A member of a coalition of citizen Fadi al-Shammari: Abadi political forces threatened that it will not stand by and watch if reforms have been targeted

Detecting a coalition of citizen member Fadi al-Shammari, Tuesday, that there are political forces "threatened" Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi as "will not stand by and watch" if it is targeted reforms, in what was described claim Abadi commissioned two million to change the constitution to "emotional and hard." Al-Shammari said in an interview program "a quarter of an hour," which aired Alsumaria TV, "It should not be used for demonstrations occupancy arena for key priorities," explaining "we have information that there are plans to strike starting from the southern provinces of Basra." Shammari denied that "the President of the demonstrators demand is the dismissal of the governor of Basra," stressing by saying "there are demands dismissal of the governor of paid political views."

In another aspect, between al-Shammari that "there are political forces that brought the threatening letters to Abadi, it will not stand by and watch if she felt that there are targeted to their location," stressing that "we advised Abadi consult of gave you advice is not unique and sends worried letters to political forces". He described Shammari speech Abadi claim a mandate of two million to change the constitution to "emotional and hard," pointing out that "the Prime Minister and everyone knew that to change the constitution needs to be a set of constitutional mechanisms, and that despite what the Constitution of the gaps we have to proceed from the direction of reform being a document only legitimate Almtfiqin and that fit them. "The prime minister Haider al-Abadi recently announced the launch of what he called a" reform package "was notably exempt major Congress of the Republic and the ministers from their posts and the abolition of a number of ministries and other merging with each other, after popular demonstrations and protests in the capital Baghdad and other provinces During the past few weeks.