Abadi: the political system was in need of popular pressure to improve its performance and no return for reforms



Alsumaria News / Baghdad - The head of the Council of Ministers Haider al-Abadi, Wednesday, that no return for reforms voted on by the Council of Ministers and the House of Representatives, noting that the political system was a need public pressure to improve its performance, as stressed by saying "I will not give my sons interest one iota."

Ebadi said in a statement issued after his meeting with a number of media and cultural elites and analysts in the presence of a number of MPs and politicians, and received Alsumaria News, a copy of it, that "the reforms voted on by the Council of Ministers and the Council of the constitutionality and legality of Representatives," saying "I will not retract it."

Abadi said he "does not return for reforms," ​​pointing out that "the political system was a need public pressure to improve performance and accelerate the process of reforms."

He noted that the "first step in the strategy of reform in the ministries Baltrchiq been a blow to the very core of the system of quotas."

And between Abadi, "I will not relinquish my sons interest one iota," adding, "We are headed in the right direction for the construction of the state."


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