A member of the law: Abadi committed suicide politically in announcing his commitment to sanctions on Iran

A member of the law: Abadi committed suicide politically in announcing his commitment to sanctions on Iran

2018/8/9 8:40

A member of the law - Abadi committed suicide politically in announcing his commitment to sanctions on Iran(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) A member of the coalition of state law Fattah Sheikh, said that “Prime Minister Haider Abadi politically committed suicide when he declared his commitment to US sanctions on Iran.”
“The transfer of officials to integrity came at the time lost and ashamed of the demands of the citizens,” he told Al-Furat News. “Where has Abbadi since he took over the post of prime minister to turn now 5,000 officials to integrity ?!”
He explained that “the transfer of this large number of officials to integrity aimed at wrapping political blocs around Abadi; for anonymity,” adding that “party blocs spoil the minister and abandon him,” he said.
He added that “Abadi wasted the opportunity to grant him legitimacy by the religious authority and the House of Representatives in 2015 to overthrow corruption, so the assignment today will not accompany him,” noting that “he was the first of Abadi accountability cabinet ministers corrupt government instead of accounting former ministers,” pointing to That the Prime Minister “wants to tune the street with these referrals to win the second term.” He said.
“There is no second term for Abadi, who committed suicide when he committed to imposing sanctions on Iran. He had to wait for a statement before it was made. It is very wrong for someone who represents the pyramid of authority in Iraq to be in media mistakes.”
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi declared that Iraq does not react to US sanctions against Iran, “but we will abide by them to protect the interests of Iraq. We can not go beyond the international system and the world economy, and we can not harm the interests of our people, but our position on the sanctions is very unjust.”

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