Abadi: we can not fight corruption only with the support of the people to face objections

The prime minister Haider al-Abadi, said the government can not fight corruption, and implement reforms only with the support of the people. A statement of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, received by all of Iraq [where], a copy of it, a representative of Prime Minister Nofal Abu Barns, during the ceremony held by the International Finance Corporation of the World Bank Group, to launch a new system for issuing building permits, saying that "the government past the reforms launched in the fight against corruption and the corrupt that which can not be applied only through the support of the people to face the challenges of implementation. "He said the project will serve the construction and investment process in the country and contribute to the creation of jobs for the unemployed."

He added that "the government has set its priorities to simplify procedures and worked to review the relationship between the citizen and the state institutions all, and is seeking to dimensions of corruption, which undermines the confidence of the citizen out, "pointing to" create an atmosphere of mutual respect between the citizen and employee.

"The statement quoted Undersecretary of the Ministry of Construction Aestbrq Ibrahim thorns, Todhah that" the training program to the electronic system for the issuance of building permits which 80 delegates from workers engaged on the field of the issuance of licenses in the municipalities of the Municipality of Baghdad and municipal districts in the provinces of Iraq, chaired a working group to reform the system as a neutral party in the issuance process being the beneficiary after merged with the Ministry of Municipalities and Public Works, where he could get a vacation construction without a review of government departments also will limit the use of written documents with more efficient coordination between all the actors involved in the issuance of building permits, as well as reducing the time and costs of procedures and financial and administrative corruption ".