Iraqi prime minister under more pressure to deliver reforms
Now, Abdul-Mahdi, in office for only eight months, is facing the threat of being toppled even before his term is over.
LONDON – Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi is under increasing pressure to deliver on the range of reforms he promised despite his success to fill three key ministerial positions that had been vacant since his appointment last October.
The Iraqi parliament voted on June 24 to approve naming Yassin al-Yassiri as interior minister, Najah al-Shammari as defence minister and Farouq Amin Othman as justice minister. The post of education minister, however, remained unfilled…
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