The Sadrists are worried about the "collision" between supporters of Maliki & Abadi
The Sadrists are worried about the "collision" between supporters of al-Maliki and al-Abadi
Baghdad, Iraq pre-Q -6 October: expressed Sadrist bloc affiliated to the National Alliance, on Tuesday, fears of turning the dispute between the Vice President of the Republic article Nuri al-Maliki, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, a clash between supporters of the two parties.
The leader of the Liberal bloc Abdul Aziz Zalmi in a press statement, "I am afraid that the dispute between al-Maliki and al-Abadi turns into a collision between their supporters," and accused al-Maliki to "obstruct the reform steps taken by Abadi during the past period."
Zalmi pointed out, that "the reform steps Abadi lost many prominent political figures from their posts", in reference to the Vice-President of the Republic Nuri al-Maliki and Osama al-Nujaifi and Iyad Allawi.
He explained Zalmi statement Abadi, last Saturday, that "the main actors revealed the political and the interface that impede reform steps," noting that "it became clear from hampering reforms, especially after the request Abadi from a number of officials, including Maliki evacuation of the presidential palaces within 48 hours."
He said a close associate of the leader of the Sadrist movement, said that "al-Maliki is more figures that ignore opposed and Amtedt Abadi steps of reform," warning of "widening differences between the poles of the Islamic Dawa Party, after the recent Abadi's remarks."
Vadt and Iraqi sources, on Monday, warning that al-Maliki face to Abadi message, after the latter called him last Saturday, "the commander of necessity", in reference to the analogy of the recipe were fired at the head of the former regime of Saddam Hussein in the eighties of the last century.
The sources said that "Nuri al-Maliki sent a warning message from an angry epithet Abadi, one of his recipes Saddam Hussein," the commander of necessity ", after Abadi launch a major attack on al-Maliki, blaming him of responsibility for the loss of billions of dollars of Iraq's money during his reign."
The sources pointed out, that "al-Abadi received a green light from the Americans to attack the al-Maliki after his return from New York, which is observed by everyone in his speech on Saturday, causing it to charge the atmosphere between al-Maliki and al-Abadi."
For its part, called the MP for the coalition of state law, the emotions of grace, Abadi, is intended to clarify by saying (Commander necessary) in a recent speech, stressing that "the reforms achieved by adopting a moderate speech which strengthens the hope in the hearts of the masses" .anthy (1)