Infallible: Replace Abadi is difficult and differences of the National Alliance hit him a lot

[Baghdad-where] counting President Fuad Masum, the possibility of replacing the prime minister Haider al-Abadi another person as a "difficult matter".
Masum said in an interview with a limited number of heads of media institutions in Iraq, that "the replacement of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is difficult," adding, that "the differences of the political blocs, especially the largest bloc [National Alliance] began to reflect on other political blocs, it is also affected too much on the performance of the prime minister.
"Masum said that" al-Abadi came by difficult within the National Alliance bloc, "unlikely" to change the government and its president, as it is said here and there, because of the many difficulties which may ensue, and therefore, the solution is to be achieved consensus within the block that belongs to the Prime Minister, the National Alliance, so that we can face the rest of the challenges in the state. "Responding to the question about his position explicit of the three deputies ordered Nuri al-Maliki, and Osama Najafi, and Iyad Allawi, who sacked Abadi, Masum said "It is no longer I have vice-presidents, particularly after parliament voted unanimously on the first package of reforms Abadi" .