Abadi "sometimes [has] to obtain approval from Maliki before making decisions. 7/26
Expert: Abadi "sometimes [has] to obtain approval from the al-Maliki before making decisions."
Khandan - WASHINGTON Zia Caliph - Revealed the political and military expert, retired Maj. Gen. Ahmed Fadel al-Mashhadani, a large pressures faced by the current Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi of his successor, Nuri al-Maliki, while noting that al-Abadi Aztr sometimes to obtain approval from the al-Maliki before making decisions.
Mashhadani said in a statement singled out the "Khandan" said: "Reports from Baghdad confirm that the current Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi exposed to heavy pressure and attempts to depose him by his successor and current rivals Nuri al-Maliki."
He said al-Mashhadani, said: "Many of the state institutions suffer from political conflict and confusion in the implementation of the resolution because of the control of al-Maliki on the joints of the task," he said, "Abadi Aztr sometimes to obtain approval from the al-Maliki before making decisions."
And the expert that "the information received from the Iraqi capital, confirms that the current government with two heads, one of them is trying to devour or undermine the other," noting that "it will reflect negatively on relations between Baghdad and Erbil, which is trying to Abadi to restore it, as well as with the Peshmerga and the Iraqi army forces, and the relationship between the parties political in Baghdad, as well as the integrity of the Iraqi judiciary.