Deputy for Law: Ignore Abadi reference to the directives paid to take a quiet stance

The Deputy for the National Alliance, on Thursday, said that "to ignore the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to the directives of the religious authority in Najaf paid to take a quiet stance."

Ibtisam al-Hilali told all of Iraq [where] that "the religious authority called for long periods of time to reform, and ignore Abadi and not apply the fix, the real form paid to take a quiet position," pointing out that "the role of the religious authority still exists and that it has great resonance in the situation that experienced by Iraq. "
She pointed out that "the reference called for reform and rejected the corruption and quotas and called for giving priority to the higher interests of their own interests."
The representative of the supreme religious authority in Karbala, Mr. Ahmad Safi criticized yesterday "ignore" politicians and policymakers reference tips.