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Abadi intensify its efforts to form a parliamentary bloc of 183 deputies in response to threats to the rule of law

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Abadi intensify its efforts to form a parliamentary bloc of 183 deputies in response to threats to the rule of law




11/12/15


BAGHDAD / Sky Press:
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is seeking to form a parliamentary bloc will be the largest in parliament and support the decisions that came through Bembagesat and meetings with influential Iraqi religious and political figures and heads of blocks series
She pointed out that those leaks "Abadi intensified its efforts in the last period to hold a series of meetings with Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish leaders for the bloc of deputies from all sects be the largest in the composition of Parliament.
He said that the efforts of Dr. Abadi, this comes naturally as a result of the negative attitudes that stopped a coalition of state law because of it and he seeks to get rid of the restriction of the members of his Dawa Party and continued his threat to withdraw confidence and impeachment.
According to the newspaper also for a number of positions witnessed by the Iraqi political scene, including the visit of Mr. Ammar al-Hakim to Arbil to meet with al-Abadi MP Bahaa al-Araji, and then the religious references in Najaf (except for Mr. al-Sistani), and finally a meeting with Muqtada al-Sadr, whose newspaper confirmed that all these meetings are in this Context .
The newspaper said al-Abadi was able to win over many of these Parties, through the good Not positions and privileges such as the ministries and agencies of the ministries and public departments and independent bodies promised by new entrants to the alliance a number.

The State of Law coalition announced earlier objected to some of the reforms implemented by the prime minister, accusing him of exploiting the mandate given him the House of Representatives and take beyond the Constitution, which called on members of parliament to vote on the withdrawal of that authorization decisions.

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