Delay In Resolving The Remaining Ministries Is Negative And Does Not Benefit The Political Process In Light Of The Repercussions Of The US-Iranian Crisis

BAGHDAD A member of the House of Representatives for Watan parliamentary bloc, Hisham al-Suhail said, "a lot of political blocs and their MPs with a quick approval of a number of laws that affect the welfare of society, expressed the hope to vote on th...

BAGHDAD A member of the House of Representatives for Watan parliamentary bloc, Hisham al-Suhail said, "a lot of political blocs and their MPs with a quick approval of a number of laws that affect the welfare of society, expressed the hope to vote on the laws on the parliamentary agenda of the sessions this week.

He told (NINA) "The concern of some leaders of the political blocs to nominate the candidates of the remaining ministries has clearly affected the work of parliament during the previous and current period and we hope it will end quickly."

Suhail added that" the delay in the consensus on the nomination of candidates for the remaining ministries is negative and does not serve the political reality, which was built on the compatibility between components and blocs", calling on those who have the highest word in this matter to finish it quickly, especially the security ministries.

"The region has been suffering for some time from the repercussions of the US-Iranian crisis, which no one knows to what extent it will reach and its effects on everyone, especially Iraq which is clear," he said.

Al-Suhail stressed "the need to end the crisis of the remaining ministries and pay attention to all of Iraq's surroundings in order to ensure that it does not reflect negatively on our stable security reality and does not give an opportunity for terrorism to take effect again."

The agenda of the meetings this week includes several laws ready to vote, including the Penal Code and other concerns the scientific complex and the law of financial management and the other civil presses

It is noteworthy that the political differences on naming candidates for the remaining four ministries / Interior, Defense, Education and Justice / continue despite the constant emphasis of the Prime Minister and some blocs to resolve them soon.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency