Abadi activists: continue reforms and fight against corruption
Prime Minister stressed the need for continued reforms in all aspects of the state for the advancement of the country and the fight against corruption, and expressed his thanks with civilian demonstrators to respect the law, pointed out the need to continue their meetings to achieve the well-being of the country.
Information Office of the Prime Minister, said in a statement received (range Press), a copy of "Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi held a meeting with a group of civilian activists and were able to discuss the demands of the demonstrators and the situation taking place in the country."
The statement added that "al-Abadi listened to their views and narratives about what faced by the country of the challenges, and issues of reforms and the fight against corruption as well as a number of topics that relate to many of the files that belong to the Iraqi arena.
"The statement continued that" al-Abadi welcomed the delegation and thanked them for higher commitment and respect for the law during demonstrations, and answered their questions. " , stressing "the necessity of continuing their meetings to get out in order to serve the country and achieve prosperity for its citizens in light of the difficulties of political, security, economic and financial challenges." He stressed Abadi, according to the statement on "the continuation of reforms for the advancement of the country, and the fight against corruption in any detail of the joints of the state."
And leads the civil power demonstrations in Baghdad and several provinces demanding reforms, as the Prime Minister calls for reforms responded but they do not measure up, according to the demonstrators to what they aspire to real change.
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