Movements in the backstage of the National Alliance for change Abadi
By: wab1
Date: Tuesday, 22-09-15 02:22 am

Baghdad/Baghdad newsletter
Informed sources revealed the movements behind the scene of the National Alliance for change

Haidar Al-Abbadi, Iraqi Government after the reforms announced by the crisis raised with its partners.
Sources told Asharq Al-Awsat published in London on Monday over a "hindrance" to replace the Prime Minister, that "both the Islamic Supreme Council headed by Ammar al-Hakim and Sadr movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr say that if so it won't come anymore one of Dawa party (led by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki) Prime Minister."
Sources disclosed that the verbal altercation between Al-Abadi of Maliki and his predecessor.
She explained that the latter last week went to the headquarters of Abadi "began shortly after the shouting between the two men.
"Maliki out of Office Abadi angry talking about who what he called traitors and agents of the English, in reference to the party leaders who were with him and turned to Al-Abadi, including Sadeq al-Rikabi, Tareq Najem and Walid ornaments (and three British citizenship).

In context, said Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi, he knew that some close friends they will be turned after the reforms. "
Abadi said during his speech at the Conference (your Government service), on Monday, that "some protections for some of the characters are equivalent to the total three divisions but within the real measurement of this unreasonable", stating: "we know that some close us they will be turned on us after these reforms."
In the meantime, the National Alliance leader and Deputy President Iyad Allawi article campaign against Abbadi.
He said that the decision to curtail protections Abadi "grooming ground for the process of the assassination" doesn't hurt in the alleged repair box.