Government was not accepted at the time, but today it has been invited efficient personalities and non-partisan after we found that Abadi made a selection mechanism wrong to form a government of technocrats after demanding political blocs to submit candidates such as ministers, not independent as we demand. “
He Hasnawi “We do not want to cancel the Constitution is subject to a lot of good and brilliant constitutional articles and which at the same time a lot of paragraphs mined, we also do not want to disrupt life and the abolition of parliamentary life, and abolition of political pluralism,” pointing out that “our demand is the government save Iraq from its crises and including the Iraqi people deserve it. “
The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr announced on Tuesday the formation of an independent ministerial cabins “high level” to be presented to the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, called the last to be presented to parliament for a vote, and with the exception that he “threw the argument of the government,” committee for uncovered reforms The cabin includes 90 personal positions of ministers and agents.
And the holding of the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, on Tuesday, held a meeting with the Special Committee formed by the reforms in the 19th of the month of February, to choose ministers technocrats, his home city of Najaf to discuss the findings.
And he presented the cleric, Muqtada al-Sadr, in (the 19 of February 2016), a list of independent Iraqi figures whose mission would be to form a committee to choose a new ministerial cabin, warning that failure to accept the proposal of the political blocs will be followed by “other steps”.
The Sadrists began on Friday, the (18 March 2016), an open sit-in at the gates of the Green Zone, the center of the capital, Baghdad, after crossing the bridge despite the declaration of the republic’s security forces to prevent the organization of the protest.
The leader of the Sadrist movement, launched in the (13th February 2016), a project of reform in the country includes four files, while calling for the formation of a government of technocrats, “far from the ruling party and partisanship,” headed by current Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and “a political team that includes politically and nationally independent and a judge known Lakeadath, “and as he emphasized the need for the nomination of heads of independent bodies and the leaders of military teams and army Chief of Staff the names of the approved by the House of Representatives, threatened to” no confidence “from the Government Abadi, in the event of non-implementation of the project within 45 days.