Najafi: Iraq's decision, however, only two

Sunday 06-03-2016 | 3:01:24

Twilight News / Description Osama Najafi, head of the largest Sunni bloc in the Iraqi Council of Representatives (united) to talk about change in Iraq as "not true," pointing out that "the announcement of the change or switching cabinet is trying to escape forward, jump on the benefits and obligations and earn time. "

He said Najafi, a former deputy president of the republic, in an interview with the "Middle East" spread Saturday that the political decision-making in Iraq, but Tehran and the Shiite alliance and not in the hands of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.

He explained that "Abadi is not independent of his decision but is governed by the decision of my party, and in the framework of the National Alliance, which nominated him for the job, and is also governed by certain international pressure."

"The participation of the popular crowd in the battle to liberate Mosul red line", revealed the existence of "officers of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard and members of the Lebanese Hezbollah in Iraq to train the armed militias."

The Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, announced last Thursday rejected, Nineveh provincial council's decision, the north of the country, refusing to share the "popular crowd" (pro-Shiite forces of the government), in the liberation of the city, "Mosul," the process, part of the province, from the control of the organization. " Country".

In another context, Najafi praised the initiative of Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, to help the people of Anbar, said: "We appreciate this step, Saudi Arabia has always been proactive in supporting the Iraqis."