Abadi: officials refused to reduce their salaries and cut electricity opposition to reform

By Shirin Dawood One hour ago 03/08/2015

Roudao - Erbil

He stressed Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Monday, that the officials refused to reduce their salaries and cutting electricity programmed them, "opposition to reform."

According to a statement by his press office seen by Roudao network media that "the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said during a speech at the first Conference of coexistence among young people that the country is facing represented a serious challenge to the danger of terrorist gangs obscurantism and faced by our heroes on the battlefield under intense heat for the dignity and unity of our country and his sons. "

Abadi said "We are today with the young people we seek to reform and improve the services and the fight against corruption because we are in the same trench, not Khandeghin, praising the role of youth in building the society and the consolidation of peaceful coexistence and fighting Daash addition to the fight against corruption and underdevelopment."

Also he pointed out that "cooperation and concerted efforts of all of the political blocs and the media will run the country for reform dander safety, but we see that there are clashing between the blocks on the positions and even the sacrifices of the heroes of fighters has become a matter of conflict between the blocs," noting that "the Holy fatwa religious reference was to volunteer for jihad Ulkipaia under the umbrella of the State and the flag of the State and that the system security is one and indivisible, calling on all to work as one team because the best of the conflict to cooperate. "

He praised the commitment of the demonstrators Abadi public order, saying, "We do not want to silence the voice and we object to them in order to improve services and reform."

He also added, "We have issued our orders to the security forces need to good to deal with the demonstrators and the security forces fighting on the battlefield are protected from demonstrators common factor between them and that is the homeland and the citizen service."

According to the prime minister to "the necessity of activating the principle (Where did you get this) for all and that the Integrity Commission to form special teams to investigate money."

Abadi said that "any reform our step and are rejected, including that of reducing the salaries of officials as well as the inclusion of officials machining programmed for electricity," explaining that "the biggest waste of wealth is bad planning and organization followed in the implementation of projects."