The arms of al-Maliki’s parliamentary move to abort the reforms Abadi

The arms of al-Maliki’s parliamentary move to abort the reforms Abadi

First Published: 2015-08-31

The arms of al-Malikis parliamentary move to abort the reforms AbadiMP Hanan al close to the former prime minister, gathered 51 signatures to impeach the prime minister on the implementation of the government’s reform paper.


BAGHDAD – revealed Imad Youkhana decision of the Iraqi Council of Representatives Monday, that the members of parliament intend accountability of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on the implementation of government reforms.

He explained Youkhana in a press statement, the MP and head of the will of the movement, Hanan al managed to collect 51 signatures of parliament has already submitted a request to the President of the Council, Salim al to host-Abbadi in one of the next meetings of Parliament for accountability for the implementation of the paper the government’s reform launched by.

And reflect accountability, timing and payment at them by people close to the former prime minister Nuri al-Maliki, former Vice President of the Republic, which also canceled Abadi office within the reform package, a move to pre-empt such extensive reforms that threaten the status of al-Maliki and his political future.

The MP Hanan al of the most prominent defenders of al-Maliki, who is facing a lot of charges including responsibility for the fall of Mosul in the hands of the organization of the Islamic state and suspicious transfers of billions of dollars to accounts and the accounts of his family and leaders of the Dawa party in the Swiss banks.

The Fatlawi previously a member of a coalition of state law, led by Nuri al-Maliki, a coalition of several parties, including the Shiite Dawa party.

Observers believe, that opponents of the reforms Haider al-Abadi chose this time Parliament to stifle it through demanding a review of a number of actions taken by that which may affect or threaten their interests.

It is expected that Abadi attend the questioning session, which will take by advertisers character illustration of reforms and timetable, but most likely it will question those who call for the most part.

The Hanan al had said last week that al-Abadi has yet to issue an order to abolish the posts of Vice presidents and ministers, as well as not issued the presidency any orders relating to the subject, have not been cut upper limit of the pensions of officials, despite two weeks after the Abadi Declaration, which included achieve those steps within one week, although it has been authorized by all concerned, according to the schedule announced.

The prime minister Haider al-Abadi announced in August / August, the abolition of the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister immediately, and the removal of all senior positions from quotas partisan and sectarian and reducing the number of cabinet members from 33 to 22 only, through the restructuring of some ministries and merge them with another, In response to popular protests in the Iraqi provinces also ordered later to facilitate the entry of citizens fortified Green Zone in central Baghdad and the opening of the streets in the capital blocked by influential Shi’ite parties.

Abadi could face a barrage of criticism from Shiite opponents who believe that it has exceeded the red lines across a wave of reforms launched by and affecting in large part their interests and influence.

Analysts do not rule out that paid the arms of al-Maliki in parliament strongly about pitting the Iraqi street to the prime minister to lose an important supporter in the campaign launched by the anti-corruption which Iraqi reports say that it is eating away all the state institutions which have penetration in the reign of Nuri al-Maliki.

According to some readings that Abadi wire may be a liberal approach on Iran with the support of the local authority in Najaf and the Iraqi street, what put it into an open confrontation with Maliki, who is described as a man Iran privilege, so it is interested in protection of the law, despite the fact that the two men belong to the same party.

And frequency in the recent period that Tehran has already warned the government of Haider al-Abadi al-Maliki to refer to justice on charges of corruption attached.