Fatlawi describe Abadi reforms as the "ravages" and asserts: Paper Reform parliamentary nothing to do with government

Criticized the head of the "will of the" Movement MP Hanan al, Wednesday, reforms announced by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, as described those reforms as the "ravages", confirmed that the paper Reform parliamentary nothing to do with the government. She Fatlawi Speaking for the "unexpected" which aired "Alsumaria TV", that "reforms that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced recently are the ravages and not reforms," ​​noting that "the whole world looking for the environment and we come to abolish the Ministry of the Environment."

She stressed Fatlawi, that "paper reform announced by the House of Representatives nothing to do with the government," indicating that "the paper related to parliamentary reform the House of Representatives and working mechanisms." He considered Fatlawi, that "the withdrawal of the mandate of the Abadi mean the withdrawal of support to the political blocs," noting that "al-Abadi did not do anything since Vodhanah in parliament." The House voted in its meeting held in the (November 2, 2015), the decision prevents the executive and the judiciary from the use of his powers, I spoke with reports that Parliament vote on the withdrawal of the mandate of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on voting. The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi recently announced the launch of what he called a "reform package" was notably exempt major Congress of the Republic and the ministers from their posts and the abolition of a number of mistries and other merging with each other, after popular demonstrations and protests in the capital Baghdad and other provinces in recent weeks.