Only three months did not go on the announcement of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi for political reforms that did not work, according to observers, as it faced a lot of obstacles on the constitutional, legal and political acceptance by the majority of the blocks Bergaladtha maintained at the expense of those reforms levels.
Analysts saw that al-Abadi exposed to external pressures prevented him from taking courageous steps to change the reality, as described by activists as an attempt to calm the street being just propaganda and false promises impossible to achieve.
Turkmen deputy in the State of Law coalition Nahla Alhbabi said that "the people's demands need to be a great time and can not be applied in overnight," she said, "Prime Minister subjected to greater capacity regarding the reforms under pressure."
Confirmed Alhbabi for "Sky Press," that "the reforms demanded by the people, need time to be implemented and can not be done in overnight."
For his part, MP for the coalition of state law, Ahmed al-Badri, said that "the withdrawal of the mandate of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi at the present time does not serve Iraq and the political process."
He said al-Badri's "Sky Press," that "all the political blocs that Taatzafar and join hands to support Abadi, regardless of the steps recently taken by that."
So expect political analyst Ali al-Badran, said that "the withdrawal of the mandate for Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and the end of his government middle of next year", adding that "the religious authority and some of the political blocs is not satisfied with the policy of reforms and Abadi, according to the data."
He said al-Badran's "Sky Press," that "a lot of internalized blocs in the National Alliance rejects the policy and reforms, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, as well as see that Abadi is today does not want the National Alliance, in addition to the sources confirmed that supreme religious authority is fully satisfied with Abadi Although he was given full powers to him. "
In the same vein said political expert Ahmed White, that "Iraq has become disjointed and Parliament semi-disabled and paralyzed," While pointed out that "the Sunni and Kurdish forces have become absent from the political scene."
The White's "Sky Press," that "there are those who believe in the entitlement to form a new government capable of reform, the pressure on the government of Haider al-Abadi, whether from home or abroad."
For his part, said civil rights activist Ahmed al-Tamimi, for "Sky Press," that "the reforms did not touch the daily reality of society, and it's just steps to calm the situation Odhir dust in the eyes, especially as the supreme religious authority in a sermon last Friday prayers of the saucer-Husseini al-Sharif stepped up its rhetoric and demanded take decisive attitudes towards the fight against rampant corruption and the protection of the state. "
He noted it was "just propaganda and false promises impossible to achieve."
It is said that a number of media covered the story that day, the parliament voted unanimously to withdraw the mandate of the Prime Minister on reforms.
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi pledged in the 11th of August to continue the reforms it promised the people and saying, "I will continue even if it cost my life."
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