Jaaafr & SoL acknowledge split between Abadi & Maliki 11-12
Deputy for the State of Law Coalition acknowledges the split between al-Maliki and al-Abadi Editor Mustafa Saad - Thursday November 2015 21:58 12
Alsumaria News / Baghdad MP acknowledged for the coalition of state law, Jassim Mohammed Jaafar, Thursday, that is divided between the coalition leader, Nouri al-Maliki, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, and called in the latter to communicate with the state law, he saw that the reform packages were "modest".
Jafar said in an interview for the program "a quarter of an hour," which aired Alsumaria TV, "The relationship between state law and the Abadi improved but what's the problem between them remain the lack of communication, and must strengthen that communication," adding that "everyone is looking at reforms as modest and not commensurate and the size of the mandate given to the slaves. "
In response to a question on the division of state law to two streams, one of the owners and the other for Ebadi, Jaafar stressed that "this fact is due to the formation of the government," noting that "there are those who feel that Maliki is the owner of the credit to the rule of law for having a great voice, and that voice take any form and given to the slaves. "
On the other hand, Jaafar said that "the National Alliance blocs failed to turn it into a realistic Foundation manages the country because of the lack of agreement on the Chairman of the Alliance and the different trends between the blocks."
The MP for the rule of law Kazem Sayadi revealed on Wednesday (28 October 2015), that the coalition gave Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi 72 hours to answer questions submitted by the coalition, pointing out that the latter threatened to withdraw authorization from the Abadi, as MP for the coalition, Haitham al-Jubouri said On the same day, that the rule of law demanded a meeting with al-Abadi to discuss some things, stressing the lack of anything on the withdrawal of confidence from the al-Abadi reforms.
The House of Representatives voted in (November 2, 2015), the decision prevents the executive and the judiciary from the use of legislative powers.