[size=36]Deputy for others: Abdul-Mahdi's reform steps are "slavish" and produced popular anger[/size]
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A deputy for Sairon Amjad al-Oqabi, on Thursday, the steps of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi as "Slavvat", and called on him to abandon fear and diagnose the blocks that exert pressure on him.
Al-Oqabi told Mawazine News that Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, although he had chosen two large blocs, was not the strong assertion that we sought.
"Abdul-Mahdi, when he was assigned, began to work and we were in a stable situation, and did not complete the important files and resorted to disruption, especially the resolution of special grades."
He pointed out that "the steps of the prime minister is Slavatip, he is working but very slow, and the results of the delay is currently on the scene of public anger over mismanagement."
Al-Oqabi advised "the prime minister not to fear, and to reveal the names of those who press him to achieve partisan interests and deliberately obstruct his duties."
The Council of Ministers decided to relieve 61 Iraqi officials from their posts in light of the recent protests in the country.