Some see the crisis blocs an opportunity to remove the prime minister from Dawa Party
Alloizi: Some see the crisis blocs an opportunity to remove the prime minister from the Dawa Party
Monday, March 28, 2016 21:22
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
MP from the Iraqi coalition forces Abdul Rahman Alloizi, Monday, talking about asking the leader of the Islamic Supreme Council , Adel Abdul - Mahdi , that just leaks to put pressure on Prime MinisterHaider al - Abadi and force him to "give in " to the will of the blocks, as he pointed to some of the blocks of the National Alliance sees this crisis as an opportunity to remove the prime minister from the Dawa Party.
He Alloizi in an interview on the "quarter - hour" show on Alsumaria, said that "talking about entrusting the job of prime minister to the leader of the Islamic Supreme Council , Adel Abdul - Mahdi, is leaks purpose is to put pressure on Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi to bow to the will of the political blocs , " noting that "this pressure has more than one appearance, including the meetings that were taking place between the political blocs, where for the first time seeing a delegation from the State of law coalition will meet Iyad Allawi , as well as the Union of forces."
He Alloizi, that "these meetings are messages to Ebadi, that there is a front holed left by the heads of the blocks, and they will fail, for example, reform the ministerial process of change through the House of Representatives if the prime minister did not return to them on the subject of change and personalities ministerial," explaining that "one aspect of these messages also It is to provide the resignations of the heads of blocs, and this has no legal effect. "
He Alloizi, that "some blocks of the National Alliance sees this crisis as an opportunity to remove the prime minister from the Dawa Party," pointing to "the existence of talks are going on behind the scenes to achieve this end, at least among the big blocks of the National Alliance."
It was the leadership of the National Alliance confirmed on Sunday (27 March 2016), to hold on to the root reforms in the political, economic and legislative levels, while stressed the importance of the principle of mutual understanding and consultation, and coordination with the political blocs to accelerate the reform process.