Abadi Parliamentarians: any decision of the Council to change the government will be respected
Awan / Baghdad
Stressed Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, said Tuesday that the government would respect any decision in parliament to change, among the Cabinet vote on decisions by consensus and there is no marginalization of any component of the people.
Ebadi said in a speech while attending the parliament session, today, said that "Iraq today is fighting a serious war on terror, and we should not disagree on fight Daash or support the security forces and fighters," noting that "any decision in parliament to change the government would be respected by them." .
Abadi added that "the decision to go much, much easier than the decision to enter the government," adding that "the Cabinet decisions are voted on by consensus and there is no marginalization of any component of the people."
Abadi said that "all bear responsibility," explaining that "the military is a symbol of the nation and weaken it will lead to a significant risk."
Arrived Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Tuesday, the parliament building, accompanied by Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi and Interior Minister Mohammed Salem Ghaban and the commander of joint operations team
first corner student Hgati and the commander of the Baghdad Operations Lt. Gen. Abdul Amir al-Shammari and a number of security chiefs to discuss the security situation in the country.
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