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It confirmed the MP for the coalition of state law high Nassif, Wednesday, that the statement issued by its mass has been postponed for a certain period to re-Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi considering reforms, indicating we find that most of what has been the reform was outside the legal and constitutional frameworks, but rarely.
Nassif said for "Sky Press," that "the statement issued by a coalition of state law, has been postponed for a certain period to re-Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi considering reforms," indicating that "we, in principle, did not give Abadi Tvaudha open but was conditioned to be in accordance with legal and constitutional contexts ".
He added that "there are a lot of decisions made under the mandate came from the limits of the law and the Constitution, and that a lot of partners have found that this approach is a kind of lack of consultation."
She explained, "We find that most of what has been the reform was outside the constitutional and legal frameworks, and particularly with regard to the last salary ladder."
It was followed "could constitute revenue to the state treasury more than one source," asserting that "a review of oil licensing is also possible to achieve revenue of the Iraqi state, but to Aigterp a lot of licenses that may affect the Hrakaih they have placed on the whole."
She pointed out that "This is a great imbalance", calling on al-Abadi said, "come out of this framework."
It is said that a coalition of state law, announced today, in a statement that the withdrawal of the authorization given in the House of Representatives on reforms to the prime minister Haider al-Abadi, also announced that he is no longer responsible for the decisions of the Prime Minister and the effects of future results, on the pretext that he did not Ahaoarham.
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