Kurdistan accused Abadi Balambalah in the implementation of reforms: There are no clear strategy

09/17/2015 15:25 pm (Baghdad time)

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MP from the Kurdistan Alliance Bakhtiar Jabbar, Thursday, the prime minister Haider al-Abadi has a kind of indifference towards the implementation of the reform program which was launched, indicating that the non-implementation of the reforms will be reflected on the relationship between the legislative and executive power.

He said Jabbar's / scales News / "The reforms launched by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is not effective, especially in a country like Iraq, which contains many files from corruption or spoilers still exist and have the ability and the impact on the political orbit," stressing that "the reform process needs time and a strategic plan and clear objectives to be applied. "

He added that "a large proportion of the political blocs with the real and realistic reforms, and not theoretical," stressing that "the head of al-Abadi did not take him into account the application of reforms, especially regarding the time and intention actually to achieve the goals of the reforms within the existing political process."

He noted that "Abadi, a kind of indifference to its objectives and the program of reform unleashed, because the current government is based on partnership and political agreement but without taking consideration of all these reforms," ​​calling "The prime minister Haider al-Abadi to come to the House of Representatives as soon as possible to show the mechanisms for achieving reforms in last month, and because it is the implementation of any of those reforms Vstneks on the relations between the legislative and the executive and between the Prime Minister and Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri. "

The parliamentary source revealed, earlier, that "Parliament decided to postpone the host Prime Minister Haider Abadi, a parliament session scheduled for today until after the Eid al-Adha holiday." It ended 29 quarters e