Liberal: We will leave the government after the 45-day deadline

Confirmed the Liberal parliamentary bloc, said on Sunday it would withdraw from the government after the expiration of the 45 days and if the prime minister's inability to reform.
The MP said the Liberal bloc Abdul Aziz Dalimy L / balance News /, said that "all the previous governments and the current did not meet a fraction of the aspirations of the Iraqi people," he said, adding that "the country's situation public his image down continuously as a result of the lack of vision of the process in the state administration."
Dalimy He added that "the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi all kinds of authority granted to him has not been exploited," he said, adding that "follow the opinion leaders of the Dawa Party dominated the responsibility for the administration of the country and carry out its tasks."
He was surprised by "what he made of the Prime Minister send document reform is tantamount to the country's return to square one," noting that "it was like to work alone, without waiting for the opinion of any of the political blocs."
He stressed that "Ktltna is not reflective of the Abadi hold cabinet reshuffle in the coming period and that the case will remain the same because there is a political majority strives to keep the political quota system square."
He pointed out that "the Liberal bloc Stnhsp from the government in the case of non-implementation of the project of change in after the expiration of 45 days granted by Sadr al-Abadi."
It is said that the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr has called on his supporters on Saturday to open-ended sit in front of the Green Zone to pressure the government in the implementation of reforms.
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has announced to send a document of political reform to the political blocs, noting that include ten files include choosing ministers technocrats Council and evaluate the performance of ministries and the fight against corruption and simplify the procedures the government program and packages of reforms in various sectors standards.