State law withdraw its mandate to Ebadi
Thursday 10.29.2015 6:26
Baghdad / Baghdad news
announced a coalition of state law to withdraw his mandate with that granted to the prime minister Haidar
al-Abbadi in the House of Representatives "for its uniqueness decisions and lack of consultation by the political blocs."
A statement by the coalition on Wednesday seen by "Baghdad News", "We are members of the coalition of state law already and that we supported the Government of Haider al-Abadi since the first day of its formation last year and stood with full force to its side to help overcome the financial, military and security crises plaguing the country and threaten the unity and sovereignty, did not score on the coalition during the past period that the general policies of the Government of the internal and external bidder.
"He added The statement that "the announcement of the new salary scale came to submit additional evidence to insist on the lack of consultation with political partners in the case of interest to life for millions of the sons of the Iraqi people with the belief that the new peace poses a serious threat to the middle class, which is the base engine in the community."
But the leadership in the coalition and the Dawa Party on the Keywords denied information that talked about the withdrawal of the mandate.
He said that "talking about the withdrawal of the mandate appears to be leaks of information from some members of the state law, the actions of personality was not aware of the Islamic Dawa Party out," asserting that "the party has not so decision nor of the political bureau of the party and even the head of the parliamentary bloc of state law on the writer it was not part of this case. "
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