Ebadi rejects calls for his resignation from the Dawa Party and clings reforms

Writings Tuesday, August 25 0.2015

Refusal of the Iraqi prime minister, Haydar al-Abadi, to submit his resignation from the party 'Islamic Call', which is headed by Vice President of the Republic article Nuri al-Maliki, following calls from various circles, and her citizens, parliamentarians and pro-reform, calls Abadi to resign from the party because of its connection B'jraim corruption and violations of human rights'. However, Abadi stressed, at the same time, to proceed with the implementation of reforms, which have affected a number of senior officials in the state.
The source familiar with the coalition, that 'some of the leaders of the popular movement called Balebadi and asked him to resign from his party and a full-time government action, to be away from the pressures and compromises that each tries through which obstruct the reforms launched by the Council of Ministers, earlier this month', noting that 'informed leaders Dawa Party, during their meeting, the last, it is still an active member of the party and committed to his ideas and ideology '.
The source, who declined to be identified, that 'al-Abadi told the meeting his intention to proceed with the reforms that have affected the government heads corrupt in the state, expressing his displeasure to visit Iraq Iranian officials to mediate in favor of prominent political figures her desk reforms'.
In turn, the leader of the Party 'invitation', on the Keywords, that 'Abadi did not resign from the party, and will not do so in the future', saying, in a statement, that the calls' some of them the prime minister to resign is logical, because the party in favor of reforms, launched by Abadi and does not interfere in the government work '.
Keywords and rejected statements by some politicians that tried to indicate to Party 'invitation' control decisions Abadi. And raise the demonstrators slogans demanding the prime minister resign, to get rid of the pressure from the party to cancel its decisions relating to the dismissal and the abolition of the post of al-Maliki, while politicians and specialists felt that the resignation Abadi of his party will give him more room to implement reforms and a full-time management of the Iraqi state. In a related context, search Speaker of Parliament, Saleem al-Jubouri, government and parliamentary reform papers, which Oqrta response to popular demands with 'Union national forces'.
According to al-Jubouri's office, in a statement, that the President of the Parliament held an expanded meeting with the leaders of Congress and the Union to discuss what is stated in the reforms and work on the application, noting that the meeting discussed, too, the course of the legislative process, and the political and security situation in the country.