UN launches the second phase of the program of development of the Iraqi security sector continental financial support

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Editor: BK
03/09/2015 19:22



Long-Presse / Baghdad
United Nations Development Programme announced in Iraq UNDP, on Thursday, launching the second phase of support for security sector reform program in cooperation with the Iraqi National Security Advisor's office, and with financial support a European, while between it seeks to develop a retractable "accountability and reasonable cost and representative security sector and responsive reflects the needs of the Iraqis and their concerns. "
WFP said in a statement received (long-Presse) a copy of it, that "reform of the security sector in Iraq, a condition as a basis for peace and stability in the long term, in light of the security challenges faced by," noting that "working with the Iraqi National Security Advisor, Office of the development of a national security strategy, by supporting the reform of the security sector in the first phase of the program. "
He said the United Nations Development Programme in Iraq, that the "strategic focus on the concept of human security and promote inclusiveness and equality," noting that "prepared revealed the need for the government to focus, with immediate effect and the basis, for its efforts in the development of the reform of the sector plan."
He said the UN program, that "the process of implementing the second phase of support for security sector reform program, launched in Baghdad on Thursday, (third from September current 2015), with financial support from Britain, the Netherlands and Denmark, as part of a joint effort between the United Nations Development Programme and the Office of Security Advisor National ", stressing that" the second phase seeks to frame the government ways in the development of accountable and reasonable cost, representative and responsive security sector reflects the needs of all Iraqis and their concerns. "
He expected the United Nations Development Programme in Iraq, that "dealing with the proposed plan, in the short, medium and long term, the required priorities to improve the efficiency of the Iraqi security sector, effectiveness and accountability, as well as ensuring correctional interventions coordination about building within the framework of a central work of one," pointing out that "the goals of The plan also includes, establishing mechanisms for cooperation and coordination, and strengthen the capacity of democratic supervision of the Security and Defense Committee, and increase the government's engagement with civil society, and improving the capacity of civil society in the field of security sector reform. "
He said the UN program, that "the office of the Iraqi National Security Advisor, asked the United Nations Development Programme, to support the government in the development of security sector reform plan, according the national security strategy and in line with the reform program of the government," Msttrda that it "supports the reform of the security sector in Iraq since the 2013 by virtue of his role in the broader area of ​​support for the rule of law. "
It is noteworthy that many local and international bodies have accused the Iraqi security forces, repeatedly as "violation" of the principles of human rights, especially through arbitrary arrests carried out by maintaining the detainees for several years, without investigation or trial.


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