Shammari calls Abadi to take real measures without shame from any party


(Independent) .. saw a member of the House of Representatives of the National Coalition MP Kazem al-Shammari, Wednesday, that the slowdown in the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi implementation of the required reforms Send a message to the masses made them feel very disappointed, calling him to not embarrassed by any party that works to take action Accounting for real spoilers and achieve real reform and not just formal or media.

Al-Shammari said in a press statement by his press office, "There are many parties are betting and wished earned to absorb the momentum of the demonstrations as a prelude to overcome without achieving reforms, slowing Abadi in the implementation of bold and meaningful steps in the way of reform is the contribution of unintended achieving Amani those corrupt parties."

"The reforms Abadi still just margins and actions do not live up to the size of the corruption that gnaw the body of the country and exhausted its budget and the looting of its wealth until we've become today the budgets of the government did not exceed the weakest of faith cover only operating expenses without any investment projects it is possible to make the citizen feel hope a better future did not find any Projects for the maintenance of infrastructure and still Daash roosting on the chest of Iraqis in many areas and carried out his crimes in all provinces, with all the flexibility and ease. "

He said Shammari said "Iraq is passing through the worst epochs economically, militarily and politically, and Abadi demands steps bold written his history is proud of bearing his name in the future that faces mischief and were the cause of the loss of nearly a thousand billion dollars of the country's wealth in previous years," noting that "in If you do not Abadi ability to achieve this it he must not leave his name as part of the dark phase in the history of Iraq and submit his resignation and the water comes out the face and left the floor for the Iraqi people to do his own revolution reforms before it is too late. "