Virtue Abadi denies authorization to hold a ministerial reforms

Islamic Virtue Party denied the news about him a mandate to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to carry out reforms, which plans to implement them.
A statement by the party received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that "some of the media picked up on the news is incorrect grant some parliamentary blocs, including the Virtue block, a mandate to the Prime Minister during the parliamentary session."
The statement added, "The Virtue Party's parliamentary bloc and the positions are announced via the only authorized."
The statement added, "The Iraqi Constitution does not allow the House of Representatives delegate his powers exclusive executive power but select legal contexts and ways can be adopted to address issues related to management of government institutions, including the holding of ministerial amendments."
The House of Representatives has hosted yesterday the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi project to illustrate radical reforms announced by the lessor.