The head of the Council of Ministers Haider al-Abadi, said Thursday his intention to press ahead with reform regardless of the difficulties, noting that some of the forces of evil and terrorism hindered the reform, which hit its existence and privileges and corruption that gnaw the body of the Iraqi state.
Ebadi said in a statement to the media his office received / scales News / copy of "The need for reform is not an option and can not win the battle against the state of chaos, corruption and terrorism and the quota system without making fundamental reforms in the state structure."
He added Abadi he "would push ahead with reform, justice and the restoration of statehood, which Astbaanh the forces of evil and terrorism", adding that "those forces reluctant obstructed reform tasks being hit very core of its existence and privileges and the system of quotas and corruption which Enkran the body of the state."
He explained that "reform packages came to address the imbalance in the structure of the state of political, economic, financial, administrative and service aspects," pointing out that "the reform battle would continue unabated or decline to include the spirit of the state and its institutions, despite the challenges of the economic situation the gorge and the conflict of presence that we wage against terrorism."
The head of the Council of Ministers, "conviction successfully reform project with the support of the people who expressed their demands civilized peaceful demonstrations, which are bright model on Iraq and the entire region, and to support good reference" .anthy 29/33 h
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