After more than 100 days of the government of Prime Minister Omar Haider al-Abadi, deputies from different political blocs felt that it made many achievements in the files related to corruption and security, unlike his predecessor, Nuri al-Maliki, who has seen the country during his eight years amounting to a lot of crises. She was an MP for the Kurdistan Alliance Shirin Mohammad Reza, optimistic severe government Abadi said, "has several important steps, where he managed to eliminate corruption and open aliens file and committed to a settlement between the province and Baghdad, trying to address all outstanding issues between them." Mohammed explained that "Stretch organization Daash Say in the reign of al-Abadi, through the victories achieved by the Peshmerga and the international coalition aircraft with the participation of the Iraqi army in the Sinjar district and other areas," arguing that "Maliki is provided fertile soil for extended Daash in Iraq."
She noted that the low budget back to the former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who wreaked havoc in Iraq. "
She said, "We do not want to pay tax corruption Maliki and plundering of Iraq's money, must be prosecuted and the freezing of his assets."
Muhammad felt that Abadi not stepping steps al-Maliki of any hand, Valebadi open to everyone from the Sunnis and the Kurds, Shiites and managed to strengthen relations with regional and Western countries to restore relations with foreign and defeat extremist organizations.
And the assumption of al-Abadi, who was vice chairman of the House of Representatives in the current session, as prime minister in September last September, the successor to the leader of the coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, who was chosen to be vice president.
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