Abadi: keen to facilitate the inclusion of people with the "martyrs" victims of their rights and procedures

The head of the Council of Ministers Haider al-Abadi, on Sunday, his commitment to provide better services for people with the "martyrs" and victims of their rights and facilitate their inclusion procedures. Information Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said in a statement received (range Press), a copy of it, "Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi received today, a number of members of the martyrs and political prisoners parliamentary". The statement added, "The meeting discussed ways to facilitate the procedures for this important segment of Iraqi society and to support them, and discuss the proposal submitted by the Committee on the functions prisoners Foundation and secure Martyrs crowd folk heroes rights of those who were martyred to defend Iraq's unity and dignity of its citizens as well as the victims of terrorism ". He said al-Abadi, according to the statement, he was "keen to provide the best services for the families of the martyrs and victims of their rights and facilitate their inclusion procedures." The head of the Iraqi Council of Ministers Haider al-Abadi, was launched in the (June 11, 2015), the National Campaign to simplify government procedures using information technology "under the slogan (your government at your service), and with its promise" the beginning of the first step to reduce red tape and excess episodes that strain the citizen ", he stressed that "The task is not easy." The government launched before the period of the e-government project, which is a modern system based on the use of the World Wide Web, the Internet, in linking the state institutions to each other, and linking the various services private institutions and the general public, and the development of the information available to individuals in order to create a transparent relationship is characterized by speed, accuracy and aims to improve the quality of performance, and is believed to be the first use of the term "e-government" had been received in the former US President Bill Clinton's speech in 1992.