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    Abadi discusses political, security developments with Ayatollah Sistani

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    Abadi discusses political, security developments with Ayatollah Sistani Empty Abadi discusses political, security developments with Ayatollah Sistani

    Post by Bama Diva Fri 10 Apr 2015, 6:49 pm


    Abadi meet Sistani denies uniqueness appoint heads of independent bodies




    Najaf - Baghdad / term Press 
    10/04/2015

    Met with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, during a brief visit to Najaf yesterday, the supreme religious authority Ali al-Sistani. A reporter (range Press),
     

    The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, arrived Friday morning, to the province of Najaf to attend the funeral ceremony cleric Mohammed Bahr al-Ulum,


    stressing that Abadi upon arrival conservative religious cleric Ali al-Sistani met.

     


    The meeting Abadi Sistani second of its kind after becoming prime minister. It also comes just days after a stinging criticism leveled at him Ktlta citizen and the Liberals against the backdrop of some of his appointment as acting heads of independent bodies.




    In this context, stressed the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, that the lack of political blocs agree on the nomination of the names for the management of independent bodies cause "dangerous vacuum", and pointed out that the government can not stop the interests of the country pending the blocks that have not been approved in seven months.



    Ebadi said, in a speech during the central ceremonial Dawa Party, organized the 35th anniversary of the execution of the religious authority, Mohammed Baqir al-Sadr and followed up (range Press), that "the failure of the political blocs agree on the nomination of the names for the management of independent bodies cause a dangerous vacuum at the state and society", pointing out that "The government would be unable to stop the interests of the country pending the consensus of the political blocs that are not seven months ago."




    Abadi confirmed his intention to "provide the names of candidates to the Council of Ministers and the House of Representatives and stop the so-called proxy appointments," and urged the political blocs, "a little more patience and give the Prime Minister some space and flexibility to manage the state within its responsibilities."




    The Prime Minister pointed out that "the appointments are not only at three locations and has, after consultation with the political blocs and there is no intention to impose our will on the political blocs," stressing that "the government is under enormous pressure in the battle against Daash and management of the state."




    Abadi pointed out that the "independent bodies are bodies independent of the government, parliament and self-managed within certain rules," stressing the need to "these independent bodies remain far from Quotas and submission of the blocks. "




    The Prime Minister emphasized that "the Iraqi government that includes all the components and the political blocs," calling that "there is a representation of the efficiencies in state institutions and are not obliged to political affiliation." To the Prime Minister Abadi rejected the accusations against fighters popular crowd on abuses, and among those who accuse the popular crowd are the ones who "helped and supported" and created a justification for regulation (Daash), the application of the Military Penal Code on the elements of the crowd stressed because they are part of the state institutions.




    He said Prime Minister General Commander of the Armed Forces, in a statement received (long-Presse), a copy of which presided over a meeting to gather leaders and brigades popular crowd, "The fighters of the heroes of the popular crowd are not in a position to accuse, but rather than be placed in the position of accusation is helped and supported and silent Find and justifications for crimes (Daash). "



    Park Abadi, according to the statement, "the heroic victories and cohesion among the Iraqi people and the security forces," noting that "some grieves for this cohesion and tries hard work to discredit him." He said the Prime Minister, "we do not accept any breach of breaches happen anywhere, at any override Snahilh to eliminate as I and all the leaders in the crowd reject these excesses and I doubt that many of them are driven by several quarters."


    Abadi said that "there we organized campaign and some deals with some news about the intent or ignorance of what causes this campaign that we are seeing," asking, "Is it possible to be done to restore order and eliminate everything after 48 hours of editing cities since this does not happen even in the America or any country experiencing less than witnessed in Iraq. "




    The Chairman of the Council of Ministers to "the existence of looting gangs is not filled them, but the exploitation of such a circumstances as there are plans for some politicians because they fear their power and I told them that they would not Nzaokm power because they came to sacrifice for the nation and the values, principles and sanctities."





    Abadi pointed "to the Cabinet's recent decision to support the popular crowd and it is part of the state institutions and we need to judicial officers about him through the application of military sanctions by the law because it is part of the state institutions."



    He called on the Prime Minister to be "flag flying is the Iraqi flag, which is emphasized by the religious reference noble", concluding his speech by saying, "We are coming to liberate Anbar, Mosul and on behalf of the people, I thank you for what Kdmtoh to edit your cities and the expulsion of terrorism."




    The Iraqi cabinet face, on the seventh of April 2015, the ministries and government institutions to deal with the popular crowd official body as a body linked to General Commander of the Armed Forces Haider al-Abadi.




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    Abadi discusses political, security developments with Ayatollah Sistani 


    11/04/2015 | 12:55 AM | Gulf News BAGHDAD, April 10 (KUNA) 


     Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al­Abadi visited Grand Ayatollah Ali Sistani at his residency in Najaf on Friday to discuss the political and security developments in the country. In a press statement after the meeting, Al­ Abadi's office announced that the meeting tackled the ongoing military operation against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant's (ISIL) militants, the political situation, the efforts exerted to unite Iraqis to restore security and stability, and the government services to citizens.


     The statement unveiled that Al­Sistani told Al­Abadi that "All militant groups should be under the control of the state." For his part, Al­Abadi told reporters following the meeting, that the religious leader has urged him to provide all support to the government forces and to the pro­government popular mobilization (volunteers) groups, to ask all forces to stop hoisting his and other religious figures' photos in the liberated areas and to raise the Iraqi national flag only. He also noted that Al­Sistani called on the government to accelerate its operations to liberate all Iraqi cities from the terrorist groups. The statement added that they have also discussed the humanitarian situation of the displaced Iraqis. The meeting comes a few hours after Al­Abadi's meeting with the leaders of the popular mobilization groups. (end) mhg.ibi  


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    Abadi discusses political, security developments with Ayatollah Sistani Empty Ayatollah Sistani backs efforts to rid Iraq of ISIL

    Post by Bama Diva Sat 11 Apr 2015, 6:49 pm

    Ayatollah Sistani backs efforts to rid Iraq of ISIL

    Tehran, April 11, IRNA – 

    Senior Iraqi cleric Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani has voiced his all-out support for the measures taken to liberate Iraqi territories from ISIL elements.


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    This was announced by the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi who said the grand Ayatollah has said he is standing by the government and volunteer forces in their efforts to combat the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) terrorist group.

    Ayatollah Sistani has also emphasized that all security forces and volunteer forces should operate under the control of the central government, al-Abadi stated.

    The prime minister met with Ayatollah Sistani and a number of other senior clerics in the holy city of Najaf on Friday.

    The ISIL started its campaign of terror in Iraq in early June 2014. The heavily-armed militants took control of the northern city of Mosul before sweeping through parts of the country’s Sunni Arab heartland, IQNA reported.

    The terrorists have been carrying out horrific acts of violence, including public decapitations, against all Iraqi communities such as Shias, Sunnis, Kurds and Christians.

    Iraqi soldiers, police units, Kurdish forces, Shia volunteers and Sunni tribesmen have succeeded in driving the ISIL terrorists out of some areas in Iraq.

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