Abadi accept the seventh resignation of a minister in his government

Wednesday July 20, 2016 - 09:54

Before Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, said on Wednesday the resignation of the seventh minister in his government in two days, in the midst of a political crisis that began with the efforts of al-Abadi to form a government of technocrats.

According to state television, quoting al-Abadi Office, that "the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi Dioanaa issued an order accepting the resignation of the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Hussain al-Shahristani.

And seventh-Shahristani Minister Abadi accept his resignation during a two-day, all from the National Alliance (a majority in parliament and which belongs to al-Abadi).

Before Abadi yesterday the resignation of the oil minister, Adel Abdul-Mahdi and Transport Minister Bayan Jabr, Minister of Construction and Housing Tariq Kikhany, Minister of Water Resources Mohsen al-Shammari, and Minister of Industry Mohammad al-Darraji.

The Ministers presented their resignations, after al-Abadi said in March / March last, he would work on forming a government of technocrats rather than technocrats current ministers belonging to parties.

Abadi's efforts have been unsuccessful so far in forming the government, which intends to set up, and where, deep disagreements on this file and that led ultimately to the intense political crisis that hampered the work of the parliament for months.

And succeeded Abadi months before passing the five ministers in the parliament, but the judiciary said that the parliament session were not satisfy the legal requirements required, which is returned to the starting point.

Ebadi has repeatedly warned that political differences will adversely affect the government's efforts in the fight against "Daash" organization, which controls areas in the north and west of the country for nearly two years.