The reform: a return to Abadi and the coalition is constantly supported by Abdul Mahdi
16:55 - 18/04/2019
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The reformist MP Raed Fahmi denied on Thursday the intention of his coalition to return former prime minister Haidar al-Abadi to prime minister instead of Adel Abdul-Mahdi, indicating that the reform is still supportive of the government of Abdul Mahdi to achieve the government program aimed at fighting corruption and reform in the political process.
Fahmi said in a statement to Al-Maaloumah that "the reform alliance has not yet discussed any intention to replace Abdul-Mahdi with Abadi as it is rumored in the media that the previous government failed to complete its government program."
He added that "the government will evaluate its work after the completion of the first year of its executive life for the purpose of taking legal action against it in the event of failure to provide services and the implementation of the government program," noting that "the reform coalition currently supports the government of Abdul Mahdi seriously and significantly to achieve the success of the government program Aimed at fighting corruption and reform in the political process. "
He explained that "there is no intention to return Abadi to the post of prime minister again and the formation of an opposition front to the government of Prime Minister Adel Mahdi."
An Arab newspaper revealed, last Tuesday, the efforts led by some parties to the coalition of reform and reconstruction to form an opposition front to the government of Prime Minister Adel Mahdi, while quoted former Prime Minister Haider Abadi told visitors to him that the leader of the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al - Sadr is convinced as a serious option for prime minister . 25 The end