Mutlaq al-Abadi for: reforms are not intended to offend any political entity and motives of public interest
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Mutlaq al-Abadi for: reforms are not intended to offend any political entity and motives of public interest
Informed the president of a coalition of Arab Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, his deputy, Saleh al-Mutlaq said the reforms, which included the process of government limbering including the abolition of the posts of Vice Prime Minister "not meant to offend any political entity."
A statement by the Office Mutlaq received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, said Abadi, "said in a telephone conversation yesterday with al-Mutlaq that the reforms are not an attempt to harm the political history of national symbols are not intended to offend any party partisan or political entity and not behind them, but the motives of serving the nation and the public interest. "
For his part, al-Mutlaq hope that "be radical and comprehensive reform package adopted on a national basis and correct," declaring "his support for such measures, provided that does not ignore the needs of all segments of Iraqi society and delineate the features of a new phase moving away where concepts quotas abhorrent and sectarianism, exclusion and marginalization."
He said al-Mutlaq "fixed position throughout multiple years of reform projects and repeated his claim to proceed, and today his willingness to be a soldier in order to save the country from her ordeal and achieve popular demands and alleviate the suffering of the oppressed and displaced and marginalized."
The statement pointed out that the Abadi al-Mutlaq "newly friendly La Jolla exchanged, and agreed through that save the country from the current tragic situations is the largest and most important state positions or government sites, and responding to the demands of the masses without procrastination or delay must be and will be beneficial, security and peace to all segments Iraqi society. "
The House of Representatives approved in its meeting last Tuesday on the first package of governmental and parliamentary reforms included abolishing the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister immediately, and feminine ministries and agencies to increase efficiency in government work and reduce costs in response to the directives of the Supreme religious authority and the demands of the demonstrators.
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi also decided on Sunday to reduce the number of cabinet members to be 22 members in addition to the Prime Minister, rather than 33 members within the second package of reforms, as Abadi today a resolution to cancel advisers positions in ministries issued Outsourcing whether the owners fixed or temporary identification advisers of the three presidencies five advisers for each Riash.anthy