Shabandar: Abadi plead too uniqueness and committed a great sin downsample ministries

Alsumaria News / Baghdad - Former politician and deputy Izzat Shahbandar, Saturday, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi committed a "great sin" in the reduction of ministries, noting that "uniqueness" and swizzle in the "uniqueness."

Shabandar said during his speech to the program, "declared Khvaya" which aired "Alsumaria TV", "Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi may not be able to proceed with the change, may be forced to resign," noting that "the uniqueness and swizzle in its uniqueness even that he did not consult one in the sacking of a key Congress of the Republic and the ministers. "

Shabandar added, that "al-Abadi committed a cardinal sin when reduced ministries," adding that "the reduction of ministries reward corrupt and looters of the senior who will be stealing four ministries after they steal three."

The prime minister Haider al-Abadi recently launched a series of reform packages included exemption of major Congress of the Republic and the ministers, and the abolition of some ministries and tear with each other.