Maliki's coalition is better Abadi refer to him or cut off the relationship with him!
Source: Maliki's coalition is better Abadi refer to him or cut off the relationship with him!
October 29, 2015
BAGHDAD / News Network Iraq senior source revealed, all claim a coalition of state law, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who belongs to the coalition clarify the "excesses" in the implementation of reforms. The source said that "the coalition believes that al-Abadi began to exceed the powers of parliament and the powers of his office and without consulting the coalition or political blocs. "He added that" the rule of law Khairat al-Abadi either by reference to him or the relationship with him cut and it does not represent the coalition in office as prime minister, "adding that" these demands be answered Abadi, the liberation and Iqdamaa to the rule of law. "
The source explained that" one of the issues that the coalition by objected to al-Abadi - led by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki appointed Imad Khersan as Secretary-General of the Secretariat of the Council of Ministers and the Agency without consulting the science of state law and with a speech on the Khersan that he came from a third party, "adding that" al-Abadi denied his candidacy Khersan but the latter received office and the coalition called for the fact he is. " He added that "the rule of law referred to the Prime Minister for Hawija process and free hostages last week of US forces in collaboration with the fight against terrorism in the province of Kurdistan forces without the knowledge of the government." The source familiar with today reported that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi called State of Law coalition of the meeting Wednesday evening. The source did not disclose the topics to be discussed at the meeting, but it comes a day after the news of the withdrawal of a coalition of state law mandate Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, in the House of Representatives "for its uniqueness decisions and lack of consultation by with the political blocs in making reforms, including the the new salary ladder. "