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The Badr organization strongly criticizes the "heresy" created by Abbadi

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The Badr organization strongly criticizes the "heresy" created by Abbadi

Post by RamblerNash on Sat Oct 13, 2018 8:19 pm

The Badr organization strongly criticizes the "heresy" created by Abbadi

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The Badr Organization, led by Hadi al-Amiri on Saturday, criticized the outgoing Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, for the "heresy" technocrats in the political process in Iraq.

"Abadi is the one who came to us with the heresy of the technocrats and the independents," said the organization's leader, Razak al-Haidari. "Abadi came with technocratic ministers who proved their failure to experiment."

"The technocrats, if not practical, active and field, will not be able to play their role, and this is evidenced by the government of Abadi, the so-called technocrats, but they have not succeeded in their work," he said, adding that "the Ministry of Electricity has been the technocrats since 2003. They have not succeeded in their work, Hovering around them. "

"The technocrats are a heresy that some want to reach to their ends through these terms. There are party ministers who have achieved many great successes, unlike the technocrats who came to them," he said.

Abadi has not won the approval of the parties and political forces winning in the legislative elections that took place in Iraq at the end of last May to obtain a second term for failing many files, the most important service to cost Adel Abdul Mahdi, who is preparing to submit its government soon, sources said.


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