Sources: America and Iran helped infanticide attempt to owners last week to remove Abadi
Wednesday 06-04-2016
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Twilight News / Sources close to the matter, that the American and Iranian efforts helped to bury the attempt last week to remove the Prime Minister from office Abadi conducted by Nouri al-Maliki, Secretary-General of the Dawa party, which controls about one-third of the seats in parliament.

And he gave al-Abadi told parliament on Thursday a list of 14 names -ktheron of academics owners - in a move that aims to rid the ministries from the clutches of a political elite exploited the ethnic and sectarian quota system that has been established after the invasion led by the United States in 2003 in the creation of wealth and influence crooked ways.

And it caused such a move designed to weaken patronage networks that keep the wealth and power in the hands of the elite shock in the political establishment that ruled Iraq since the overthrow of Saddam Hussein, including the Dawa party to which he belongs Abadi himself and the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq and the Kurdish Alliance. It could have been after the election Abadi for the job two years ago, want to have a major say in how to form a government.

Sources familiar with the progress of things, according to Reuters news agency, said that Joe Biden, the US vice president, Major General Qasem Soleimani, commander of the Qods Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards in charge of protecting the interests of Iran abroad have already made it clear before the announcement of the new cabinet of the new Iraq that it should not make any attempt to disqualification Abadi, in order to preserve the momentum in the war on the organization of the Islamic state.

Although the territory of Iraq contains some of the largest oil reserves in the world .. sons suffer unemployment, power cuts and poor public services, which has increased the resentment of the ruling class that heaped upon accusations of squandering revenues achieved during nearly ten years have seen a rise in oil prices. Iraq and Iji ranked 161 among 168 countries on the Transparency International Corruption Perception Index.