Security nominees will remain unsolved - al-Iraqiya MP
5/13/2011 11:39 AM
KARBALA / Aswat al-Iraq: Al-Iraqiya Bloc MP member said that the question of security and defense nominees will remain unsolved even once the 100-day period elapses, due to political sharing, calling for "a feeling of responsibility to solve this crisis."
Mohammed Al-Da'mi, in a press statement attended by Aswat al-Iraq, added "the insistence of Premier Nouri Al-Maliki to nominate unqualified and unprofessional figures is the main reason, as well as the insistence of his bloc to hold the post of ministry of defense."
The names submitted by Premier Maliki are not expected to easily pass due to al-Iraqiya's rejection of these figures.
Voting for these nominees was also postponed due to agreement among the political blocs.
Parliament Speaker Usama Nujeifi, in a press conference attended by Aswat al-Iraq, said he will call all political blocs to a meeting to confirm national dialogue, partnership, and agreement on plan of action.
These differences on security and defense posts lasted for the previous four months.
It was agreed that the ministry of interior will be for the National Alliance, ministry of defense for al-Iraqiya bloc provided that the nominees have no party affiliations whatsoever, but each bloc rejects the others nomination
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