Alfoada calls to respond to the demands of the demonstrators put a time limit for the implementation of reforms
8/25/2015




Called the National Alliance MP Haider Alfoada, to respond to the demands of the demonstrators and set a time limit for the implementation of the reforms adopted by the government. Said Alfoada, in a statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where], a copy of "the demonstrators today all of them support the reforms adopted by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, but at the same time demanding an timeframe for the implementation of these reforms, because it is important to implement these demands, considering that the Iraqi people is the ruler and the main source of the authorities. "He added that" the timeframe for these reforms put will give confidence to the Iraqi people that the demands are taken into account, and closes the way for lurking who are skeptical about the government's ability to carry out these reforms.

"He Alfoada to" support for the reforms that does not infringe with the Constitution and adopted by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, "calling on all the political elites to" stand with him.
"The capital Baghdad and several provinces of demonstrations to demand to fight corruption and provision of services and reform of the judiciary, at a time when the government announced in the ninth of this August, the reform package focused on anti-corruption administrative and financial in state institutions and the abolition of senior positions Ministerial and limbering, in response to the directives of the Supreme religious authority and the demands of the demonstrators.

It is said that, the House of Representatives approved on 11 this August, 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 Almtzahreinn.anthy

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