Deputy of the Alliance of Iraqi forces Ahmed Attia said the prime minister, Haydar al-Abadi policies, individual and floundering, while denied the existence of the intention to change it, confirmed the possibility of questioning in Parliament.
Attiya said in a statement leap reporter (and the Iraqi News Agency Information / INA) that "al-Abadi flop policy characterized by individual and ill-considered decisions and, 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."
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