Ali Jasim - Thursday, 13 August 2015 21:51 confirmed the MP for the coalition of state law high Nassif, Thursday, that the Parliament gave a mandate to the obligation to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi implementation of reforms, and as shown that the coalition affirmed its support to the government for the success of the implementation of reforms, revealed that Vice President Nuri al-Maliki expressed his readiness to leave his post in order to support the government and its success. Nassif said in an interview with the program "a quarter of an hour," which aired Sumerian, "The reforms are the three governmental, parliamentary and judicial levels, and Parliament gave the mandate which the type of obligation," adding that "the mandate and obligation to confer Abadi a wide area in the implementation. "
Nassif added that "the dismissal of the Vice-President of the Republic total, the violation of the constitution and there should be a deputy," pointing out that "the reference is given the green light to get out of the quota system when demanded reform." Nassif and stated that "the meeting of state law, yesterday, discussed the implementation mechanism reforms and the mechanism Abadi support because we want him success being a member of the coalition, "revealing that" Vice President Nuri al-Maliki expressed his willingness to leave his post in order to support the government and make it a success and crossing to safety. " She stressed Nassif that "the most important reform should be in the institution legislative and parliamentary reforms of not less than government reforms, "asserting that" parliamentarians are forced to take up requests for the appointment of citizens and knock on the doors of Ministers because of generally needy citizens closed. " The leader of the coalition of state law MP Abbas al-Bayati, said on Thursday that the coalition reiterated his support for Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi implementation of the reforms package during the meeting held yesterday, as he emphasized to achieve "substantial" part of the demands of the demonstrators. and held a coalition of state law, on Wednesday evening (12 August 2015), a meeting in the presence of its leader Nuri al-Maliki, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, to discuss the reforms package recently launched by the government. The House of Representatives voted on Tuesday (11 August 2015), unanimously packs, government and parliamentary reforms.