Abadi Office: Council of Ministers meeting will discuss its previous recommendations and will soon announce his plan for reforms

Author: BS, ZJ
Editor: BK, BS

8/8/2015 4:40 p.m.

Long-Presse / Baghdad

Information Office of the Prime Minister announced on Saturday that the Council of Ministers will be held tomorrow an extraordinary meeting to discuss the decisions and recommendations made by him or of its committees previously, and will soon announce a plan for reform of the three axes of an urgent need to tackle corruption and improve the economy and services, calling for political blocs called to respond to the demands of the demonstrators to start first accounting of its ministers and the follow-up performance.

A spokesman for the Information Office, Saad al-Hadithi, in an interview to the (long-Presse), said that "many of the meetings held since the beginning of demonstrations and even now, at the level of the Cabinet and its committees, to consider the demands of the masses and to respond to as many of them in close and urgent ceilings of time "noting that" the President of the Council, Haider al-Abadi, presided over today, a meeting of a number of consultants and experts, as the Council will be held on Sunday, an extraordinary meeting to discuss the proposals and decisions and recommendations made at previous meetings. "

The newborn, that "reforms focus on three pressing issues and the basis and complement each other, and form part of the government program," noting that "the first of which is the financial and administrative reform, in government departments and the restructuring of the Iraqi economy on a new basis."

The spokesman said, "The second theme focuses on the fight against corruption, address and reduce the spread joints state," stressing that "the provision of services and the requirements of a decent living is a third axis to tack reforms".

According to Sabri, that "the announcement of the reform plan will soon be accessible to the goals and objectives that meet the demands of the demonstrators," pointing out that "the demonstrations did not take them more than a week, and that the government does not work style reaction, because it has a program in conformity with the demands of the masses which is not a Late in the proceedings, as some believe. "

The spokesman for the Information Office of the Prime Minister, expressed the hope that "take the calls made by most of the political blocs on the need to respond to the demands of the demonstrators and the fight against corruption, place the practical application through self-accounting for ministers that urged them to work hard to provide services and follow-up joints of corruption, everyone is to be in front of their responsibility ".

And the holding of the Prime Minister, Haider al-Abadi, earlier in the day, a meeting with a number of experts and advisers to discuss the administrative and financial reform and improve services and address the sagging career axes in addition to the allocation of an expanded part of the ways and means of addressing corruption and the corrupt.

The bloc called on the citizens, on Friday (August seventh of the current 2015), its ministers and the rest of the government ministers put their resignations to the prime minister, however, indicating that they come to support the move to reform government.

The student representative of the religious authority in Karbala, Ahmad Safi, on Friday, al-Abadi, to be more "daring and courage" to fight "financial and administrative corruption", and invited him to "strike hard" on the "abusers" people's money, and the "signal" to the " impede "the process of reform.

The President of the Council of Ministers, on Friday, his commitment to the directives calling for the religious authority to fight corruption, vowing to announce a comprehensive plan of reform and work to implement them.

The President of the Parliament Saleem al-Jubouri, also on Friday, the allocation of the next meeting of the Council to consider the demands of the demonstrators, noting that Parliament will question the ministers who are demanding questioned.

The protests affected many provinces since (the 31st of July 2015), as a result of widespread corruption and deterioration of electricity, and the continuation of the worsening energy crisis without a radical solution, despite promises "dumped optimism", launched by several senior government officials in this regard, and on top the former prime minister, Nuri al-Maliki, and his deputy for Energy, Hussain al-Shahristani, as well as ministers of all electricity in the previous governments.