Iraq crisis rain exposes people's trust in Government by Omar al-Ibadi

Roodao Erbil successive crises that have rocked the Government, Haydar Al-Abadi since enacted by the Prime Minister on 11 August 2014 operated much the Iraqi Street until the sit-ins and demonstrations such as 90 days to protest the deteriorating services and administrative and governmental corruption.

Most crises and of the capital of Baghdad and other cities to floods devastated might be the finale to the durability of the Government, Haider Al-Abadi, who belonged to the Dawa party, which in turn threatened to withdraw confidence from Abadi to anti-corruption reforms.

The Iraqi people have confidence in the Government in political affairs Abadi Abdul Ameer Al-abboudi, describing the Iraqi Government by "impotent" short of providing essential services to the Iraqi home, noting that rainfall is not new in the country, it did not affect the Government of Nouri al-Maliki in advance.

He spoke Jay, roodao media network said: "Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi was subjected to widespread criticism on the deteriorating security and political solution in the country but managed to overcome those obstacles".

He predicted that "the crisis despite rains will exceed Abadi criticisms large of now".

He described the Government as bonded Abadi "weak and unable to fight administrative corruption causing the President to a water crisis that hit the country".

Mona Ahmed spoke, government employee in Baghdad, talked to roodao network media saying: "the crisis in Baghdad revealed the size of the rampant corruption in the Government Al-Abadi".

She added: simple rain crisis may lead to expose corrupt files in the service departments. Confirmed: "the Baghdadi citizens lost faith entirely in Government, Haider Abadi".

The owner of alantar water which covered most of the street of Baghdad Electricity most of the capital and the disruption of telephone service. As about four people their wrestler in the camp for displaced people in Abu Ghraib area (20 km west of Baghdad).

Abbadi and fixes rain crisis of public confidence and challenges since its inception protest in Baghdad and Central and southern Iraqi cities capital late last August, the Government has faced enormous challenges in front of Haidar Al-Abbadi, popular demands for their ghost protesters liberation square in central Baghdad and several Iraqi cities.

In order to avoid immediate crisis Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi agreed Thursday on civilian crisis management cell's recommendations on addressing the situation of internally displaced person camps due to heavy rains.

According to the Prime Minister: "competent teams began in cooperation with the Red Crescent by securing more than 2,000 tents and thousands of furniture and linens to replace damaged ones. The Ministry of transport created a fleet of tankers from its subsidiaries to ensure delivery of these materials also provided Ministry of displacement and migration relief supplies ".

Torrential rains that struck the capital and its suburbs since Wednesday, causing the sinking of many regions and districts forcing the Iraqi Government to consider Thursday a public holiday for government offices.