Vice reveals an abuse of the Vice-Presidents of the Republic ..! 10/1
Vice reveals an abuse of the Vice-Presidents of the Republic ..!
MP for the National Coalition Hassan Chuird, Thursday, that the coalition qualify the National Guard Law as a step toward "the division of Iraq", in what was considered the dismissal of the Vice-President of the Republic immediately "abuse them."
Chuird said in an interview, said that "we have a reservation to the National Guard as well as the Law on the conferences that took place outside Iraq," adding that it "steps, if obtained, they are going towards the division of Iraq."
Chuird stressed that "all parties in parliament supported the reform in all its forms, but we have not seen any reform in the sense of reform but simple feminine for the mechanism of action of a simple did not see the light," pointing out that "the dismissal of the Vice-President of the Republic has riding on the Constitution and the departure from the scope of the mechanism."
And between Chuird that "Allawi had the desire that there be a meeting of senior big political blocs to clarify Abadi position, even if that happens to foot the Vice-Presidents resignations of Ebadi," adding, "but that these become the House of Representatives two articles for reasons scalable corruption and immediately, they are not natural, and abuse them."
The national coalition leader Iyad Allawi (18 September 2015) called for the change of prime minister Haider al-Abadi and commissioned "a mighty" instead, stressing the need to reconsider the executive branch and the involvement of some of the forces of "popular movement" and some of the forces that are still outside where the political process.
And the face of Allawi, in (4 September 2015), a scathing criticism of the slaves, and considered that the latter "does not care about the Constitution", as denounced what he called "reform that did not fit," Abadi called for a televised debate.
Abadi decided, in (9 August 2015), the abolition of the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister "immediately".