2015 Monday, September 21:
Abadi had been charged earlier in a number of corrupt politicians, working to sabotage the reform plans, approved by the Parliament.
He Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, the belief "that close to him would turn him after the reforms launched by which could cost his life."
Abadi said during a speech at "serving you your government" Conference to be the alternative to the reforms is dictatorship and chaos, so it remains necessary to correct the political track.
Demonstrations wake-up call
Ebadi said, "The demonstrations are the warning and alert system and fix it, because there is a disparity in salaries and benefits, and because some of the protections for some of the characters equivalent to the sum of three teams, but in the real measurement of this unreasonable and has developed a measure of myself as prime minister, and I saw how much we need."
He disclosed that the "political quota system is part of our file reformist, because the controls appointments come from the same party and far from professional and close relatives, nepotism and lack of equal opportunities for others."
Abadi, accused earlier in the last month, "some of those he called the corrupt politicians of trying to sabotage his plan for radical reforms in the system of government," warning "a number of influential Shiite groups leaders of the militants use their followers to achieve political ends."
Ebadi said "the process will not be easy but painful .. and corrupt will not be silenced, and the owners of franchises will not silence .. but we are going to proceed to another task in the fight against the corrupt and repair the situation."
Abadi conducted during the past few months a number of reforms approved by the Iraqi Council of Representatives included as well as the cancellation of the posts of Vice President and the prime minister, decisions to reduce the number of officials and take a series of other legal actions packages.
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