Jubouri demanding political blocs to vote on government paper with reform and parliamentary reform paper session tomorrow

By Mohammed Emad

8/10/2015 2:03 a.m.

Brother - Baghdad
House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, a student of political blocs to vote at a hearing tomorrow on the reform of government paper.
He said during his meeting with the heads of parliamentary blocs and committees today that he "will be discussed Paper reform the House of Representatives Speaker of the Parliament will put on the heads of the blocks for a vote at tomorrow's meeting with the reform paper presented by Mr. Abadi."

For his part, Chairman of the Liberal bloc Zia al-Asadi said "Parliament in the Indictment Chamber calls for political blocs to approve the paper reform".

At the same level saluting MP Hanan al "Abadi on his courage and invites everyone to vote on this paper", calling also for hosting al-Abadi to see ministers who will be dismissed by the paper's reform and discuss the rest of the decisions. "

The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi face yesterday to reduce the comprehensive and immediate in the preparation of protections for all state officials Dmenhm heads of the three presidencies, ministers, MPs and special grades and general managers and governors and members of the provincial councils and their grades, and the abolition of the special provisions for each presidencies, bodies and institutions of the state and retired them by instructions issued by the Chairman of the Board Ministers take into account the justice and professional competence.

And is reducing expenses and the abolition of positions mainly Congress of the Republic and the Council of Ministers immediately and open previous files of corruption and the current under the supervision of a supreme committee to combat corruption is made up of specialists and working principle (Where did you get this), and invite the judiciary to adopt a number of specialized judges well-known integrity fully to investigate and prosecute corrupt.

For his part, the voice of the Council of Ministers in its session yesterday unanimously extraordinary reforms announced by Prime Minister package.