Leader of the Dawa party denied that the withdrawal of authorisation.
State law authorized to withdraw Al-Abbadi State law pulls delegated to Baghdad.
State law pulls delegated to Baghdad/Baghdad-Abadi newsletter announced the State of law Coalition to withdraw the bonus you authorize him to Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi in the House "to its decisions and lack of consultation with political blocs".
The coalition said in a statement Wednesday it was briefed "Baghdad newsletter", "we are members of the State of law Coalition had previously supported the Government, Haider Al-Abadi since the first day of its formation last year, stood firmly by her side to help overcome the financial crisis and military and security afflicting the country and threaten its unity, sovereignty, and the Coalition for the last period he opposed Government policy both internally and externally".
The statement added that "the announcement of the new salary scale came to submit additional evidence to insist on lack of consultation with political partners on issue of life for millions of Iraqi people with the belief that the new peace poses a serious threat to the middle class which is the base engine in the community".
But the leader of the Dawa party and coalition relations denied that the withdrawal of authorisation. He said that "talking about withdrawing authorization apparently leaks to the media from some members of the State law, and are not aware of personal actions of Islamic Dawa party out", adding that "the party has not taken a decision and thus no political Bureau of the Communist Party and even the President of the State of law bloc parliamentary writer was not part of this case"