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    Hakim calls for development of strat for dealing w/crises & push through reform plans

    Hakim calls for the development of a strategy for dealing with crises and push through reform plans



    Twilight News / called Ammar Hakim, head of SCIRI to develop a strategy for dealing with crises in Iraq, plans, reiterated his support for packages of government and parliamentary reforms.

    Hakim said in his speech at the Diwan Baghdad elites and professional competence in his office in Baghdad, said "Corruption his first two parts starts wasting public money or manipulated He who has the interest and great follow up with some overlooked incision second corruption of mismanagement that need to be the real deal."

    He pointed to "the importance of moving the Iraqi economy without resorting to state that suffer from financial problems," warning "strike trust between the citizen and the charge and between the citizen and the democratic experiment projects aim", noting that "the dissemination of corruption at all a part of this project."

    The al-Hakim, the "hit of corruption heads, returned real reforms capable of preventing young people from immigration," noting that "the Iraqi people have the freedom does not exist in the neighboring countries, which ridiculed their media to target the Iraqi experience and structure," warning of "the exploitation of political demonstrations and the most dangerous exploit security because tapped mean the loss of Iraq. "

    And he called on the head of the Iraqi Islamic Supreme Council to "pay attention to some corrupt covering the corruption to raise the banner of the fight against corruption," noting "fake reliable Iraqi minds and research centers of Iraq to reduce expenditures and investment of the art in the deployment of the security culture and the culture of consumption and access to Iraqi experience regionally and globally through art and drama." .


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