Sunday 08/11/2015 0:55
/ Follow-up / Baghdad news
Former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki that the regime change in Iraq and turn it from a parliamentary system to a presidential order is welcome, pointing out that this is unlikely at the present time being needs a constitutional amendment. Maliki said in an interview I followed "Baghdad News" "There are efforts to change the Iraqi regime in the future," explaining that "this process of change needs to be a mass claims by the Iraqi people through peaceful demonstrations and a wide impose change on the politicians in the House of Representatives." Maliki said that "the presidential system empowers people to elect a president directly latter and the formation of his government and be held accountable for his work during his presidency. "
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