State law provides two proposals to dissolve the differences between al-Maliki and al-Abadi
Editor Mustafa Saad - Tuesday November 2015 19:43 17

Alsumaria News / Baghdad
New coalition of state law, Tuesday, support for the prime minister Haider al-Abadi in the implementation of reforms "in line with the Constitution", while presented two proposals to dissolve the differences between Abadi and leader of the coalition Nuri al-Maliki.

A spokesman for the Alliance MP Khalid al-Asadi in an interview with Alsumaria's News, said that "the leaders of the rule of law held yesterday a meeting in the presence of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi," noting that "During the meeting, they discussed a number of issues, most notably the security file and military operations and recent events in Tuz and other areas , as well as the budget file. "

Asadi said that "the meeting was successful and will be followed by consecutive meetings to strengthen the role of the rule of law in support of the government and government reforms in line with the constitution."

On asked about the possibility of the melting of the differences between Abadi al-Maliki, al-Asadi said, "We believe that more communication and raise issues in a transparent and clear would address these differences," pointing at the same time that "the rule of law is still supportive of the government was emphasized during yesterday's meeting. "

The MP for the rule of law Jassim Mohammed Jaafar acknowledged in (November 12, 2015), that a divided coalition between Maliki and al-Abadi, and called in the latter to communicate with the state law, he saw that the reform packages were "modest".

The MP for the rule of law Kazem Sayadi, on Wednesday (28 October 2015), that the coalition has given 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, 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.