Denied political blocs, on Wednesday, and there is no intention to change the Prime Minister, Haider al-Abadi, despite the likelihood of some of questioning in parliament as a result of "uniqueness and fluctuating attitudes" and continuation of many of the policies "rejected" inherited from the previous government, including the appointment by proxy, while Deputy for a coalition defended the rule of law with him, and expressed satisfaction with 80% of his policies, denying the existence of "uniqueness" of the decisions.
The political scene recently witnessed numerous leaks about the possibility of changing the head of government, for "failing" to respond to the claims of the masses on the one hand, or to satisfy political partners on the other hand, as well as "hesitation and confusion" of its decisions, according to sources, who peddled.
The 60 deputies of the State of Law bloc parliamentary accused, on Tuesday, the prime minister, Haydar al-Abadi, the "uniqueness" of resolution and lack of consultation with them or other political blocs, nearly led to the worsening of the general situation about threatening to "disasters" in the next stage, and announced "lack of responsibility" for decisions and the withdrawal of al-Abadi, who gave him their mandate in parliament on reforms.
Supreme Council: There must be reform in consultation between the political blocs have no intention to change Abadi or questioning
It stressed a leading role in the Islamic Supreme Council, that reform must be consultation between the political blocs, denying the existence of an intention to change the prime minister, Haydar al-Abadi, or questioning of parliament, despite the fear of the continued appointment by proxy and other rejected and inherited from the previous government's policy decisions.
Said Hamid Maaleh, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The Council made clear its channels across the need for a carrier to the reform project has a strong and supportive," returned that "it can only be done through consultations between the political blocs."
And he denied the leadership council, led by Ammar al-Hakim, "and the existence of a trend to change the current Prime Minister, Haider al-Abadi, or the possibility of questioning in parliament," noting that "The Council supports the consultation between the political blocs to reach solutions to the problems and crises the list."
He Maaleh, for "fear of the continued appointment by proxy and other rejected and inherited from the previous government's policy decisions."
Alliance forces: Individual Abadi policies and floundering and will question in Parliament
To that count Deputy for the Iraqi coalition forces, the head of the government's policies, Haider al-Abadi, individual and floundering, while denied the existence of the intention to change it, confirmed the possibility of questioning in Parliament.
Said Ahmed Attia, in an interview to the (long-Presse), said that "al-Abadi policy characterized by flop single, ill-considered and decisions, as a result of lack of consultation with other blocs, although the government is supposed to reflect the partnership," noting that "the alliance with the condition of the reforms are not inconsistent with The Constitution does not affect the lives of citizens, as well as the private amend the salary scale, which affects a large segment of people, or those special privileges which may not be canceled, but not the individual decisions of the laws, being granted primarily under the laws. "
He denied MP from the Union of Iraqi forces, in turn, "there is no intention to change Abadi," adding, "But there is an intention for questioning."
He stressed the gift, the "coalition of the Iraqi forces do not object to people Abadi, but on the wrong policies."
State of Law: surprised charge Abadi exclusivity confirms satisfaction with 80% of its policies
Meanwhile Deputy for a coalition of state law, convinced that the coalition, including 80% of politicians Abadi, surprisingly, being accused of "exclusivity", especially that some powers belong to the Parliament, and that decisions in the Council of Ministers are the consent of the representatives of the other political blocs.
A useful Baldawi, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The Government Abadi, headed since it was formed to carry out reforms, to cope with the financial crisis and other challenges that some important decisions required", noting that "a coalition of state law, convinced including accounted for 80 percent Abadi of policies and decisions, being in the public interest, and consistent with the requirements of the current stage, especially in light of the fierce war against al Daash terrorist ".
Baldawi said, that there is "an agreement between the political blocs on the Platform Abadi, especially for the Kurdish bloc," pointing out that "some powers belong to the House of Representatives can not be the President of the government to take an individual decision on them as some people think."
He was surprised by the coalition headed by Nouri al-Maliki, of the "accusation Abadi individualism," asserting that "decisions in the Council of Ministers does not take individually, to the presence of representatives of the members of the other political blocs should vote for them."
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