Abadi: the reforms will not stop and must include all aspects of the state and society

September 10, 2015

BAGHDAD / Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network (IMN) - Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi stressed the inclusion of political and administrative reforms, financial and economic aspects, while pointing out that corruption in hiding it harder routine procedures.

Ebadi said in the first workshop for the implementation of government reforms, said that "political reform, especially the quota system is the core of the reforms process," noting that "the recent reforms package is not directed against individuals or certain parties, where the public interest is that were the basis of it."

He added that "a large part of the reform is the administrative and professional side, and reduce the gap between the citizen and the administrator," asserting that "corruption in hiding it harder Alajraathalerutinah, which must be reduced."

Aadalebadi and "wait to take some decisions, is to prevent the events of any kind of injustice towards others."

He stressed the need for the private sector to be "the largest producer, as the reliance on national income in the state budget is a big mistake, and we search for generating economic projects of income," noting that the loans made by the government to the private sector that must be characterized by a simplified and resolute action at the same time to choose the best project. "

A member of the parliamentary Economic Committee Najiba Najib earlier, the loans launched by the Iraqi Central Bank to finance agricultural and industrial projects and housing will significantly contribute to the elimination of poverty and unemployment in the whole of Iraq.

He promised representative of the Supreme religious authority in the holy city of Karbala reform movement as "decisive battle" to determine the future of the country, while pointing out that the three authorities have only proceed to make the necessary reforms option.