Mahtjo Iraq to try whales corruption and reform the judiciary & not procrastination ~
Mahtjo Iraq to try whales corruption and reform the judiciary and not procrastination liabilities
Friday, October 30.2015
Baghdad and the Iraqi cities witnessed outside this evening demonstrations in protest against the "whales corruption" and calling for reform of the judiciary and not to delay their demands .. has rallied thousands of Iraqis amid tight security in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad and in the centers of South and provincial cities, demanding anti-corruption and accountability of they call them "whales corruption "and bring them to trial and condemning the poor services and calling for reform of the judiciary and non-politicized and raised slogans demanding that the government further reforms, stressing their rejection of the new salary scale.
The southern provinces have seen Karbala, Babil, Basra, Najaf, Samawa, Wasit and Dhi Qar, Karbala, Missan, Diwaniya protests called for further reforms in state institutions. He stressed the need to combat the phenomenon of corruption and Hatanh "who enriched at the expense of people and poor classes and the downtrodden and activating the role of the judicial organs and body integrity and move the outstanding files and reconsider the decision handed new salaries and taking into account the state pension staff by the central government" .. and warned the ruling parties of procrastination demands.
In some provinces demonstrators tried to go to the headquarters of the party of virtue and demanding call to evacuate their headquarters. But security forces prevented from doing so .. They stressed their continued protests.
The Baghdad and 10 other provinces experiencing of about two months of demonstrations against corruption and the loss of services with the support of the Supreme Shiite forcing Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to Enkhaz some reformist and Altqhqih measures but did not satisfy the citizens who insist on Ttkadim senior corrupt to the courts.
And yesterday met representatives of the protesters with Abadi and issued a statement after it received "Elaph" the text, which they noted that they raised it a number of pressing demands that would "reform the state structure and the achievement of social justice and guarantee public freedoms and reform the system politician in the country and rid it of corruption and epidemic sectarian quotas and the removal of state institutions for partisanship.
"They said they stressed the need for reform of the judiciary in accordance with the legal and constitutional mechanisms away from any influence of partisan and sectarian because it alone can ensure judicial independence and fairness and to take serious measures to reform the structure and the work of independent bodies and the need to improve the services and the opening of files of corruption and punish the corrupt and bring them to justice and work to recover public money that loot according to the law .. in addition to ensuring the independence of the state media and the liberation of the Iraqi Media Network of the dominance of political parties.
For his part, al-Abadi assured the protesters that "the first reform package was important because it aimed at the dismantling of the quota system in the state and the elimination of some positions and the abolition of salaries and protections of the occupants of those positions in addition to the recovery of deficiencies they acquired.
"The Abadi and within the reforms launched by the ninth of August packs (last August) has canceled the positions of the three Vice-President, the Vice-Presidents The three government also exempted 123 Deputy Minister and Director-General from office were referred to the retirement .. and also reduce the number of cabinet posts to 22 instead of 33 decided by abolishing the three positions of deputy prime ministers and four ministries and merge eight ministries only-four to make it. He also cut the salaries of senior officials and the abolition of the majority of the elements of Hamayatem and return them to the security forces.
And brought these reform steps after weeks of demonstrations in Baghdad and areas of Iraqi several, during which protesters called for the fight against corruption and to hold corrupt and an end to the politicization of the judiciary and the provision of services, especially water and electricity.