Deputy for power: poor management Abadi was the cause crisis Parliament

The Vice Alliance of Iraqi forces, which he described as "poor management" Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, is responsible for the crisis witnessed by the Parliament.

The MP said Salah al-Jubouri told all of Iraq [where], "The poor state administration by Abadi doing some actions that about the problem of the Council of Ministers to the House of Representatives was behind the parliamentary crisis."
He stressed "the need for the Parliament to the dock that he can not work Bjzeen," likely that "the complexity of a comprehensive parliamentary session next week, headed by Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri."
It testifies parliament crisis after a sit-in MPs from different political blocs, demanding the dissolution of the three presidencies and a cabinet reshuffle, as voted in the session Akduha last Thursday to dismiss the Speaker Salim al-Jubouri and choose MP for the National Coalition Adnan al-Janabi management sessions, but al-Jubouri, counting his dismissal was unconstitutional and illegal.
The Liberal bloc MPs and other representatives withdrew the first Wednesday of the parliament sit at the invitation of the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr is the weakest front of the protesters and their ability to collect a sufficient number to complete the quorum needed to hold their meetings.
And it decided the Presidency of the Council of Representatives on Thursday to resume contract Sunday parliamentary sessions.
It is said that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi House of Representatives has called, last Monday, to convene to overcome obstacles and contribute to developing solutions to the challenges facing the country and support the cabinet reshuffle.