Khazali United Nations confirms the loss of "a golden opportunity" of al-Abadi to hit the corrupt
November 1 2015

Counting the Secretary-General of the Movement League of the Righteous, Sheikh Qais al-Khazali, Sunday, reforms announced by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi were not radical, but reforms "austerity", stressing the loss of "a golden opportunity" of al-Abadi to hit the corrupt, with the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, pointed Jan Kubis to edit that Peggy is a "clean victory" which did not record any breakthroughs.

He said al-Khazali, in a statement issued on the sidelines of a meeting with Kubis, received Alsumaria News a copy of it, that "reforms were not radical, but austerity reforms did not live up to the aspiration of the Iraqi people, has missed a golden opportunity of Abadi was possible to exploit to hit the corrupt and pick up the pieces of the process political. "

On the other hand, al-Khazali stressed "the need to build Iraqi military forces under a plan to build the Air Force because we are in the war taking place with Daash We just need to air strikes and the United States were not serious from the start in ending theme Daash, and this is what alerted him in more than one occasion that America does not want to end the crisis, but only want to run. "

And on the quadripartite agreement and the participation of Russia in the fight against "Daash" between al-Khazali that "the participation of Russia, the Iraqi situation better first for two reasons that the Russians have seriousness in the fight against Daash The second reason is that Russia's participation will embarrass the United States, inviting them to implement strikes more serious and real."

For his part, Kubis pointed out that "the great victory that took place in Tikrit, represents a big lesson we must learn from it although there was information comes misinformation on the victory," pointing out that "this victory crowned the liberalization of Baiji, which represents a clean victory in which any breakthroughs did not register" .

Kubis said that "there is an increase in cooperation between the popular crowd and the United Nations and this encouraged us and gave us strength in the continuity of our work in Iraq."

The Abadi announced earlier, the launch of a series of reform packages and decisions after popular demonstrations and protests took place several Iraqi cities to demand reform and improve the services and the fight against corruption.