The leadership of the National Alliance to discuss with the new reforms Abadi

I discussed the leadership of the National Alliance at a meeting Thursday evening in the Office of the Prime Alliance Ibrahim al-Jaafari and the presence of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, the powers fall under its banner all the new reforms.
A statement by the Office Jaafari said "the National Alliance continued reforms presented by the Prime Minister under the guidance of the upper reference which called for reform in all fields, and discuss the alliance activate these reforms after that adopted by the Council of Ministers, and approved by the House of Representatives, discussed the new reforms required; to serve the interests of our people sacrifice, and achieve their legitimate aspirations, and basic needs. " And the price of the National Alliance, according to the statement, "the interaction of the Iraqi people with the armed forces, and the sons of the popular crowd in the defense of Iraq, and its people, and the consciousness that the war against terrorism is a priority at this critical juncture.". He condemned the National Alliance "heinous crime committed by the Daash gangs in Sadr City, and called on security forces to the extra care and caution, and to hold negligent; to prevent a recurrence of these crimes, and stressed the unity of the position, and the cohesion of the people to confront all conspiracies, and thwart the enemies schemes".
The House of Representatives has approved Tuesday, a majority on the first package of governmental and parliamentary reforms in response to the directives of the Supreme religious authority and the demands of the demonstrators, while a spokesman said the office of Prime Minister Saad al-Hadithi Wednesday that the second package of government reforms will be announced soon, will include reducing its ministries and merging some of them 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, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, said 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 situation and we will not defend corrupt or invalid ".anthy