Araji calls for cooperation to achieve, rather than question the fact that its presence reforms
Sunday, 13 September 2015
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
saw Vice outgoing Prime Minister Bahaa al-Araji, Sunday, that the long road of reform for a country like Iraq, stressing that the responsibility lies with all the political blocs, as called for cooperation to achieve, rather than question the fact that its presence reforms. They said in a statement received by Alsumaria News copy of it, "a long way to reform a country like Iraq, but the most important stage in any reform is announced and start it and this is what the Prime Minister has done presenting his paper to reform the ninth of last August."
He stressed that "it is the responsibility of all the political blocs and the institutions of the Iraqi state, we are now today in front of the reform of state not only the government," noting that "even those who have damaged their personal interests or partisan they must support these reforms if they are actually advocates of patriotism." . He added that "reform steps came at a time when Iraq living conditions exceptional war on Daash financial circumstance embarrassment and so requires us more sacrifice for our beloved Iraq." He said al-Araji, saying "instead to wonder about the fact that the existence of such reforms must We must all work together to achieve them. "The prime minister Haider al-Abadi issued, in (9 August 2015), a set of guidelines, which included an immediate reduction of the preparation of protections for all officials, among them the three presidencies, and the abolition of the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister immediately, and the removal of all senior positions from quotas partisan and sectarian, and feminine ministries and agencies to raise efficiency and reduce costs, and the abolition of the special provisions for the presidencies of bodies, state institutions and retirees of them, and the opening of the previous and current files of corruption under the supervision of the Commission, "Where did you get this." decided Abadi, in (16 August 2015), reducing the number of Cabinet members to 22 members instead of 33 members, and the abolition of ministerial positions for the following ministries: the Ministry of Human Rights, the Ministry of State for Women's Affairs, Ministry of State for Provincial Affairs and Parliamentary Affairs, Department of State, as well as the integration of the Ministry of Science and Technology, Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, and the integration of the Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Health, and the integration of the Ministry of Municipalities, Ministry of Construction and Housing, and the integration of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities Ministry of Culture. as defined in (18 August 2015), adviser to the three presidencies five advisers for each presidency, and decided to cancel the advisers in ministries, whether they are the owners fixed or temporary. 8%AA-%D8%A8%D8%AF/ar