Abadi ... What is behind the escalating his attack on al-Maliki
Wrote: October 5, 2015

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi positions taken unprecedented against his predecessor, Nuri al-Maliki, and accused him of squandering the wealth of Iraq, but Iraqi politicians have questioned the ability of al-Abadi to implement reforms because of the great influence of al-Maliki.

Abadi al-Maliki and warned to evacuate its headquarters in the Green Zone in 48 hours, as part of the officials have more than one place was to give them a deadline to vacate government Mqriham, according to Iraqi media means.

Abadi is based in this procedure to its decision to abolish the post of vice-president, who is currently Itbooah Maliki within the reforms approved by the inter-Abadi.

Abadi was taken last August decision to open the Green Zone in the Iraqi capital Baghdad in front of movement of citizens and the first in 12 years time, it has in part been the implementation of this decision already.

The move came after a wave of protests in the Iraqi capital and in many southern cities, which called for the provision of basic services and the prosecution of corrupt.

The Iraqi government canceled a large government positions, including vice president and reduced security measures in response to protesters' claims.

Abadi launched Saturday during a news conference, an unprecedented attack on the al-Maliki, said: "Previous governments squandered his gifts and wealth of Iraq," referring to the al-Maliki government between 2006- 2014, and called for those responsible for this waste of money the country accounting.

It was the deadliest attack Abadi addressed to his predecessor, who belongs to the same party, "the Islamic Dawa."


But politicians seem skeptical of al-Abadi's ability to achieve the reforms promised by.

He said the Iraqi political Fihran pus in an interview with Sky News Arabic "The most important of open green area in front of the citizens to open an investigation with the corrupt and those who stole the resources of the country and Ooglua in the blood of Iraqis."

Pus and added that there is pressure exercised by political parties on Abadi to stop the reforms and want to prevent him from continuing to work forward with the reforms.

He said that the dispute between al-Maliki and al-Abadi become visible, expressing his belief about this latest rift in the "call" party dispute, and that al-Abadi al-Maliki is prime minister forcibly snatched from him.

Iraqi politician and considered that al-Maliki has the largest force in the party as well as his control over the militia and described Balqoah, pointing out that this force is seeking to block political reforms in the country.

He believed that the al-Abadi to take advantage of popular support for the reforms and support the religious reference and some opposition parties to pass the reforms promised by.

He said: "I do not think that al-Abadi be able to corrupt accounting unless support internationally and had the courage", pointing out that corruption has a blanket of "mafias" was able to respond to Iraqi forces, accusing Iran of supporting these mafias.