Abdul Mahdi to Saron and Fatah: either to defend us or move to class opposition

Abdul Mahdi to Saron and Fatah: either to defend us or move to class opposition

2019/7/9 16:25

Abdul Mahdi to Saron and Fatah - either to defend us or move to class opposition[BAGHDAD-IN ]

In a surprise move, Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi denounced the approach of other allies and the Fatah they support.
“The method of threatening the government and its president by the formed blocs has a precedent that has not happened in the political world,” Abdul-Mahdi said at a cabinet meeting on Tuesday.

“If the Mullaha threatens to question the government and its ministers, what did they leave to the opposition, asking the leader of the coalition and the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al-Sadr and the head of the Fatah alliance Hadi al-Amiri to defend the policies and programs of his government.

The Iraqi prime minister stressed that Sadr and al-Amiri should not be allowed to put a man in the government and a man in opposition. We are in a single boat, either to survive together or to sink together.

And threatened the MP of the coalition of Jawad al-Moussawi, to withhold confidence from Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi in the event of non-adherence to deadlines to end the assignment of all special grades and the holding of local elections.

Mousavi said in a statement that “any postponement of the dates agreed within the corridors of the House of Representatives or the instructions of the federal budget of the state to end the mandate of all special grades acting by proxy by the end of the period specified or the subject of postponement of the date of municipal elections to the next year is to renounce the promises that And the betrayal of the trust on the basis of which you were elected prime minister. ”

Moussawi added that “he will discuss the process of no-confidence on your government in the case of disavowal and left these promises.”

For his part, the MP of the Fatah alliance, Mokhtar al-Moussawi, Tuesday 9 July 2019, that his coalition will question four ministers from the government of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.

Moussawi said in a press statement that “the Fatah alliance promised to question the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Oil and Minister of Industry and Minerals and Minister of Communications for suspicions of corruption turned around.”

“After the completion of the budget law and the election law, we will set a date for questioning ministers of industry, foreign affairs, oil and telecommunications,” Moussawi said.