Prime Minister: those who lost their privileges obstructing reforms
BAGHDAD / long-Presse
The head of the Council of Ministers Haider al-Abadi, on Tuesday, his commitment to the government program and Amadah reforms and the fight against corrupt, and while stressing with national coalitions and forces the importance of working between the executive and legislative branches Integration, also discussed the issue of the displaced and the application of Salahuddin model in re-displaced people in all the liberated areas. Information Office of the Prime Minister said, in a statement received (range Press), a copy of "Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi held a joint political body parliamentary National Alliance and the Union of National Forces meeting attended by a number of ministers, held a thorough discussion of developments in the political arena and the situation taking place in the country ". The statement added, "it was at the meeting blessing of victories achieved in the breakers operations and the importance of sustaining momentum and unite efforts in order to overcome the challenges faced by the country on the political and security level, in addition to discussing economic and financial situation that Iraq is going through and the need to find solutions and treatments to him." The statement continued that "it was emphasized the importance of working between the executive and legislative branches integration and support this work and reforms in the interest of the Iraqi people, as well as discuss the issue of displaced persons and restore families to areas that have been edited and that is what happened in Salah al-Din after its liberation and the return of displaced people a model applied in All the liberated areas, and the opening of crossing Bzabz humanitarian cases and transportation of food. "
House of Representatives Monday and announced that the government does not have the validity of the application of certain provisions of the reform plan announced by President Haydar al-Abadi, the fact that many of these items need to laws of the legislature. In spite of the parliament he said he still supports Abadi, but the significance of the decision seemed obvious which put restrictions on the government's implementation of a plan reforms. In turn, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said his intention and determination to proceed with the reforms and the fight against corruption a day after the House of Representatives resolution that put restrictions on the application of the government reforms. A statement issued by the prime minister's media office said Abadi, "confirms his intention and determination to continue reforms and the fight against corruption and the corrupt and not to retreat from that despite the challenges and obstacles." He said al-Abadi "will not succeed attempts have lost their privileges to block reforms or turn the clock back and reverse what we've done, the will of the most powerful of them citizens and take off the roots of corruption and achieve justice in Iraq."
Opposed to Parliament in particular the salary scale, passed by the Council of Ministers which requires the reduction and the elimination of privileges enjoyed by senior state officials and increase the lower classes salaries as well as the abolition of the posts of Vice President of the Republic, ministers and all politicians belong to the blocks in the Parliament opposed this resolution, as the stakes partisan.
House of Representatives and was granted a mandate to Ebadi under public pressure and protests that began in Baghdad and the southern provinces, in order to proceed in the process of anti-corruption and government reform, and it seems that he reconsidered after easing protests.
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