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Abadi tweet: "Some want that all hell breaks loose and the law of the jungle prevails.

BAGHDAD / obelisk said an account on the social networking "Twitter" sites bearing the name of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, said that "some people want that all hell breaks loose and the law of the jungle prevails."

The account indicates that speaks the words of the prime minister, apparently, to Karbala meeting, Sunday March 6 th, and rejected the Sadrist movement to a statement of the meeting.

The parties of the National Alliance, met in Sunday, March 6 this in Karbala, to support Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi plan to carry out a cabinet reshuffle and the fight against corruption, in an attempt to stop the political repercussions of the failure, and the payment of real reforms forward,

Meeting and put the Iraqi forces involved in the government before abandoning its privileges and download the banner of the elections, which depend upon the determination not to compromise on their gains, also it sought to rein in the political parties that threaten to invade the green although she participate in the government and the majority of the service ministries in her hand is, do not However, others.

The statement issued by the National Alliance does not only mean the Shiite parties, but the other blocs in parliament, particularly Sunnis and Kurds.

Iraqis relied on Karbala meeting, to prove that the National Alliance is not a loose gathering it is a strong alliance, seeks to change, and for everyone to be heard, because it controls the majority of parliamentary seats.

As the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr rejected the final statement of the meeting in Karbala Abadi al-Sadr he said that the statement of Aamthelh, noting that he was not in his presence and the presence of the head of the Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim, while noting that he instruct the Liberal bloc suspended its presence meetings of the National Alliance.

Abadi and spent about 19 months of its specific mandate to four years, as the date of the people real reforms. He said in February that he wants to choose ministers professionals (technocrats) rather than appointed minister on political grounds, in a plan designed to replace the current system which distributes positions on officials along ethnic and sectarian interests of creating a network blamed for rampant corruption.