October 30, 2015 0
He denied MP for the rule of law Ahmed Kanani the existence of any splits within the coalition of state law or the presence of attempts to withdraw confidence from the al-Abadi or replaced.
Kanani said in a statement singled out the "news agency of our economy" that "no truth to the existence of the collection of signatures within the coalition of state law to replace Dr. Haider Abadi, the prime minister and that this news to try to stir up discord between the components of the coalition."
Kanani said that "what happened is to send a memorandum by the parliamentary bloc of Ebadi stresses the need to engage in reforms and mass Alstratjah sensitive decisions and appointments such as the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers and the National Intelligence Service and other security process."
He revealed Kanani that "on Saturday there will be a meeting of the state of law in the presence of Abadi al-Maliki, where he was the goal of the memorandum for reforms within the coalition, which stopped its meetings over the past month because of a disagreement in views between some leaders and tomorrow will resume the rule of law meetings which confirms beyond that dispute."
Kanani said that there are some statements MPs call for media excitement or to serve their personal interests and we will work to repair this thing.
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