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Criticized the political bureau of the Union of Iraqi forces by Haidar al-Mulla, Tuesday, what he described as "timid opposition," Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi for "militias", and while stressing the need to keep the reforms on the "political liquidation of differences" a coalition of state law, called on politicians attended the conference held in Beirut under the auspices of Khamis dagger to show the "courage".
Mulla said in an interview, "There are two types of the popular crowd, the first is the one who responded to the fatwa authority in Najaf and serious spirit in defense of the soil of Iraq, the second type is linked to Iran," adding that the latter "is not a priority of keeping the Iraqi land, but how to keep Bashar al-Assad's regime and the Iranian axis in the region. "
Al Mulla said, "The prime minister Haider al-Abadi has opposition shy of the militias, but the crisis in Iraq does not need to be so opposition."
On the other hand, Al-Mulla pointed out that "the political process in need of reforms by limiting arms possession to the state and an end to the phenomenon of militias and concern for human rights file and achieve national reconciliation and attention by multiplying the sectarian quotas," pointing out that "reform is not a political filter to disagreements erupted within the coalition of state law and the National Alliance. "
The prime minister Haider al-Abadi said during a joint meeting held on Tuesday, with the parliamentary political body of the National Alliance and the Union of National Forces, government commitment to the program and Amadah reforms and the fight against "corrupt".
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