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 MP from the State of Law Coalition MP Abdul Salam al-Maliki, Wednesday, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to not to give in "to the pressure and bargaining," while the two options put in front of him for Aii for two out of the crisis.

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MP from the State of Law Coalition MP Abdul Salam al-Maliki, Wednesday, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to not to give in "to the pressure and bargaining," while the two options put in front of him for Aii for two out of the crisis.
Maliki said in a statement received "Sky Press," that "the new ministerial amendment would represent the last chance for Ebadi in front of the Iraqi people and the reference and any failure would make it ends where final political rally."
"The nominations of political blocs and Mathol excommunication of the names of candidates for the figures of loyalties partisan is inevitable is not and will not consider any of them for the sake of the country, as it will pretend its ministers losers in the future as Tabarat of them now, and then blame it is only, therefore, be wagered those negotiations will be more like political suicide. "
He noted that "Abadi him two options for Aii for them, either get out in front of the Iraqi people and offer his apologies to them for not being able to implement Freddie street as a result of these pressures and dictations from the rest of the blocks or to go independent cabin ministerial and technocrats to parliament is chosen individually with the reform program and a roadmap integrated specific periods of time, and throw the ball in the court of the parliament to the Iraqi people to know the street from him and against him. "
He said al-Maliki said "al-Abadi to be more strength and rigidity in the imposition of the will of the people and to Aardkh to the dictates of others, it represents a parliamentary bloc, the largest and most numerous interpretations, according to the Federal Court, a state of law, which have the sole right to form the government."
The MP for the Liberal bloc parliamentary messenger Sabah al-Tai said earlier that, reforms, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi "paper," pointing out that the bell sounded to end the agencies and the Government of sectarianism and party quotas
The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr refuted project Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi reform, stressing that he did not see or hear anything from him.
The National Alliance leaders, including Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and head of Moqtada al-Sadr and the head of the Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim held, last Sunday, a meeting in Karbala to put up an integrated document and a roadmap for comprehensive reform, where participants confirmed their rejection of absolute for "uniqueness" of any faction political decision, They renewed their support for the reforms and the ministerial change.


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