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    Maliki calls to resign Abadi

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    Post by Rocky Mon 15 Feb 2016, 3:32 pm

    Maliki calls to resign Abadi




    Monday 15 February 2016 | 18:38

    BAGHDAD / .. called State of Law coalition led by Nuri al-Maliki, on Monday, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to resign with all his cabinet members to the House of Representatives, among the Abadi seeks to bring people Ewalouna to acquire the Iraqi state and its institutions.

    The MP said the coalition Kazem Sayadi's "Eye of Iraq News" that "the political blocs came this government on the basis of political and sectarian quotas in order to revive the economy and the state is for them Kaakaah so that they share," explaining that "the Government of Abadi, which is no figure can save Iraq from its crises on Abadi resign with all his ministers to the House for a vote. "

    Among Sayadi "Some talk about government technocrats and participating parties currently in government-Abadi is nominate new ministers do not change and reforms, without going to early elections," revealing that "al-Abadi has a project to take over the government by sacking ministers under the pretext of reforms, change and brings people loyal to him and this is a serious development. "

    All the political blocs and wait for the changes heralded by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi at the ministerial level, which is expected to include more than five ministers, including finance and foreign affairs and transport, while blessed some blocks these changes, showed other blocks willingness to form a majority political bloc in accordance with the national program for reform. ended 9


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