Araji: reforms harmed the interests of some people and led them to wave to withdraw
Araji: reforms harmed the interests of some people and led them to wave to withdraw the mandate of Abadi
Alsumaria News / Baghdad - Deputy outgoing Prime Minister Bahaa al-Araji, Monday, that the reforms "a bold step" and its implementation requires a pause fact of all the political partners, in what was seen to wave some to withdraw the mandate of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi because of the slow pace of reforms, is only a "flimsy peg" as a result of damage who signed the partisan and personal interests of some.
They said in a statement Alsumaria News received a copy of it, that "the reforms made by the Prime Minister on the ninth of August, and regardless of some of the constitutional and legal notes where only that it represented a bold and courageous towards the right direction step," stressing that "implementation requires pause fact of All political partners, not as we see it a reality at the present time. "
He said al-Araji, said that "the damage that occurred on the partisan and personal interests of some of them to a statement that announced reforms represent a violation of the constitution and needs to be legislation," noting that "some take waved to withdraw the mandate of prime minister because of the slowdown in the implementation of reforms, and that only a peg and flimsy."
He asked al-Araji, "Did not partners know that when the vote on the reforms in the House of Representatives unanimously, or they did not stand on the constitutional violations in previous governments pack," he said, adding "they did not object to it, as they are in their favor, or at least not attained them. "
He stressed al-Araji, saying, "we have no choice but to find a serious cooperation mechanisms for the implementation of these reforms and to give priority to financial and economic reforms, and support Abadi politically in order to overcome the crises experienced by Iraq."
The deputy outgoing Prime Minister Bahaa al-Araji, announced Sunday (20 September 2015), calls for changing the prime minister Haider al-Abadi "miscarriage of reform project and the intervention of the country in a dark tunnel", as pointed out that al-Abadi Announcement of the reforms is the beginning of a project to save requires everyone's cooperation.