November 8, 2015 0
MP from the Kurdistan Coalition Ribawar Taha, said the lack of consultation prime minister Haider al-Abadi with the National Alliance and the Parliament foiled government reforms.
Taha said in a press that "the lack of coordination between al-Abadi government and parliament and return to the National Alliance led a statement to his reforms failed because the prime minister himself government by its decisions."
"We saw in the House of Representatives that he used the powers of the House of Representatives in reforms therefore have been voted on the decision not to allow the use of legislative powers to the parliament."
The supreme religious authority refused to "wrap and procrastination," the House of Representatives in the implementation of reforms.
The representative of reference in Karbala, Sheikh Abdel Mahdi al-Karbalai, in his Friday sermon, "it was emphasized from the outset on the need to walk those reforms paths do not come out for the constitutional and legal frameworks, but to be here also to emphasize that it should not take unnecessary care of the constitutional path and legal way by the legislature [parliament] or others to circumvent the reform steps or procrastination to carry out exploitation of waning public pressure at this time. "
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