Parliament calls for the resignation of al-Abadi advocacy and a full-time duty for the government party

National Coalition Kadhim al-Shammari
MP for the National Coalition Kadhim al-Shammari, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, to resign from government advocacy and a full-time duty for the party, saying that the party affiliations and restrictions Ketloah constrained. Al-Shammari said in a statement that "al-Abadi has today a historic opportunity and support did not materialize for any prime minister earlier in Iraq, religious Valmarjaip and the street today are the shield hippocampus to achieve reform, and that the parliament announced explicitly its full support to any legislation or repairs needed Abadi." He said Shammari that "membership of the party and bloc is a natural thing in democratic societies, but Iraq is passing through special circumstances and there are major challenges and the pressures of partisan restrict Ibadi and make it awkward to dismiss or apply the law to many influential figures in his party or other parties within the National Alliance." He added that "the ball today in Abadi playground and the street with him and was succeeded by his supporter, therefore, he must step that task and bold step to build a new political style is based on loyalty to the nation and all the people without any party affiliation or sectarian". He called at the conclusion of his statement to Al-Abbadi said "the call to resign from the party and a full-time to deal with the big task at the head of the pyramid of the executive branch of his duties."