Vice-Abadi calls for his resignation and calling for the National Alliance to find a “realistic alternative”

Vice-Abadi calls for his resignation and calling for the National Alliance to find a “realistic alternative”

Posted, 3.2.2016 21:37

Vice-Abadi calls for his resignation and calling for the National Alliance to find a - realistic alternative[Oan- Baghdad]
National Alliance MP Rahim al – Darraji demanded Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi to submit his resignation to the National Alliance , ” the protection of the political process.”
He said al – Daraji said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that ” the claim Abadi resign to defuse sedition and protection of Iraqi blood.”
He added that ” the government were not to have a real project , where she did not return the money stolen and the prosecution of corrupt judicial but has been taxing deprived of the sons of the Iraqi people. ”
He called Darraji” National Alliance to find a successful alternative capable of providing a real and realistic program retractable application of the reform plan and to move the country to safety and overcome these crises plaguing him and at various levels , “stressing” the need to stop for flopping and manipulate the destiny of patient people. ”
a spokesman for the Office of the Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi revealed that” there are positive signs for the agreement to conduct cabinet reshuffle soon. ”
said Saad al – Hadithi’s [where], that” there are positive signals to come through a period of close to agreement toward put the names of candidates for the cabins technocrat government. ”
it is said that Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi plans for a cabinet reshuffle in his government and called for the formation of a government of technocrats away from quotas, but did not get the authorization request of the House of Representatives when it hosted in February 20 this month.
the demands most of the political blocs Prime Minister consulted and the need for parliamentary approval for any change of government.

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