Long-Presse / Baghdad
The head of the Council of Ministers Haider al-Abadi, on Tuesday, that the reforms in the past and will not back them despite the challenges, and as pointed out that the attempts of losing their privileges will not hinder its implementation, he stressed that the will of the citizens, the most powerful of them.
Ebadi said in a statement received (long-Presse) a copy of it, that "our resolve and our determination to continue senior reforms and the fight against corruption and the corrupt," stressing "the irreversibility of the implementation of reforms despite the challenges and obstacles."
Abadi said that "the attempts of losing their privileges to block reforms or turn the clock back and reverse what we have achieved will not succeed", stressing that "the will of the citizens and the strongest of them Stqtal check the roots of corruption and justice in Iraq."
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi taken assertive several reforms in the month of August 2015) as a result of the mass movement that uncle of 11 provinces, calling for reform and the fight against corruption and improve services, including reducing the ministerial cab from the 33 to 22 only a first step, and reducing the protections of senior officials by 90 %, and salaries as well as many other procedures, while the government and parliament that approved the reforms, the latter by strengthening other package, and enjoyed popular support as well as the supreme Shiite religious authority.
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