Baghdad -arac Press October -30: Shura Council announced the Dawa Party, on Friday, his support for the reforms, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, to draw a severe blow to sixty deputies from the coalition of state law (the biggest parliamentary Dawa party blocks) had made the decision, Wednesday , the prime minister to withdraw their mandate to hold government reforms.
Information Office of the Islamic Dawa Party, said in a statement received / Iraq Press / copy of "The Shura Council of the Islamic Dawa Party, met on Friday and discussed the political, security and economic developments in the country and draw the appropriate attitudes around."
The party said in a statement, "support for the reforms undertaken by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, which came in response conscious to the appeal of the Supreme religious authority and in response to popular demands," stressing "the importance of rationalization and developed in the framework of the Constitution and so as to push the wheel of the political process forward."
And across the Shura Council call for "pride in addressing the heroic and the supervisor of the armed and security of our troops and popular crowd in the right battles against the wrong party in the face Daash terrorist is in passengers", praising "the magnificent victories recently achieved in Baiji and cutters and other operations."
The statement continued that "the Shura Council adopted several resolutions and in line with the developments and events in the Iraqi arena and partisan matter, and select the appropriate mechanisms for its implementation."
Stone announced deputies from the coalition of state law, last Wednesday, to withdraw their mandate to Ebadi in reforms, and while underlining the lack of responsibility for the decisions issued by the Prime Minister, who accused him of exclusivity in the decision and the lack of consultation with them or other political blocs.
The statement, signed by sixty deputies of the coalition led by Nuri al-Maliki, and received / Iraq Press /, a copy of which has "already supported us Government Haider al-Abadi, since the first day of its formation in 2014, the past, and we stood with full force to its part to help overcome the financial and military crises and security plaguing the country and threaten the unity and sovereignty, "noting that he" did not score on the coalition for the last time that the general policies of the Government of the internal and external viewer. "
The deputies of state law, has "supported the Ministerial limbering packs reforms announced by Abadi, despite the observations that we had, so as to avoid entering into political confrontations may benefit the organization Daash and his allies of Baathists and Nakecbandian and those who stand behind them outside the border", Mstdrickan "Unfortunately him, that Abadi rejected the principle of consultation with the State of Law bloc and other political blocs including exacerbating the general situation in the country by about a threat of catastrophic incidents in the next phase. "
The undersigned, in their statement, "We learned Ministerial Baltrchiq packs reforms of the media as the rest of the other political blocs, have failed all our efforts to discourage Abadi not override the Constitution and the laws in force under the reform banner with the supreme religious authority has stressed the need not to skip the Constitution and the laws in the implementation of reforms that we believe need and useful. "
He said the signatories to, that "the lack of consultation policy produced serious negative effects on the holy war against terrorism through financial and armament and logistics decisions taken and led to fold the popular crowd, which had a major role along with the security forces in thwarting the draft organization Daash backed by some international bodies and regional and who planned the invasion and destruction of the capital Baghdad and the violation of its holy sites. "
They concluded their statement by saying, "The House of Representatives signatories no longer responsible for the decisions of the prime minister and the effects and consequences of non-commitment to the constitution and laws," revealing "pull our mandate that its curve to Ebadi in the House of Representatives on the reforms, which was conditional on respect for the Constitution and laws." Ended (1) Q
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