The Iraqi people and the coalition faces a booby-Maliki demanding Haider al-Abadi clarify his intention to "the leader of necessity"



October 6, 2015 2:02

It stepped up criticism of "indirect" by the President of the government, Haider al-Abadi, predecessor to the Government of Nouri al-Maliki, on responsibility for "squandering" the country's wealth, the rumors about the existence of "split" within the Dawa and the State of Law coalition party.

And it confirms the parties in the National Alliance, that "the Dawa Party, one of which is witnessing conflict wings followed by its general secretary, Nuri al-Maliki, and the other is behind the Prime Minister, Haider al-Abadi, who took over as prime minister in mysterious circumstances."

And warns the parties to the Shiite National Alliance, of "dangerous disputes call out to the public", and criticizing statements "made by his predecessor, al-Maliki against al-Abadi, preferring to resort to the judiciary to prosecute corruption, which talked about."

It attributes the Shiite parties' criticism Abadi unit to pressures facing the street and religious reference for him to continue reforms ", and accuses the former prime minister, as" more parties that hinder reforms. "

The Abadi occur, during a press conference last Saturday, (third from October current 2015), for the previous governments of squandering the wealth of Iraq through what he described as "donations and bids commander necessary, especially during election seasons," in reference to former Prime Minister, who is accused of using state resources for electoral gain.

Abadi called to "hold accountable those responsible for this waste," stressing that his government was "preoccupied to pay the debt of oil companies, and that it recognizes the government in its coffers three billion dollars, compared with debt of $ 15 billion to these companies."

Janahi call conflict

Says MP from the bloc citizen, Shawqi Salim, in an interview to the (newspaper term), it was "clear that the Dawa party broke in two, the first follow-Abadi, and the other al-Maliki."

And see Shawki, that "the collision between the wing became improbable, because the first is taking it upon himself to fix up the mess the previous government, and harmony with the three presidencies," and shows that "al-Abadi holds the Maliki government responsibility waste of money, and causing the fall of Mosul, and the massacre of Spyker, and arms deals, and a lot Other corruption cases. "

He adds member citizen bloc, the Islamic Supreme Council, led by Mr. Ammar al-Hakim, that "the prime minister is under great pressure from the street and religious reference for the continuation of reforms, what made him explode in front of the media, and accused his predecessor, including state of affairs in the country."

But the visual MP, believes that "al-Abadi was not supposed to get excited in front of the media, and to resort to the judiciary to investigate issues of corruption," and promises to "Abadi made a mistake because he did not broaden the base of participants in the reform process," in reference to a previous criticism of the prime minister, on "uniqueness" and a team of his advisers to prepare the reform packages.

He continues bloc member of the Supreme Council, which is the most prominent al-Abadi allies, that "al-Abadi should have been assisted by partners lest considered the issue personal, while accusing the previous government of corruption," and excludes "Washington impact on these statements, which coincided its launch a few days after his return from New York after where attend the United Nations General Assembly meeting. "

It goes Shawki, that "America has announced its support for the reforms, but said it would not interfere in it."

Division of the National Alliance

Conversely Shawki reveals "the scarcity of the National Alliance meetings since renamed Abadi to head the government in September 2014, and the lack of a meeting is not twice, since the announcement of the reforms in August, at the home of Foreign Minister, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, who is still regarded as its President," and asserts that " the meeting was attended by all the coalition parties. "

He goes by the coalition of the wise saying, "The agreed on the outlines of public policy in the country, the coalition but it is very different in the details," and adds that "eight of the Committee, which represents the parties are all the Shiite alliance, did not reach common positions on contentious issues."

Maliki ignores Abadi

To see that the Liberal MP for the bloc, Abdul Aziz Zalmi, that "the reforms announced by al-Abadi, did not admire some of the characters who lost their posts."

He says Zalmi, in an interview to the newspaper (range), "The words of the last Abadi revealed the main reason for the real and disruptive reforms", shows that "disrupts Abadi reforms become clear, especially with the breadth of leaks from the recent request from al-Maliki, the evacuation of the presidential palace occupied by" . And mention of the Sadrist bloc member, that "the news also indicates that al-Maliki had ignored more personal decisions Abadi reform."

He warns a member of the Liberal bloc, of "the seriousness of the arrival of the differences within the Dawa Party into the open", and expressed his fear of the possibility of "conflict turned into a clash between supporters of al-Maliki, who are many, and supporters of Prime Minister al-Abadi."

The MP for the coalition of al-Maliki Ammar al-Shibli said at a press conference held at the parliament building that "the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi held, on Saturday, a press conference in which he addressed the challenges faced by Iraq during the past years and the suffering today," noting that "some mouths stinking It exploited the remarks and the interpretation of some of the language that is intended by the leader of a coalition of law Nuri al-Maliki. "

He said al-Shibli, that "today we stood to muzzle malicious mouths and silence paid satellite channels which manipulated the texts of statements," adding that "their voices cacophony and machine lies that they use today will not undermine us and our leaders, known courage, national and sincerity."

He called al-Shibli, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi "bridleth clarify its horns, which affect him and the leader of a coalition of law Nuri al-Maliki version," asserting that "a coalition of state law legally haunt anyone who tries to abuse or prejudice national symbols and leaders."

For its part, called on Deputy for a coalition of state law - which is led by Nuri al-Maliki Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi it is intended to clarify by saying [commander of necessity in his press conference last Saturday.

It said the emotions of grace in a statement that "if we talked to corruption and waste of public money must be open failed with the Kurdistan region oil and the oil accord files, which have been smuggled through Turkey, oil and suspicious transactions, officials and contractors phantom entrepreneurs, but in any case we must be neutral and fair if We wanted to eliminate corruption in all its forms, and move away from selective, stressing that the reforms achieved by adopting a moderate speech which strengthens the hope in the hearts of the masses.

She added that the blessing "of the terms of the reforms should be to build a moderate speech strengthens the hope in the hearts of the masses," al-Abadi, calling to "clarify the meaning of saying [the commander of necessity], Iraq is a necessity and not a leader of this term is still the demise of the former regime."

It showed that "the political blocs since 2003, must bear the responsibility for what happened the waste of public money, it can not be limited to a specific region of the case."

The prime minister Haider al-Abadi attacked in a press conference last Saturday of corruption and described as "the ruler and commander of necessity" in previous governments, including the distribution of donations in times of elections.

Abadi and wondered, "Why does not have a cash reserve government," noting that "the government and its treasury received only $ 3 billion and there are $ 15 billion in debt and we are up to the month of July we pay benefits oil companies for the past years."

He added, "Is it acceptable that the policy of the country are moving this way and lose wealth in those years? Opulence with previous governments and increased bidding by the leader of necessity Is that permissible?" He is stressing that "this may not be the property of not being one because it belongs to the people and no one has the right be so kind to people and gives them increases even elect him and this is not true."

The prime minister pointed out that "the distribution of donations in times of election corruption must account for it and so we started taking advantage of being a corrupt elections to push Shi is not the king of the ruling because he belongs to the Iraqi people

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