Is Abadi received a threat on his life ..? 14/08/2015
Is Abadi received a threat on his life ..?
The Wall Street Journal, the US said Friday that the Iraqi parliament by voting on the reforms made by the government proposed by Prime Minister that package, proved the Iraqi people first demands that are still not all unrealized response, while the newspaper posed a question about what Abadi said in a speech a "It will not stop the reforms even if it cost him his life."
The newspaper added in a report, said that "parliamentarians lawmakers have a rare agreement for the first time last week, which is a good step to prevent disintegration and reduce the chaos gap in the country," indicating that "Interestingly, ordered that all political blocs, backed the steps of reform and showed its commitment to the directives of the religious authority , which urged the prime minister to account for negligence, without exception. "
"The problem today facing achieve the demands of the demonstrators, is reported the adoption of these reforms by the judiciary, which he considers the protesters basis of corruption in the Iraqi state, as it is hoped to go out today to demand reform of this power and the sacking of the largest of its official Medhat al-Mahmoud, who accuse him of close proximity to Nuri al-Maliki, According to the slogans of the demonstrators and Thacadhm for a demonstration today. "
The Prime Minister said Haider al-Abadi said in a statement on the back of the reforms carried out by the parliament, "I congratulate the Iraqi people on the approval of Parliament reforms and I promise to continue to reform even if Kfatta my life."
The paper shows "renewed question here against the backdrop of a statement the Prime Minister on his life pay the price of reform in the state, which is, you said Abadi threatened or actually received threats from political parties threaten his life, especially that this sentence repeated twice since assuming the post of prime minister."
A spokesman for the Speaker of Parliament Emad al-Khafaji, described the demands of the demonstrators a good thing, confirming the success of the demonstrators to put pressure on the executive and legislative power to achieve their demands.
Activists say civilians, citing the newspaper that "the boldest reforms carried out by the Prime Minister, the abolition of the three posts of Vice-President of the Republic, which affected the main rival Nuri al-Maliki al-Abadi, a former prime minister."
And see the Wall Street Journal the US, that "al-Abadi in front of a lot of pressure on the prosecution of government officials involved in graft during the previous years, it is hoped that the Abadi provide these defaulters to court to Mhasabhm ones and this has emerged clear to these officials, when he started some of whom leave the country for the road to Baghdad International Airport, but security prevented from traveling in accordance with instructions from Mr. Abadi. "
The protests have swelled in recent weeks amid a lack of electricity and fuel, as well as stop the air conditioner amid warmer in daily temperature that reached Qsutea to 53 degrees Celsius.
Although the reform package which had received the approval of Parliament, it is not clear how and when these new reforms will be implemented.