The rule of law: Parliament stressed confidence Balebadi did not give him the mandate

Thursday 29 October 2015 | 12:47

BAGHDAD / ... stressed the leadership of the coalition of state law, honest frankincense, Thursday, the House of Representatives said that the confidence of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi using his powers, while exiled Abadi granting a mandate to use all his powers as a constitutional violation.

He said chewing gum for "Eye Iraq News," "The paragraphs of the Constitution did not include granting authority to the prime minister by the House of Representatives," pointing out that "the Constitution only provides for the authority of local governments to grant the mandate of the House of Representatives or in reverse."

He added that "the rule of law for his meeting with al-Abadi, who was scheduled to take place yesterday because of rain, denying any meeting of the National Alliance on Wednesday evening."

"The State of Law coalition is keen to participate in decisions Abadi," adding that "the coalition has a lintel with Abadi, for not to consult with the state law and the National Alliance when making decisions."

He continued chewing gum that "the State of Law coalition plans to hold a meeting with the deferred Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to overcome the crisis experienced by the country." It ended 4