Sayyed Hakim levels criticism at Iraqi cabinet reshuffle
Head of supreme council of Iraq, Sayyed Ammar Hakim leveled criticism at the Iraq cabinet reshuffle and the new lineup, stressing the recent changes made by Haider al-Abadi are not right, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
Making his remark in a press conference mounted in Baghdad, Seyyed Ammar Hakim pointed out , “parliament members and some political parties are not that much pleased with the new changes proposing a lot of objections on it.”
The political face placed stress on the recent reforms in cabinet, adding, “We accept no corruption and incompetent ministers; inasmuch as in the here and now, Iraq is facing great challenges and what we do need is competent and honest ministers so as to tackle the setbacks.”
Head of supreme council of Iraq went on to highlight, “it is incumbent upon the parliament members to play an active role in sorting out the problems and meeting people’s need.”