Three presidencies support the reforms, "according to the constitution" and calls for the adoption of the basic laws 9/2/2015

BAGHDAD / long-Presse

It showed the three presidencies, on Tuesday, support for the reforms that achieve the interests of the Iraqi people, praising the military operations carried out in different parts of the country.
As stressed the need for the completion of the National Guard and the laws of the Federal Court and National Reconciliation, pointed out that the economic and financial sides of the priorities of the executive and legislative bodies that are to focus on reforms in the file.
She said the presidency in a statement received (range Press), a copy of which, "The heads of the republic Fuad Masum, the parliament Saleem al-Jubouri, the Cabinet Haider al-Abadi discussed during a meeting, on Monday night, the security situation and file reforms and ways to strengthen state-building and issues related to the completion of the legislation."
She said the presidency that "the meeting expressed their support for practical steps that meet the interests of the Iraqi people to accomplish what was voted on government and parliamentary reforms," ​​pointing out that "the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi stressed the need to go all the reforms are carried out in accordance with the Constitution and the law."
She presidency that "the meeting praised the military operations led by the Iraqi army and security forces and members of the popular crowd and the Peshmerga and the sons of the tribes in Anbar and Peggy multiple areas of Iraq," stressing at the same time the need to "complete the basic legislation, including the National Guard and the Federal Court and national reconciliation laws."
The meeting underlined that "the economic and financial sides are among the priorities of the executive and legislative bodies that are being focused on reforms in the file", arguing that "the provision of essential services to the Iraqi citizen is located within the basic obligations that state institutions seeking to implement."
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi took a package of reforms recently as a result of the mass movement that uncle of 11 provinces, calling for reform and the fight against corruption and improve services, including reducing the ministerial cab from the 33 to 22 only a first step, and reducing the protections of senior officials by 90%, and their salaries, as well as for many other procedures, while the government and parliament that approved the reforms, the latter by strengthening other package, and enjoyed popular support as well as the supreme Shiite religious authority.
The head of the Council of Ministers, taken in (the ninth of August now 2015), six reform decisions, represented the abolition of the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister "immediately", a comprehensive and immediate reduction in the number of protections for state officials, among them the three presidencies, ministers, MPs and special grades and managers two years, governors 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 is made up of specialists and working principle. %25D8%25B3%25D8%25A7%25D8%25AA-%25D8%25A7%25D9%2584%25D8%25AB%25D9%2584%25D8%25A7 %25D8%25AB-%25D8%25AA%25D8%25AF%25D8%25B9%25D9%2585-%25D8%25A7%25D9%2584%25D8%25A5%25D8%25B5%25D9%2584 %25D8%25A7%25D8%25AD%25D8%25A7%25D8%25AA-%25D9%2588%25D9%2581%25D9%2582%25D8%25A7-%25D9%2584%25D9%2584%25D8%25AF%25D8%25B3