Alliance Halbusi: Bankrupt are those who fight Abdul Mahdi .. The overthrow of his government is impossible


  Policy    2019/06/22 22:31  128    Editor: gf    

Baghdad today – Baghdad

Faleh al-Issawi, deputy of the coalition of Iraqi forces headed by Mohamed Halaboussi, said on Saturday (22 June 2019) that the situation of the country has recovered at the time of the current Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, and his warlord is bankrupt and loser, stressing that “the overthrow of his government is impossible.”

“The country has begun to recover from the crises it is experiencing thanks to the efforts of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi and his fighter is the loser and the bankrupt,” al-Issawi said in an exclusive interview with Baghdad today.

He added that “there are a large number of deputies and political blocs support the continuation of his government (Abdul Mahdi) and strongly,” noting that “the dream of some of them to overthrow the government and the return of old faces is impossible.”

This comes at a time when the federal government is facing pressure to complete the file cabinet cabins, and special grades. Where the Prime Minister is expected to submit candidates for 4 vacant ministries to parliament this week.

More than 8 months after its formation, announced the bloc of wisdom parliamentary (20 deputies), directed towards the opposition, and submitted a request to the presidency of parliament, so as announced the mass victory, headed by Haider Abadi, its commitment to “opposition calendar,” asserting that ” The opposition is still open. ”

The leader of the coalition, the third party in the coalition, Muqtada al-Sadr, criticized the performance of the current government, and called on a committee close to him to demonstrate to resolve the file of vacant ministries and presidencies of the parliamentary committees.

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