Bahaa al-Araji feet Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister and leader of Sadr resigned on Monday to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi following the opening of a judicial inquiry into allegations of corruption attributed to him, while rolled reactions to the decisions announced yesterday Abadi.
They said that his resignation "comes from the public interest, and in support of the reform project of Ebadi, and Mthola to request the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr . "
The resignation came after orders were issued from Sadr's office required to submit his resignation Araji "immediately" from his position, and prevent him from traveling until the end of the elimination of the investigation of corruption cases against him.
He is al-Araji, a representative of his Liberal parliamentary bloc of the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr.
And accused members of the Iraqi parliament Araji as "the acquisition of real estate in the capital, Baghdad , and convert large sums of money to invest abroad and buy real estate in the European countries. "
And the opening of an investigation in conjunction with the release of al-Abadi decisions included past and present open the files of corruption in state institutions and departments, and the formation of an ad hoc committee mission work principle of "Where did you get this?".
Decisions and responses
included the decisions of the prime minister also cancel all of the posts of Vice Prime Ministers Republic and scaling are the senior officials or cancel privileges, and a response to the demands raised in the demonstrations in the last few days administrative reforms.
The decisions sparked mixed reactions Abadi, has called on the President of the Republic Fuad Masum, a "commitment to constitutional and legal contexts in taking actions and decisions," said Iyad Allawi, head of -naib Algmehorah- that the decisions of the Abadi "override the Constitution."
In contrast, the head of the Iraqi parliament demanded Saleem al-Jubouri heads of political blocs to support the decisions of al-Abadi , said in a press statement today that the Iraqi parliament will spend two-lane in the reform process: the first regards the reforms made by al-Abadi package, and the second includes a research paper reform complementary to the paper Abadi include issues not else has taken Abadi, reflecting the heads of parliamentary committees and privileges, controls and conditions to be provided for those who received officially or sovereign position, and the multiplicity of sexual and assign independent bodies to independent figures, and issues relating to immigrants, and to hold accountable corrupt, and question ministers.
And he demanded the resignation of al-Abadi al-Jubouri, a number of ministers who are found guilty of corruption, and said that "the House of Representatives will determine clearly the names or institutions for the purpose of accountability for the involvement of corruption."
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