Infallible "Almmted" of reforms Abadi refuses to dismiss his deputies and Abadi 8/28
Infallible "Almmted" of reforms Abadi refuses to dismiss his deputies .. and Abadi are not irreversible
8/28/2015 0 Comments
Baghdad-Iraq-Presse -28 August / August: The President of the Republic Fuad Masum, refusing to sign the decision to dismiss three of his deputies (Nuri al-Maliki and Osama al-Nujaifi and Iyad Allawi), and expressed his displeasure to take the prime minister Haider al-Abadi reforms package without prior informing for the presidency, with the last confirmed he will not back down from the application of reforms. Said Khalid Huani spokesman for the Information Office of the President in a meeting televised, on Thursday evening, "The president refuses to sign the dismissal of three of his deputies, because Abadi did not Aahth note of the Plan reforms before the announcement about" explaining that "the infallible will take legal action on the decision of dismissal." He Huani, that "infallible only direction to reduce the staff offices of the Vice-Presidents by 50%, in line with Haider al-Abadi reforms, also recommended reducing the financial allocations for the Office of the President," pointing out that "resentful for not telling him a package of reforms that have been taken by the Prime Minister in the past few days decisions ".
It was close to the Office of President of the Republic, political sources confirmed earlier that the Vice-President are still engaged in official business in the bureau as deputy to infallible in spite of the abolition of office by the Prime Minister earlier.
In contrast, a spokesman for the Information Office of the Prime Minister, said government reforms can not be undone but its application may take time because of the correspondence between the concerned authorities, and confirmed no declaration of any political opposition to block the reforms.
He said Saad al-Hadithi, "The application of these particular in relation to the offices of the Vice-President of the Republic, Fbtabieh case reforms this matter is between the presidency and the presidency of the parliament," noting that "the parliament speaker stressed before the period he was waiting for a letter from the presidency, including the request for cancellation of these positions." .anthy (1)