Karbala / Source News / .. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Monday, that Iraq is not bankrupt, and said that the drop in oil prices impact on the country's revenue.
Ebadi said during his speech at the coordination meeting of the provinces of non-performing province, "Iraq is not bankrupt but the problem down oil prices, which have affected the country's revenue," noting that "the budget sanctioned but few imports and the quantities of oil exported not up to what is in the budget law."
Abadi said that "the situation in Iraq requires concerted efforts in all Iraqi provinces, especially as we're in a state of war and financial crisis."
He said the Prime Minister, "I salute all the provinces that have worked with one hand in the defense of the homeland and the holy places," he said. "This confirms national unity among all Iraqis."
And between Abadi said "there are instructions ineffective in ministries and there are two interpretations of the laws and regulations by officials in one ministries to facilitate and another complexity," calling on "everyone to lenient interpretation and facilitate actions that serve the citizen and not hampered by laws and regulations."
Abadi called "conservatives themselves personally to supervise the work of ministries and departments in the provinces to improve services which must be follow-up staff in these departments," stressing that "no retreat from the transfer of powers because it is the right solution for the management of decentralization in the country."
The head of the Iraqi Council of Ministers Haider al-Abadi, arrived on Monday, to the city of Karbala to preside over the coordination meeting of the provinces irregular Bakulaim.anthy / p
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