November 6, 2015
Leader of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki said on Friday the reforms carried out by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi as unconstitutional, noting that the withdrawal of the mandate of the parliament came after realizing the political blocs to an error committed by delegating Abadi, absolutely.
He expressed al-Maliki in an exclusive interview with Radio tow will be broadcast later support for the withdrawal of the parliamentary mandate from Abadi, according to the principle of separation of powers, noting that he can not delegate the prime minister and give him the powers of parliament and the elimination of the fact that the Constitution separation between these powers according to the law of the management of these institutions and can not give someone the validity of all state institutions to do whatever he wants reforms in accordance with the standard.
Maliki reiterated that the posts of Vice-President of the Republic did not despite the publication of the Prime Minister canceled, explaining that he still retains his position as deputy president of the republic, and that the abolition of positions is unconstitutional and that any decision by the Prime Minister contrary to the Constitution, should not be implemented, adding that determine the three vice-presidents of the Republic came according begun in 2011 of Parliament which gave the three vice-presidents of the Republic Act, noting that al-Abadi if he wants Tkulaism to only one and not cancel all their posts he must initiate a special law revocation vote in Parliament on whether al-Abadi's intention to cancel all the Vice-President of the Republic.
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi decided in (9 August 2015), the abolition of the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister "immediately".
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