UN Security Council supports reforms
The government is preparing to launch a new package including
Baghdad - Al-Sabah
received government reform packages, the support and the support of international, which opens up new horizons for expansion of cooperation of the international community, which has become the responsibility of assigning Iraq in all fields.
This step is the hybrid mission came on the eve of the announcement of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi orientation to launch the decisions of the new reformist and directives.
According to a statement of the UN mission (UNAMI), the «Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jan Kubis gave the end of last week to the United Nations Security Council, the report prepared by the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon on the situation in Iraq.
»The president of the Security Council, Ambassador Peter Wilson after a special session to discuss the report of the Moon, that« the Council to support efforts to reform and national reconciliation », returned these efforts« critical »to the success of the campaign against al Daash terrorist, as it is no exaggeration to emphasize the necessity of urgent thing ».
On the eve of the discussion of the report, the Prime Minister announced the existence of a new reform packages will be launched by the government through orders, decisions and directives to address the imbalance in the structure of the state in all its aspects.
Dr. Abadi said in a statement his face to the Iraqi people:« We set off reform our approach of our firm conviction that a comprehensive and radical reform and the National Civil State base state institutions is the way that leads to stability and development, reconstruction, justice and the restoration of statehood, which Astbaanh the forces of evil, terrorism and corruption ».
He Abadi:« I am sure successfully our enterprise reform with the support of the people who expressed their demands demonstrations civilized peaceful is bright model on Iraqna and the entire region. »
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