Protect Abadi. Intervened to break up a melee between Maliki and adeeb interrelation defectors! " Date: Tuesday, 11-08-15 02:55 pm
According to a source from the Islamic Dawa party that altercation between my Deputy President Nouri al-Maliki and article number of the Dawa leadership background vote last CPC Secretariat dimensions.
The source said the meeting was supposed to be a series of leaders of the Islamic Dawa party Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi and MPs Ali al adeeb, Ali al-allaq, Sheikh Abdul-Halim Al-zuhairi, Waleed Tariq ornaments star was held at the home of the Prime Minister to agree to put aside party Secretary General Nuri al-Maliki.
He added that Mr. Maliki was aware of form and subject matter of the meeting which invited him to attend and a declaration refusing to step down from the party's secretariat, which subsequently caused a brawl between entourages Vice-President article Yasser Abdel Hussein Al-Maliki, Maliki-shammary mp Ali al-adeeb and Mr. Ali al-allaq which necessitated the intervention of Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi protection intervention and disengagement.
The Declaration of the disqualification of the current Secretary-General of the Islamic Dawa party, Jawad Al-Maliki became certainly being the only way to get rid of the consequences of the previous phase.
Said Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi, the accumulated errors of the political system could not be borne by the current Government in reference to the involvement of the Government, "Al-Maliki's predecessor, but with responsibility for reform, noting that the formation of this Government hope to Iraqis.
What issued Abadi ordered the closure of the borders and airports to all State officials of general managers and above, and freezes the movement of seven senior officials accused of corruption
Recall that the protests affected many provinces since (31 July 2015), due to corruption and poor electricity, and exacerbate the energy crisis without drastic solution, despite promises of "dumped optimism", launched by several senior government officials, led by former Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki, Deputy Minister for Energy Affairs, Hussain Al-Shahristani, as well as the Ministers of electricity, all previous Governments.