Abadi connection with Obama and al-Maliki complains pressing to oust him decide to end the practices Fatlawi services!
Dated: 01/27/2016 7:48 Wednesday

According to a source close to Almqrbah of the information department of the prime minister Haider al-Abadi, the latter telephoned US President Obama, noting that he explained to him the details of the Mosul Dam, the head of the Dawa Party, Nouri al-Maliki malpractice.
And reliable Iraqi sources revealed that the Iraqi prime minister Haider al-Abadi told the US ambassador in Iraq, Stuart Jones for his predecessor, Nuri al-Maliki's attempts to topple the government and undermine the war against the terrorist organization Daash.

She explained close to the Prime Minister's Office sources said that "al-Abadi said the US ambassador to al-Maliki took advantage of his influence in the Iraqi judiciary to delay a decision on the issues of corruption which he was convicted the most prominent men of the previous government and not to try them."
The sources confirmed that al-Abadi assured the US ambassador that "the influence of al-Maliki within the judiciary of the President of the Federal Court Medhat al-Mahmoud, has become a real threat to the political process in Iraq."

They explained the same sources who declined to be named, said, "Abadi welcomed the political support of the US ambassador to open the files of corruption against al-Maliki in order to circumscribe and curtail his influence and stop practices that harmed the interests of Iraq and Iraqis."

It is said that al-Maliki began his failure to obtain the support of the political blocs to continue in office for a third term, visits to the provinces of the Shiite, and began firing political statements embarrass Abadi and his handling of government, the most recent statement on the budget and disbursements popular crowd, as well as the question of oil to the Convention between the Baghdad government and the Kurdistan region and on which was the amount of half a billion dollars disbursed to staff salaries of the region, according to political analysts say. And that Benoit is known that al-Maliki has a great deal of influence within the Iraqi judiciary, particularly direct impact on the head of the judiciary Medhat al-Mahmoud, as well as other judges were told they were carrying out al-Maliki requests in issuing arrest warrants against his political opponents.

On the other hand, revealed a source close to the office of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, from the recent termination of the services, an MP for the coalition of state law Hanan al "health." He said the source, "Abadi issued a decision to end the MP Fatlawi Services, chancellor prime minister of Health Affairs in the previous period, from Nuri al-Maliki the presidency of the Federal Government. "

He said the "Fatlawi an adviser to the President of the Health Minister, who had been appointed by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki," adding that "al-Maliki was a diabetic who had suffered a lot."
He explained, "in the recent period that followed not to grant Fatlawi Health bag, and put out by a coalition of state law and the Dawa Party, sparked a wave of slander and scandals among the corridors of the coalition, and made Fatlawi stand out in the media threatened the rule of law to expose their leaders and Mquaolathm" noting that "one of the main reasons for the announcement Fatlawi autonomy within the coalition, as a prelude to form a political bloc before separation from Maliki's coalition and his party. "