Vice-Abadi calls for "freezing" them officials who suspicions of corruption

08/04/2015 13:59
Tomorrow Press / Baghdad: Student Alliance MP Abdul Kahar Samurai powers, Tuesday, and rapid response to urgent demands of the demonstrators and to provide them with protection, with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi called to "freeze" all the official indicators and suspicions of corruption until the completion of investigations.

Samarrai said in a press conference held in the parliament building and attended by "tomorrow Press," "We salute our people inherent for their patience and endurance for all kinds of mischief and will stand supporters for each of their demands and in favor of mobility, because the freedoms the right services the right of all duty and exercise and the task of lying on the part of those responsible."

"The suffering and one from the far Iraq to end, and today thousands come out in Iraqi cities, demanding reform and the provision of services and an end to corruption and the indices of all the past failures in the departments of the previous governments," pointing out that "the suffering of the displaced that exceeded descriptions are also still waiting for a moment of support without compromise or retreat. "

Samarrai called "Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to freeze all official indicators and the suspicions of corruption until the completion of investigations."