Leading figures in the call: Abadi swinging and the party is united
December 1 2015

Leading figures in the call: Abadi swinging and the party is united

Palace paved in marble, political alive Sunni Osama Najafi Visitors

In an extended hall meetings, and on his throne, which surrounds the Iraqi flag, he said he was still vice president.

Najafi rule out with al-Maliki of officio according to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi decision this summer, when he began a series of reforms to reduce the financial costs, but Najafi's office is still working and his staff are working every day as usual.

Challenge Najafi highlights the weakness Abadi that he had failed to implement anything, despite the presence of superficial changes occurred after pledging himself to hold wide-ranging reforms, in response to street protests that came out to stop the rampant corruption in the government and turning political opponents into enemies while the armed groups benefited of these protests.

Washington is worried about other endeavors Abadi, although it is supported in his battle against militants Daash especially in that enviable position, the war on terrorism took a new character for the United States and Europe after the terrorist group has expanded rapidly abroad.

Ali al-Adeeb, a senior leader of the Dawa Party, the ruling says, "Abadi swinging, and everyone is talking about be replaced, but the will of the people is so decide."

Since his early days in office, Abadi struggled to assert itself in the world of Iraqi politics, as he tried to balance the competing interests of key allies in Iraq are Iran and the United States, but his position erosion after the expansion of Iran's influence Iraqi politics and its interference with security matters, as it was from the very beginning after the overthrow of Nuri al-Maliki to his predecessor, an emerging consensus candidate.

Maliki remained strong opponent of the day to remove from power since, Valamin general of the Dawa Party, said since he was ousted, a large-scale works to sabotage his rival and trying to split loyalties within the party.

Sami al-Askari Shiite politician says "the party is united behind the al-Abadi." While the writer sees "The prime minister is illegal," he says.

Abadi tried to prove his mettle when demonstrators took to the streets demanding better services and the elimination of corruption, as promised to the creation of a shake in the Iraqi political arena since the US attribution in 2003, seemed more aggressive support of demonstrators as well as receiving a rare support from the religious authority, Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani.

Despite the dismissal of the large jobs such as the Vice President of the Republic, which included the exclusion of al-Maliki and the integration of four ministries to each other, but attempts to reform backfired after he angered the powerful political players, to turn the demonstrations later to stick Abadi against himself.

Najafi says there is a complaint to the Federal Court on his removal, because staff have not been paid since last August, but they are still working in their offices, and adds that "a few changes made by al-Abadi on what appeared to be unconstitutional."

Of powerful blows suffered by the Prime Minister earlier this month, the parliamentary vote on the withdrawal of the mandate given to him on his reform agenda, accusing him of Parliament to go beyond his powers.

During a recent visit to the city of Najaf, he met al-Abadi clerics representing religious authority in the holy city, without meeting with Mr. al-Sistani, although the latter often draws the Iraqi political map, especially the religious authority, the most respected in Iraq has provided since the beginning politically Ebadi a cover.

Hadi al-Amiri, secretary general of the Badr Organization, its strong military wing says: "We need a prophet to carry out real reforms in Iraq, and in fact there is a change of names, not reforms."

Ameri adds by saying, "How can save Abadi salaries, I think it Aigdr on it, and this means that the reforms are useless."

Political analysts say, there are a few alternative options for the time being, because the weakness Abadi clear and Iraqi politicians are trying to take advantage in what they can get out of this situation, as well as Iran and the United States Kulguetan of a power vacuum.

Kirk Sewell, political risks in Iraq analyst says, "is likely to remain Abadi, but Iran be learned from this weakness to finance armed groups."

Armed groups at the same time, certainly it would use this opportunity to get in their power, as evidenced by the Abu Mahdi Mohandes, the integration of armed groups in Iraq leader wrote a letter to Abadi, asking him to increase support for the fighters, the message came briefly to say "I told you repeatedly and again that we need a headquarters and training camps, weapons and ammunition. "

And between al-Amiri, who was just returned from Iran, that "it is not the last interest remove Abadi now," stressing that "the Prime Minister should give further support to the fighters of the Shiite armed groups from the budget next year."

Regardless, he said secretary general of the Badr Organization, said that "the country has to stand by Abadi because he faces a real threat", as he put it.

He concluded by saying Amiri also "there is a huge economic problems, and popular pressure for reform and the ongoing war and a series of obstacles to change, and there are a few options, and the mad alone, just think of the post of prime minister."

Source: The Washington Post US
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