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Maliki: Sistani refused to meet al-Abadi because of reforms and the salary scale

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Maliki: Sistani refused to meet al-Abadi because of reforms and the salary scale




11/9/15


BAGHDAD / Sky Press: detection of a coalition of state law, for the supreme religious authority, Ali al-Sistani refused to meet with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who visited the holy city of Najaf on Saturday. The coalition attributed to the delay in the implementation of reforms and passed him the salaries of the new law.
The MP said the coalition Hussein al-Maliki in a press statement seen by "Sky Press," that "al-Abadi in his visit to Najaf would have liked to visit Ali al-Sistani, but the reference has refused to meet him for the reluctance in government administration where resorted then to visit the rest of the references (Sheikh Muhammad Ishaq al-Fayyad and Mr. Mohammed Saeed al-Hakim, and Sheikh Bashir al-Najafi), as well as his meeting with the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr. "
He added that "al-Sistani refused to meet Balebadi because of the delay in the implementation of political and economic reforms as well as fluctuating attitudes in the unification of the salary scale and assaulting the Constitution and fabricating problems with the leaders of the political blocs."
Maliki said that "the visit of Vice President Nuri al-Maliki to leaders of the factions of the Islamic resistance and popular mobilization in response to visits by those factions to him," pointing out that "al-Maliki, a popular figure among the resistance factions."
Abadi arrived Saturday morning to Najaf to meet with the Big Four references (al-Sistani, al-Fayad, al-Najafi, al-Hakim), as well as the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, to discuss the developments in the political and economic situation.

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