Liberals will suspend its participation in the meetings of the National Alliance


03/08/2016

Liberals decided Bloc of the Sadrist movement, suspend its participation in the meetings of the National Alliance to protest the rejection of their demands to achieve reform.

A spokesman for the current leader Moqtada al-Sadr, Salah al-Obeidi told the "Radio Sawa" Tuesday, "What will it block free, I think, is a suspension, not to secede from the National Alliance," noting that they try to push the National Alliance to "think objectively largest and that the Iraqi reality more accurately read the bad in order to be useful for the country. "

He spoke Obeidi rejection of the forces of reform within the coalition action, stressing the move in the House of Representatives to form a parliamentary bloc to overcome the next crisis, he said.

Listen to a reporter, "Radio Sawa" report Alaa Hassan from Baghdad:

And leads the National Alliance, the current Iraqi government, boasting forces and religious parties that make up the majority in the Iraqi parliament, it announced its support to the desire of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi

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