Urgent Abadi: reforms touched a group of corrupt owners and organized crime 8/25
Urgent Abadi: reforms touched a group of corrupt owners and organized crime
8/25/2015 0 Comments
said Prime Minister General Commander of the Armed Forces Haider al-Abadi, said on Tuesday that reforms touched a group of corrupt owners and organized crime, noting that the state where the war and the demonstrations and that it does not exist in other countries. He said Abadi, presided over a meeting of the security and military leaders in the presence of the ministers of defense and interior, according to a statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that "the continuation of reforms and their implementation in accordance with specific schedules", adding that "some reforms touched a group of corrupt, as well as the owners of organized crime and those will try to block reform measures but we will not let them. " He said the "the state where the war and the demonstrations and that it does in other countries, and we are with the people, we set out the reforms we will not give them, and there is also a fight against corruption, including those related to security institution where corruption significantly decreased ".
He said the Prime Minister, "We are moving the state and reforms in spite of the financial crisis and the decline of oil prices and dramatically over the past few days, but we have taken measures and decisions set by pumping money loans in sectors of the economy, housing and agriculture," .anthy