A meeting of the government, topples more than 100 Director General and advisors 8/18
A meeting of the government, "Habronema" topples more than 100 Director General and adviser
Tue Aug 18 2015 22:47 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad
The cabinet held its first meeting on Tuesday, after the last ministerial limbering, only by 22 ministers, did not attend the meeting with 11 members have been deported.
The session went, according to Deputy early, naturally voting was the sacking of about a hundred and general manager of cancellation and reduction of advisers in the ministries and government institutions who appointed most of them within "the scope of the quota system."
On the other hand he said that the vice-Abadi reforms are still in the framework of the policy did not address to the administrative change demanded by protesters on corruption in Iraq.
And emphasizes Kurdish, Sunni parties can Abadi political forces did not discuss the procedures and feminine ministry. Some felt that the prime minister "did the right thing" not to take the opinion of the political blocs, and that he needs some time to work.
Abadi: Do not targeted anyone
Ebadi said, in a statement issued by his office yesterday, that "the measures taken to reduce the number of ministries and merge to each other and the abolition of positions, is in order to reduce the slack in the state facilities and make them more effective," stressing that the measures "are not directed against a particular block or for specific people, It does not mean that the office canceled the owners are accused of corruption. "
Ebadi said, during the Cabinet meeting, as in past procedures and packages reformist nor irreversible, warning of "privileges and corrupt owners who are trying to obstruct the reform process by mixing the papers and popular symbols claims about its real purpose."
Ebadi said in a statement his office yesterday, he "decided to determine the advisers of the three presidencies five advisers for each presidency," noting that he "also decided to cancel positions advisers in the ministries Outsourcing whether the owners fixed or temporary."
The bureau added that "it was based on what was stated in the reforms made by Abadi and approved by the Council of Ministers package, approved by the House of Representatives."
The Iraqi Council of Representatives passed last week, government reforms package included spoilers open files in the state institutions and the rationalization of government spending and the abolition of privileges for senior government officials.
He says the leadership of the state law Jassim Mohammed Jaafar that "the Council of Ministers meeting, on Tuesday, held in the absence of Minister Almrhqin, and proceeded normally and was Altusit to dismiss advisers and directors of two years."
He added Jaafar (range), that "Almsttharian who were canceled and jobs were among the quota system plan in the distribution of positions through successive governments," stressing that "the sacked advisers are Vaidon and need outside ministries."
He disclosed by state law for "sacking of more than 81 years as director heading the circles outside the real structure of the ministries", pointing out that they "circles were added in later on ministries and appointed by the directors."
It is likely the former Minister of Youth and Sports said, "is the assignment of the two articles of those positions to retire if they had received a vote in parliament, while the others will not arrange them any legal effect after their dismissal from office."
Included recent reforms package decisions Cancel posts of Vice-President of the Republic of the three with 11 ministerial posts in the cabinet so far, in what is expected to be the next reforms pertaining to independent bodies and local governments pack.
Targeting political concerns
To see that Kurdish MP Najiba Najib said, "Abadi reforms focused on saving money and not for administrative system reform."
According to Najib, in connection with the (range), that "the former prime minister Nuri al-Maliki, in 2012 came to Parliament and said I have a package of reforms in three stages, the first stage show and approved by the Parliament to reduce the number of ministers." She adds, "showing that al-Maliki reforms behind political goals was not designed to correct the situation, as he did not then disclose the other phases of his reform plan."
Expresses an MP for the Kurdistan Democratic Bloc feared that "al-Abadi uses the same method in dealing with files and limbering reform". She says that "the reforms of the Commission, headed by Walid al-Hilli, did not consult with the Kurdish groups until now, waiting for him to Anaakecna for future reform packages".
He considers the Parliamentary Finance Committee member, said "The recent actions do not provide large sums of money," pointing out that "the government condone the doors may provide them with trillions of dinars such as writing a new ladder of salaries," asserting "there is a big mess in salaries and arranged will bring big money to the state treasury ".
And reveal the answer "the existence of a large number of advisers in the government," indicating that "the deputy prime ministers of 30 advisers for each of them", asserts that "the law, which regulates the work of advisers, did not specify the number," but select their work. "
Kurdish MP and confirm by saying that "more counselors and put in office a consolation for the parties did not provide service to the government." She says, "If advisors work seriously in the military, economic and political aspect of the case change the country."
Calls for a government of technocrats
In the meantime, MP Mohammad al-Karbouli, the head of the parliamentary solution, says that "the amounts that would return to the state treasury after the cancellation of some positions are not huge and will not provide service to the citizen."
And see Karbouli, during an interview with the (range), that "al-Abadi still in the framework of political reform has not spread to the administrative and service side, which called for by the demonstrations."
And confirms a member of the alliance of the Iraqi forces, "The government of technocrats is the solution and a prerequisite for most of the political blocs and even angry public on corruption and administrative failures in Iraq."
He denies knowing that Karbouli be Walid al-Hilli is responsible for the reform, and stresses that "it was so we would not accept," adding that "the Commission reforms have been born dead because it is far from partisan technocrats."
And finds the head of the parliamentary solution that "the appropriate time for a change in government drastically", persisting saying "if Abadi exposed to pressure from his party or bloc, we and the public to help it get rid of that stress."
Karbouli and sees that "the prime minister do the right thing not to consult the political blocs on government downsizing measures," he said, adding "if engaged in a dialogue of the blocks was not out one decision."
And it confirms that a member of the Union forces, "al-Abadi became the first charge, and the political forces that watching him and give him time to implement what he promised," but he warned of a "slowdown in the implementation of reforms, because it will cause the widening protests."
Karbouli and sees that "the current demonstrations uncontrollably and may turn out to be a scenario similar to what happened in Anbar if the demands were not implemented."