Abadi demands parliament address "gap" stop influence those close to him Iraqi Media
Twilight News / demanded MP Alia Nassif reform front on Saturday, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to address the legal gap caused by the Iraqi Media Network and turn off the effect of "close to him and senior officials in his office" on the network.
Nassif said in a statement responded to the Twilight News, said that "what is happening in the Iraqi Media Network breach is clear and to the law passed by the House of Representatives and sought to convert the network to the media organization only promoted the activities of the political party that supports al-Abadi, a corresponding block political fronts that demand real reform from appearing in the network news organizations. "
She added that "the law kept the four trustees, including three from the political wing that supports Haider al-Abadi, and received Hola executive functions directly in violation of the law, passed by the House of Representatives to organize the work of the Iraqi Media Network."
She said the "solution is to follow the steps that provide for the Iraqi Media Network, financial and administrative independence and editorial away from the pressures of some government employees."
MP showed that "there is exclusion campaign targeting journalists who support the popular crowd and Aitwavqon with some powerful political office in the al-Abadi."
She noted that the "stagger the Iraqi Media Network institutions and to intervene in explicit detail means opening the field for flags Daash who supports terrorist gangs."