December 30 2014
BAGHDAD - ((eighth day))
Criticized the former Prime Minister and current Vice President Nuri al-Maliki, "Tuesday," Prime Minister's decision to withdraw Haider Abadi veto law 21 provinces.
A source close to the prime minister Haider al-Abadi, "the head of the previous government, demonstrated a keen resentment of the decision to withdraw the veto law" 21 "Special governorates not organized province," during a telephone conversation with Prime Minister al-Abadi.
The source added, the Mach-Abadi said the decision to withdraw the veto victory for Grmaúhm politicians, notably the Islamic Supreme Council.
For his part, Abadi said, "The current government is not a one-man government, but is an integrated government and genuine partnership must take non provinces regularly province full rights, and that the current government is giving full powers to the provincial councils in the light of the law of 21 average, and it's moving in this direction for the application decentralization, "stressing" at the same time that "does not return for a commitment to decentralize the Constitution."
The prime minister Haider al-Abadi expressed during his visit to the province of Basra yesterday about his wishes to transfer the capital of Basra, Iraq, stressing economic support.
This praised the head of the citizen Hamid vegetative, on Tuesday, the intention of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to withdraw the appeal of the law of your average 21 governorates.
The vegetative in a press statement that "the determination of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to withdraw the appeal of your average law 21 governorates is an important step that will expand the powers of the provincial councils and make them more able to accomplish the tasks assigned to them."
As governor of Baghdad, said Ali Mohsen al-Tamimi, on Tuesday, that the decision of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi unzip freeze the powers conservatives will contribute to the solution of various problems, particularly in investment, residential and urban provinces management and achieves the principle of decentralization ..
The former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki presented challenged the law, "21" your average expand governorates not organized province of the powers of the Federal Court in a move that was intended to focus powers, however, the prime minister only.
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