Abadi decide to apply the unified pension law to all officials

Author: AHF
Editor: AHF

8.20.2015 22 o'clock

Long-Presse / Baghdad
Said Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Thursday, the Unified Pension Law to all Referred officials to retirement, while pointing to the lack of their inclusion in any additional privileges, denied access to 80% of their current salaries.

Abadi said in a statement received (range Press), a copy of "Unified Retirement Law applies to all officials Referred to retire like the rest of retired state employees without additional privileges and their pensions represent a fraction of what they get now."
Abadi said that "no truth to be published of those responsible for 80% of their current salaries."

The head of the Council of Ministers, was taken, Sunday, (the ninth of August now 2015), six reform decisions, represented the abolition of the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister "immediately", and reduce the comprehensive and immediate in the number of protections for state officials, Dmenhm three presidencies, ministers, MPs and special grades and Directors General and conservatives and members of the provincial councils and their grades, as the face of the removal of all senior positions from quotas partisan and sectarian, and the abolition of the special provisions for each presidencies bodies and state institutions and retirees of them, as well as guidance to open past and current files of corruption, under the supervision of a supreme committee to combat corruption are formed from specialists and working principle (Where did you get this), and called on the judiciary to adopt a number of specialized judges well-known integrity fully to investigate and prosecute corrupt, and feminine ministries and agencies to increase efficiency in government work and reduce costs, while the Council of Ministers called for the approval of the decisions and call the House of Representatives to ratify to enable the Prime Minister of the reforms called for by the supreme religious authority and demanded by the citizens, and the Council of Ministers approved unanimously this reform package, on the same day.

Parliament has approved, in turn, by an absolute majority of those reforms, in, (the 11th of August now), and reinforced by other package included a 24 of his own paragraph, including the dismissal of the ministers of electricity and financial resources.
The whole motionless on the back of a large-scale rally began in (the 31st of July 2015), and then spread to the majority of provinces to protest against corruption and the deterioration of services, on top of electricity.

Supreme Shiite religious authority has lined up with the mass movement, and called on al-Abadi to "strike hard" on the "abusers" people's money, saying it has repeatedly called to the need for reforms and the fight against corruption, also called on Friday (14th of August now), to cleanse the elimination of corruption.