In front of Abadi and Maliki .. More than 20 deputies did not take the oath of office!
An informed source revealed that more than 20 deputies have not been sworn in so far, led by the last two prime ministers Haider Abadi and his predecessor Nuri al-Maliki.
The source said in a press statement: "The most prominent of these deputies is former Prime Minister Haider Abadi, who is still the head of the popular crowd acting, according to what he himself approved in the order issued in last September."
The source added: "The most prominent of the other deputies who did not take the oath, former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and former oil minister Jabbar al-Allaibi appointed by Abadi (just 14 days before the end of his term) as president of the National Oil Company, and former Minister of Youth and Sports Abdul Hussein Abtan, The former Minister of Agriculture Falah Zaidan, the former Minister of Electricity Qassem Al-Fahdawi, the former Interior Minister Qasim Al-Araji (appointed by Abadi at the end of his term as acting head of the National Security Agency) and former Education Minister Mohammad Iqbal. "
He continued: "Among those who have not been sworn in so far Faleh Zeadi, governor of Muthanna, who won the elections for a coalition of state law."
Last week, the leader of the National Coalition, Iyad Allawi, was sworn in alongside former Labor Minister Mohammad Shiaa, former Transport Minister Kazem Fanjan and former Babylonian governor Sadik Meddul, who was replaced by Karrar al-Abadi, who has a social relationship with Ali al-Alaq, former deputy and leader of the Dawa party.
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