BAGHDAD / Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network (IMN) - Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said Salahuddin province, a good example and role model through the return of the population to their areas after liberation from Daash terrorist gangs.
He added Abadi, during a meeting with members of the Board of the province of Salah al-Din in the presence of the governor that "we are working efforts of our heroes in order to filter the province of terrorists and do not offer their areas again at risk through the activation of the intelligence effort in which" referring to the need for "political differences do not affect the province and that efforts be uniform in this context."
He pointed out that continuous reforms and there are "other reform packages and that these reforms are not against one," stressing "the need not to bring the citizen political conflicts citizen because of his priorities to provide security and services necessary for living and needs."
He said the poor "not to use the powers of our approach and that the charge must be for all Iraqis."
Ministry of Agriculture: Abadi leave the choice of the general managers of the Ministry of change
BAGHDAD / Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network (IMN) -, Ministry of Agriculture confirmed on Friday that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi leave the selection of new directors instead of two managers who have been issued a decision referring them to retirement, pointing out that it is hoped that the ministry receive next week list the names of managers who will change them.
He said Undersecretary Ghazi slave's (IMN) "The ministry has not received so far two managers who will change them names, pointing out that it is hoped that the names are sent by the Council of Ministers in the next few days."
Information Office of the Prime Minister's Office said yesterday, that "Based on the first package of reforms presented by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, in the center of administrative reform and private measures limbering and including raising the efficiency of the performance of state institutions, the Abadi decided hundred and twenty-three, Deputy Minister and Director General of exemption".
He said, "Abadi left to the Ministry of selecting new directors instead of managers sacked, and said the ministry will select new directors for quotas away from partisan and factional."
And that "will be selected through efficiency, integrity and work experience to manage those positions that have been changed."
The Tedo parliamentary finance committee last month, that the Commission Majaburh to introduce strict procedures for all the budgets of state institutions in the budget of 2016.