Kurdistan Democratic Bloc supports Abadi reforms package

By Roudao

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Announced the Kurdistan Democratic Party in Iraq's parliament bloc, on Sunday, he expressed support for the package of reforms launched by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi for the elimination of corruption and implementation of the demands of the demonstrators.

The head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party faction in the Iraqi Council of Representatives Khosro Goran in a press statement: "We as a party Kordstani with democratic reform, and decisions issued by the Iraqi Prime Minister good decisions if able to be applied."

Curran said, "There is no country in the world has all this quantum of Vice-Presidents of the Republic and the Minister, there are also a number of redundant and useless ministries created to please this or that party and could be canceled or merged with other ministries."

He added Curran: "There is a large amount of officials appointed to please the masses, in addition to rampant corruption in the joints of the whole country where they are trading and buying and selling positions and jobs for years, therefore, there was a real reform program could Abadi of application we support him and support him."

Curran pointed out that the implementation of those decisions is not easy to work because the current Iraqi government was formed on the basis of consensus and should make changes and reform according to a deliberate plan and the court.

The head of the Iraqi government, Haider al-Abadi, issued a series of important decisions in the framework of political reform, especially the most important Cancel the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister, with reduce the number of protections for all those responsible, and the abolition of the special provisions for the presidencies of bodies and state institutions.

As Abadi face today to open past and current files of corruption under the supervision of a supreme committee to combat corruption is made up of specialists and working principle (Where did you get this), and called on the House of Representatives to ratify it to enable it to conduct the reforms called for by the supreme religious authority demanded by citizens.