Parliamentary Integrity stresses the need for fundamental reforms in the Supreme Judicial Council

Since 10.08.2015 at 11:51 (GMT Baghdad)

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He said the Parliamentary Integrity Committee member Salah al-Jubouri, Monday, need fundamental changes in the Supreme Judicial Council, and among the large files of corruption and known to all need to investigate more than any other file, called for an investigation into the acquisition of some political parties and figures on the state funds and property.

Jubouri said L / scales News /, that "the reforms launched by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi need to package other reforms, including the elimination package, there must be fundamental changes in the judiciary and the Supreme Judicial Council, noting that the judicial reform is one of the paragraphs of the political agreement put forward by the Abadi at the beginning of the formation of the current government. "

He said a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, said that "the reforms carried out by the head of a political minister curb this moment did not mention to file services and the elimination of financial corruption and administrative system, explaining that the large files of corruption and known to everyone by including explosives detection file and arms deals you need to achieve more than others of files. "

Jubouri called for "investigation into the acquisition of some political parties and figures on the money and property of the state file, whether buying or seizure."

The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi issued on Sunday, a number of directives included an immediate a reduction of the number of protections for all those responsible Dmenhm three presidencies, and the abolition of the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister immediately, and the dimensions of all the top positions for partisan and sectarian quotas ", also included reducing its ministries and agencies to raise efficiency and reduce costs, and the abolition of the special provisions for the presidencies of bodies and state institutions and officials, retirees, and the opening of the previous and current files of corruption under the supervision of the Commission, "Where did you get this." ended 29/28