“It is likely that the two ministries will be run by the proxy and remain in this form until the prime minister reaches an agreement on the candidates, and this may continue until the end of the government,” he said.
He stressed that “adherence to the opinion and not to accept the candidates will delay the resolution of the two posts,” noting that “delayed completion of the cab may weaken the Parliament’s control of the government and accountability for the government program.”
The leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, said that “the coalition of reform and reconstruction, wants to change the candidate of construction Faleh Fayadh for the interior, and they are not afraid to pass by a majority vote, but do not want to revoke the agreement on the criteria of nomination and specifications of the candidate that is objection to the origin of the principle and not the person, That “the Democratic candidate with Abdul Mahdi, even if the candidate for the interior is Fayadh.”
“The political consensus and alliances are tactical and not a long-term strategy, and we say that all alliances are all interim alliances, and this is true because,” he said, “there is no permanent position in politics but a fixed interest, no remaining friend, no permanent enemy and the Iraqi political map.” Each stage has its own political nature and nature. “
He noted that “the biggest challenges facing the government of Abdul-Mahdi is the lack of cabins and terrorism and financial and political crises and low oil prices and services and the file of displaced and US sanctions on Iran and others.”
“The party is not an organizational party, it is closer to the current and the public, and it can give positions to figures from outside the party,” Haddad said, denying his criticism of the party for my nomination as second deputy speaker.
He pointed out that “the relationship with the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan is a democratic and political relationship,” noting that “resolving the candidate of the Ministry of Justice if there is no Kurdish-Kurdish consensus, the majority is the other option, which is within the democratic mechanisms and we have only this way either by consensus or majority.”
“The National Union has taken its share and more in the presidency and should keep the position of the Democratic Party in the government, but the Union says that the presidency was decided by voting and that they must participate in the government and here the dispute between the two parties, and they think they have a share in the government but the Democrats say they took their share This is a constant argument between them. ”
He denied a member of the Presidency of the Council of Representatives, “any problem in the vote on the cabinet cabin headed by Adel Abdul Mahdi and we were keen on the participation of deputies and do not believe the participation of others in the vote of employees or guests as it is said,” noting that “the absence of electronic voting problem we face in counting votes of Representatives “We started the voting project, which does not cost much and is given to a company and is now in the contracting stage.”
Regarding the financial budget for 2019, he said that “the budget set by the previous government and not the fingerprint of the new government of fiscal policy, social and economic vision and the special time narrow was formed a joint committee of the current government and the Parliament to prepare and review the budget and the development of observations and study, Add and delete “.
Al-Haddad added: “When I returned the budget from the government has not been modified only in 5 points and I think the discussions will be sharp on the budget in parliament,” noting that “the most controversial points is austerity budget because of low oil prices, although we aspire to be more flexible but not different From past years. “
“The government should henceforth find imports and other sources that do not depend on oil, whose prices are volatile and other sectors such as industry, agriculture and tourism must be activated,” he said.
Al-Haddad called on “the parliament and the government to fight corruption, although it is a step by step or at least to stop this corruption,” pointing out that “a large proportion of public money goes to corruption and waste and fake projects have no reality.”
“We do not know how 12.6 percent of Kurdistan was identified and we do not know how 17 percent was determined because it is not based on precise criteria, which should be based on the proportion of the population,” he said.
He added that “it was agreed in 2005 to identify 17% of the budget and then was reduced to 12% Despite all these ratios did not reach the region more than 10% because of the fiscal deficit and sovereign expenditures, which also includes the region,” revealing “the direction to reform the budget for the region and go to the option Between 12% and 17% “.
A member of the presidency of the parliament, that “political strife reflected negatively on the performance of the House of Representatives and vice versa,” stressing that “the Presidency of the Council of Representatives is 100% harmonious and all members have experiences of responsibility,” calling for “the need” to resolve the parliamentary committees in the coming days because they remain vacant Affect the legislative and regulatory role of parliament. “