Abadi reforms in the "ninth dialogue" ... Do I turned the cabinet to a shadow government?
MP for the rule of law Mansour Baaja, that most of the reforms, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi violation of the law and the Constitution, pointing out that what happened to him the last of the internal and external support did not get him any prime minister before him.
He explained Baaja in an interview for the program "ninth dialogue" on the channel "here Baghdad," the space, that there are differences within the rule of law provoked Abadi Btafrdh in decision-making, noting that state law supported in his reforms, but we have not touched any real reform so far.
He pointed out that there is a government default in the popular crowd salaries issue, adding: "We are with any accounting Shortened regardless of his position."
For his part, ruled out mass citizen member of Raad al-Haidari, there will be a move from the rule of law for the return of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to become prime minister, pointing out that there are political limbs seeking to weaken the role of the rule of law in the political process.
He said al-Haidari told the same program: "Our support of Ebadi was in accordance with the government program and reform of the paper, we do not see that there is a severe deviation in its reform, but there is ambiguity and superficial reforms that are in the prosthesis and not radical.