Abadi office: keen to get away from the Baath methods and necessity is the commander
Abadi office: keen to get away from the Baath methods and necessity is the commander of the tyrant Saddam
Confirmed the Information Office of the Prime Minister, Haider al-Abadi, said Tuesday that the government is determined to fight against corruption and corrupt and to hold accountable all of held the post of previous governments and the cause of wasting public money, noting that it comes within the framework of concern for the wealth of Iraq and the reform of the country and the peaceful transfer of power, and stay away from methods "Baath criminal" and what was called "the commander of necessity," a "tyrant Saddam buried."
The office said in a statement I followed (range Press), "The modern Prime Minister, at a press conference Saturday, (third from first Nscheran current 2015), on the previous governments accountable, directed both held the post in the government and the cause of wasting public money and the loss of the wealth of Iraq, "noting that" the prime minister intends to proceed with this approach to the fight against corruption and the corrupt."
He said the Information Office, that "al-Abadi as long as emphasized in his speeches, and in more than one occasion, the importance of maintaining Iraq country's wealth and move reform toward a state of institutions and the peaceful transfer of power, and stay away from the Baath criminal methods, and what was called the commander of necessity, a tyrant buried Saddam "noting that it" is a description of the situation experienced by the Iraqis before the year 2003, it has stuck to its practices and culture produced accumulations situation where he arrived from Iraq spread of the phenomena of corruption and waste of money at random and absurd led to flood the country in economic and social problems."
The Office, that "the government continues in its reform program, and that the fight against corruption stands at the top of its priorities," stressing that "the government will not hesitate to make any spoiler to justice if it is proven corruption, whatever its location."
The head of the government, Haider al-Abadi, was charged last Saturday, the previous government of "squandering the wealth of Iraq in a way donations commander of necessity," especially during election seasons, has renewed Abadi, of Karbala on Tuesday, criticizing the previous government, accusing it of "waste of public money."
He was a member of the Dawa Party, MP Haider Mutlaq, said in an interview to the (newspaper term), on Monday, (the fifth of October, the current), The Abadi stressed that the reforms are aimed at undermining any party, and that he corrected the last speech, he said that from Commander of necessity is meant Saddam Hussein, not al-Maliki.