Source for [where]: postpone the cabinet meeting today to prepare second package of reforms [expanded]

2015/8/13 11:02

According to an informed source, that the Council of Ministers held its scheduled postponed Thursday until further notice.

The source told all of Iraq [where], "Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi request to postpone the hearing in preparation for the launch of the second package of reforms," ​​noting that he "is notified ministers on Wednesday to postpone the era."
"The postponement comes to make way more time in front of members of the Council of Ministers to put the issues to be covered by the new reforms package being the need to work and to create some of the material and the method of dealing with the issues in the paper reforms, including the administration and the fight against corruption."

The source explained that "al-Abadi felt postpone the Cabinet meeting today for these reasons as well as the changes that took place yesterday at the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers and the abolition of the post of secretary-general and his aides have".

The source added that "the intensity of the required materials in discussion around needs time to discuss" likely "the government session held next week."

The Council of Ministers, has postponed its first Tuesday to Thursday to wait for the approval of the House of Representatives on the first package of reforms presented by him, it has been approved by the Parliament on the same day.

It is said that al-Abadi yesterday issued an order exempting Dioanaa Secretary General of the Council of Ministers and his deputies from their posts within the application of reforms Petrhik government positions and reduce expenses.
A spokesman for the office of Prime Minister Saad al-Hadithi said yesterday that the second package of government reforms will be announced soon, will include the feminine and merging some ministries in addition to the feminine and the integration of some independent bodies and the appointment of its officials, according to the integrity and efficiency away from sectarian quotas. "
For his part, al-Abadi, yesterday, that "the reform process will continue and walk out with full force and we will strike with an iron fist on the corrupt," adding that "the process will not be easy, but painful, and the corrupt will not be silenced, and the owners of privileges will not be silenced, but we are going to proceed to another task in the fight against the corrupt and repair conditions and we will not defend corrupt or invalid ".anthy 2