Union forces officially for not "convinced" all the deputies Union announced reforms Abbadi,


Union forces officially for not "convinced" all the deputies Union announced reforms Abbadi, Iraqi forces Thursday evening, not "convinced" all his deputies recent reform actions to the Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi, describing such actions as "administrative" and "austerity", explained that "the lack of conviction of the deputies" will determine its position on the issue "to keep or withdraw the authorization granted to the Prime Minister".

The EU said in a statement issued this evening that "as long as we have stressed the need for a scientific method to extract and evaluate government performance away from attitudes and political influences, we have expressed our position in support of the Government and reforms that Abbadi had promised to achieve by giving him the credentials".

The statement said that "after three months on the mandate we work scientifically and systematically questionnaire to explore the positions of members of the Union of forces of the movement of reforms promised by Prime Minister through scientific questions is far from any political position, the fact that national public demand reforms expressed by peaceful demonstrations, supported by civil society organizations, clans and religious authorities".

The statement, that "the referendum process was completed and reversed vision and assess the Iraq forces Union Congress, a step that will give a revealing indicator of us in determining our position on the question of keep or withdraw the authorization granted to the Prime Minister".

In his statement, the Union noted that "the questionnaire resulted in discontent all deputies of the Union of the forces of the remedial action undertaken by the Prime Minister of being was an administrative action and not touching the austerity demands of the Iraqi people and demands our fans of innocent prisoners and refugees and displaced persons, in particular".

He was a leader in the NII mp Mohammed halbusi revealed earlier Thursday, meeting Thursday evening between the Parliament and EU Ministers and national coalition in the House of Parliament Speaker Salim Al-jubouri to take the decision to continue supporting Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi.




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