Abadi attacking al-Maliki and he describes as "governor and selected age" and must be held accountable
04-10-2015 02:00 PM

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi attacked the corruption he described as "the ruler and the selected age" in previous governments, including the distribution of donations in times of elections.

Ebadi said at a news conference today: "are continuing to reduce government spending and we Qllnah either to the lowest level of wealth that has been lost over the past years and how it happened that this needs to be held accountable."

Announced: we provided 700 billion dinars from three presidencies to reduce the salaries, "he asked Abadi," Why does not have a cash reserve government, "noting" received government in its treasury only $ 3 billion and there are $ 15 billion in debt and we are up to the month of July we pay benefits oil companies for the past years. "

He added, "Is it acceptable that the policy of the country are moving this way and lose wealth in those years? With the opulence of the previous governments and increased bidding by al-Maliki Is that permissible? ".

He stressed, "this may not be the property of not being one because it belongs to the people and no one has the right be so kind to people and gives them increases even elect him and this is not true."

The prime minister pointed out that "the distribution of donations in times of election corruption must account for it and so we started taking advantage of being a corrupt elections to push Shi is not the king of the ruling because he belongs to the Iraqi people."