Jubouri flirts reforms Abadi in a tribal conference in Najaf 11/8/2015
Jubouri flirts reforms Abadi in a tribal conference in Najaf
11/8/2015 0 Comments
Najaf, Iraq-Presse November -8: House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri said, he supports government reforms that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi seeks to implement them. He said al-Jubouri in a tribal gathering held in the hand of freedom south of Najaf in the presence of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Saturday night, "We are with reforms in all state institutions and are involved in this step." And Jaouat Alttmanah this message to the government at a time when al-Abadi said, after a meeting with a number of religious authorities and the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, said that "the parliament sent the wrong message by the recent decision on the reforms."
Abadi accused unnamed parties of "trying to bring the conflict between the authorities," stressing "his determination and his determination to continue reforms and the fight against corruption and not be undone despite the challenges and obstacles." He stressed Abadi, after his meeting with al-Sadr, "the need for the unity of all Iraqi parties and forces in the face of Daash terrorist gangs and the challenges in Iraq." He held Abadi al-Jubouri in the city of Najaf, which they visited separate, yesterday, short talks on the sidelines of a tribal conference in Najaf. The meeting came a day after the rejection of the Supreme religious authority in Najaf for what he described as the "wrap and procrastination" on the reforms, and the government has recommended not to go out on constitutional frameworks. The representative of reference in Karbala, Sheikh Abdel Mahdi al-Karbalai, "it was emphasized from the outset on the need to walk those reforms paths do not come out for the constitutional and legal frameworks, but to be here also to emphasize that it should not take unnecessary care of the constitutional and legal path way by the legislature or other to get around the reformist steps or procrastination to carry out exploitation of waning public pressure at this time. " The parliament had voted, in its meeting last Monday, the refusal to carry out a mandate of any legislative powers entrusted to him by the Constitution and the separation of powers in Tnivha.