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Abadi coalition: We do not want to overthrow the government and will not resort to the street

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A member of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Ayat Muzaffar, that the coalition does not want to overthrow the government of Prime Minister [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , noting that the coalition will not resort to the street in order to bring down the government. 
Muzaffar said in televised statements followed by (information), that " [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] announced the opposition calendar and does not aim behind it to bring down the government," stressing that "we will not resort to the street to oppose the government or topple it." 
She added, "Abadi refused to take the post of foreign minister," stressing that "the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] does not wait for a certain position in the government." 
On the other hand, Muzaffar pointed out that "regional will impose itself on the Iraqi reality," noting at the same time that "Abdul-Mahdi is making great strides in the file of foreign relations." Done / 25


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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News 
confirmed a member of the victory coalition Ayat Muzaffar, that the coalition does not want to overthrow the government of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, while noting that the coalition will not resort to the street in order to bring down the government. 
Muzaffar said in televised remarks followed by (Mawazine News), "The victory coalition announced the opposition calendar and does not aim to overthrow the government," noting that "we will not resort to the street to oppose or topple the government." 
She added, "Abadi refused to take the post of foreign minister," stressing that "the victory coalition does not wait for a certain position in the government."


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Abadi coalition: We do not want to overthrow the government and will not resort to the street Empty Victory Alliance: Withdrawal of confidence from Abdul Mahdi is unlikely

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Victory Alliance: Withdrawal of confidence from Abdul Mahdi is unlikely

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The victory coalition announced its position on talking about withdrawing confidence from the government of Abdul-Mahdi, stressing that the process of forming a government is very difficult ,.

MP of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] coalition Rashid Al-Azzawi: The process of withdrawing confidence from Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi is unlikely, because most of the blocks are aware that the process of forming a [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]very difficult, so do not want to enter the country in a new mess we need, indicating that the government of Abdul Mahdi has reached the level of success and we hope in the coming days to work on the rest of the files in his government program presented to the House of Representatives. 

Al-Azzawi added: Those who talk about the failure of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]compare the current situation with those that were four years ago now, noting that the success of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] linked to the work of Parliament and supposed to be solidarity work, and any failure is calculated on both parties and not on one side. 

He explained: The movements that are taking place to withdraw confidence from the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Some stem from national motives and concern for the country, others are behind personal interests. 

For his part, the National Wisdom Movement MP Salem Athaimir said: "As a parliamentary opposition party we have no intention of withdrawing confidence from Abdul Mahdi because we do not aim to overthrow the government, but the evaluation of government work properly, indicating that the wisdom stream has interrogations of a group of ministers, some of their files arrived to the President of the House of Representatives and the other is under study and will be announced officially in the coming period.
He Atahimir: that the purpose of interrogations is not damage to a person minister, but for the purpose of evaluating the work and performance of the ministry or government institution, explaining that the relevant committees found that the government program and success rates in which some Dah far from Allowaqa.oaattabr: that the performance of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Very weak and corrupt files are also not done properly and need the attention of the prime minister, being important and vital. 



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 BAGHDAD - Mawazine News 
The former prime minister, the head of the victory coalition, Haider al-Abadi, that his coalition did not participate in the formation of the government, pointing out that he knows who issues statements accusing him of "anti" crowd. 
Al-Abadi said in an interview with the newspaper "Al-Monitor", followed by (Mawazine News), that "the victory coalition is not part of the government, evidence that we did not participate and did not sign the formation, the only victory coalition did not sign the agreement to form." 
And about the accusations of him to host the crowd and identify with US policy? "When they issued a statement a few weeks ago accusing me of" being "with the" enemies of Iraq, "I was at the same moment meeting with leaders in the crowd.
"In private meetings they say you are our hope, and in the media they talk this way. My relationship with a lot of leaders is positive and I meet them constantly, but some want to use the crowd for their own goals."


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BAGHDAD - 
The former prime minister, leader of the victory coalition, Haider al-Abadi, on Tuesday, that his meetings with political leaders is not for the purpose of returning to power again, pointing out that his party's opposition to the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi is not to overthrow, but to evaluate its work. 
Abadi said in an interview with the newspaper "Al-Monitor," and continued (Mawazine News), that "the meetings I have with political leaders and religious references is not to return to the presidency of the government although it is a legitimate right, but it is visits and natural meetings conducted as an official and head of a political coalition, it can not be We consider every meeting and visit in order to return to power, stressing that "our opposition to the government of Abdul-Mahdi is not to overthrow it, but to evaluate its work." 
In response to a question if he failed to return to the premiership in the future, Abadi explained:
He added: "Those who want to work work in power and outside, and the activities I do are part of the political movement that must continue to support the political process and strengthen the state," adding that "serving people does not stop at a certain position. Yes, I will continue to exercise my political The state-building process needs to be cumulative. ”


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