Law: reform in the Council of Ministers need to supplement

BAGHDAD / Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network (IMN) - a coalition of law bloc expressed, Sunday, support for the decision of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi reduce cabinet members to 22 instead of 33, indicating that the reforms in the Council of Ministers need to complete.

Abadi and decided, on Sunday, members of the government to reduce to 22 instead of 33, to cancel 4 Ministries and the integration of eight other ministries along with the elimination of the three positions of his deputies.

A member of the cluster Mohammed Chihod's (IMN), "The reforms adopted by Abadi in the Council of Ministers important and good step through the elimination of other ministries and supported and incorporate by us pack, but was supposed to merge the ministries of oil and electricity under the Ministry of Energy and address, because most of the energy problems Electrical concerning the availability of fuel. "

Chihod He added that "reforms in the Council of Ministers need to complete through a change in ministers and ministries away from sectarian quotas, through naming ministers with competence and experience and far from the political parties."

Chihod explained that "the problem of corruption in Iraq has roots dating back to the sectarian quota system, for everyone to leave the new package of reforms."

The resolution Cancel the ministries of human rights, and the State for Women's Affairs, and the State for Provincial Affairs and Parliamentary Affairs, and the Ministry of State, and the integration of the Ministries of Science and Technology, Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, and the Environment, Ministry of Health, and the municipalities of the Ministry of Construction and Housing, and Tourism and Antiquities Ministry of Culture