BAGHDAD / tomorrow Press:
, The President of the House of Representatives, Saleem al-Jubouri, said Saturday that the parliament does not vote on the candidates of technocrats, who presented them Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, without checking their CVs, pointing out not to retreat from the end positions by proxy.
Jubouri said in a speech, on the occasion of the Iraqi martyr, in the presence of the three presidencies, and I followed, “Tomorrow’s Press,” that “we maintain the political process because we are without them we will be in a big mess, and today we are in a severe crisis and to overcome them we impartiality of impulses partisan.”
He added, “We are working on the success of the reshuffle in accordance with the Constitution and the law, but we do not vote on the candidates presented by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, without fully checking their resumes, and on al-Abadi work with us to accomplish this amendment.”
He continued, “The parliament also decided to end positions by proxy, and will not retreat from it,” calling for political blocs to “consult urgently on the completion of the amendment before the voting session.”