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PostSubject: Block <Badr>: Abadi became very far from the second state   Sat Aug 11, 2018 8:09 pm

Block : Abadi became very far from the second state

"Because of its failure to fight corruption and provide services" ...

Mohammed al-Baghdadi  11/08/2018 - 18:39 Iraq



The leader of the Badr bloc, Razak al-Haidari, said on Saturday that current Prime Minister Haider Abadi has become very distant from the second term because of his "failure" in fighting corruption and providing services to citizens, according to his opinion.

Al-Haidari told Basnews that "the sermon of the reference was very clear and it does not apply to Abadi, especially as it emphasized a strong and strong president. Abadi does not have these qualities. During his rule, he was not firm and strong against corruption and corruption." .

He added that "Abadi has become a popular rejection after his failure to provide citizens services, and the people have filled his promises since he took the chair of the prime minister to this day, without any application on the ground. All these factors make Abadi far away from the second term."



Razak Al-Haidari

The secretary of the Iraqi Communist Party and a leader in the alliance of the "Sadoun" supported by the leader of the Sadrist movement has confirmed to (Basneoz), recently, that «the last reference speech came in response to the requirements of society, and Iraq needs a change to the approach that failed for 15 years», That «the management of the crisis has become more complex and the gap of mistrust widened between the government and the people».

The leader of the alliance, "Sadr", the leader of the Iraqi elections, Moqtada al-Sadr, has put 40 conditions that he said the next prime minister must enjoy, including not be dual nationality and be loyal to Iraq and speaks more than language and fights corruption, To a large extent with those suggested by the Shiite reference to Ali al-Sistani, does not apply to Haider Abadi.

http://www.basnews.com/index.php/ar/news/iraq/458476
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