29-04-2015 12:58 PM
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said yesterday that the provinces of Baghdad and Karbala are far military threat to organize Daash.
The Abadi, speaking at a session of the Iraqi parliament described the storm and allocated to listen to the Prime Minister and Minister of Defense and Minister of Interior on the deteriorating security situation in the country and setbacks, the fight against al Daash. and Pat pointing through the past few days the prime minister turned to the subject of targeting a fierce campaign from within the extended Shiite political family to which he belongs, are familiar with the Iraqi issue, said that behind the former prime minister Nuri al-Maliki, who appears to have been forgiven Abadi to take his position at the head of the government. The leaders of the window on the the head of the Shiite militias show dissatisfaction with the al-Abadi, accusing him of succumbing to pressure from Sunni parties to pay towards reducing the fluidity of those militias and restrict their participation in the war on organizing Daash. Observers said Abadi, with its focus on the security situation in Karbala and Baghdad in particular was a response to the Shiite parties accusing him of failing to protect members of the community and regions. and attacked the militia League of the leader of the right Qais al-Khazali, the Prime Minister warned of the threat of terrorism on the city of Karbala, expressing his refusal to enter Abadi, the leadership of the popular crowd within his powers as commander in chief of the armed forces. He said al-Khazali said in a statement «no right to a same inauguration of the leader of the army and the crowd People », accusing al-Abadi undergo for« American and British pressures that prevent the participation of the popular crowd in the liberation of Anbar ». During a speech yesterday in front of the parliament session Ebadi said that «Baghdad and Karbala is would be threatened militarily by Daash, but the security breaches of all Iraqi cities still exist ». He Abadi during his speech, his willingness to step down if found to be unable to protect citizens and provide security for them. He pointed to the lack of retreat of Iraqi forces in Anbar province. Subsequently, the Iraqi Council of Representatives, its meeting hosted by the prime minister and the ministers of interior and defense to confidential, at the request of a number of deputies, to discuss military issues. The Iraqi forces, began in the eighth of the month the ongoing military campaign to restore Anbar Daash out of my hand, but that the campaign seemed stalled to a large extent and caused big losses among civilians and military personnel.
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