Description of the movement of the new generation, the decisions of the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi as "hasty and unthinking", calling on Abay to reconsider any step or guidance issued by it, and to make the national interest above personal ambitions.
"While the good national forces are trying to unify the Iraqi ranks in order to strengthen the national unity and support the political process, we see unfortunately hasty and unthought decisions by the head of the caretaker government," the head of the new generation movement, Shaswar Abdul Wahid, said in a statement received by Al-Nour News. Dr. Haider al-Abbadi, and the worst and most dangerous of these decisions was the dismissal of the head of the popular crowd Faleh Faisal Fayadh, for reasons and motives known to everyone. "
He added that "the exploitation of the government position to liquidate political rivalries within the race to obtain positions is a clear violation of legal and constitutional, and the victim is the Iraqi citizen who pays for these discounts."
"It is regrettable that the deductions of Abadi and his feelings lead to harming the body of the crowd, the dismissal of its president and the denial of his sacrifices," he said. "He said.
"The conflict of the chairs caused Abadi to redraw the foreign policy of Iraq according to his personal identity," he said. "He is courting the US administration to gain its support and support for his candidacy for the post of prime minister, while he unabashedly declared his support for the sanctions imposed on neighboring Iran, even though it is the strategic ally of Iraq and its successor The liberation of Iraqi territory from terrorism, which is the safety valve in Iraq and the region, in addition to its continued support for the political process in Iraq and its relentless efforts to bring the views of the political parties closer together. "
He expressed his hope that "Abadi retreats from his decisions, which is not studied, and reconsider any step or guidance issued by it, and makes the national interest above personal ambitions."
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