The alliance of Saron, supported by the leader of the current Moqtada al-Sadr, on Wednesday, the fact of parliamentary mobility with the victory coalition, led by Haider Abadi, may lead to the overthrow of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi.
"What was published in the media about this is not true, and just rumors," MP Ali Ghawi told Ashqaf News.
He said that the coordination between the Alliance and the coalition of victory, within the House of Representatives, is for the decision of the laws, which is a legislative coordination, and is not intended to overthrow the government or change, and has such coordination with other blocs and alliances.
The newspaper "Okaz" Saudi Arabia on Wednesday that the alliance, "Saunun" supported by the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr, and a coalition of "victory" led by former Prime Minister Haider Abadi put the framework of a plan to overthrow the current federal government headed by Adel Abdul Mahdi.
"Abadi and al-Sadr have agreed on a complete plan to overthrow the parliamentary government, with the first replacing Abd al-Mahdi," the paper quoted Iraqi parliamentary sources as saying.
Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi said there was no fear of attempts to topple his government, and his government was "more solid and harmonious".
"We are not afraid of attempts to topple the government because we did not turn to others, but the political forces are the ones who went to us," Abdul-Mahdi said in an interview with a group of media. "Today the government is more solid and harmonious and has something to defend."
"The government is working according to the right rules of action, and the political forces must respect these rules," he said.
"If the House of Representatives wants to sack the prime minister, the prime minister will honor this decision and deliver it to the secretariat," he said. "We do not believe that the political forces do not have maturity and jealousy for the country's interests."
"We are in a new phase and the previous stage is over. We must build a new equation, not with weakening parties. Parties are very important in any democracy," he said.
He pointed out that "the parties have the political space and the parliament, and we must protect the parties and guide them also and there is transparency between the parties and the public "He said.
"When we reach the level that the political parties can not know the biggest bloc to receive the government or want to go out," Abdul Mahdi said, "we have not yet formed an adult opposition or an adult majority. We are still living in the past, and we are optimistic that there are crises in the country. From the circle of quotas and that everyone wants to participate in the government, this is a golden opportunity to establish a system of political majority, and this depends on the law of parties and the importance of the parties to be an adult. "