UNAMI: Abadi had failed to implement reforms because of political polarization

I went back the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi "failed" to implement the reforms announced by the result of political differences and gradual polarization of actors.

UNAMI has demanded the implementation of urgent economic reforms and fight against corruption and reform of the public sector and privatization and encouraging foreign investment to cope with the effects of lower oil prices.

The UN mission said in a statement released Thursday and received (range), the "Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jan Kubiš, submitted to the UN Security Council a report prepared by the United Nations Secretary-General on the situation in Iraq".
Jan Kubiš, special representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, in a report that "Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi, who took office in 2014, has failed to implement reforms announced as a result of political differences and gradual polarization of political forces".
He added that "Al-Abbadi Kubiš struggling since taking office to exercise his powers, while becoming more aggressive opponents, oscillating his popular support", adding that despite "hopes for success in promoting national reconciliation Abadi, integrating the Sunni community in the political process, that there are elements within the Iraqi components all impede his efforts, as a result of lack of confidence and private interests".
The representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations that "the vast majority of Iraqis supported Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi in order to achieve a better Iraq is United and prosperous and less communal", stating that "Abbadi yet retains continuous political support of the top Shiite religious leader Ali al-Sistani".
Kubiš promised that "the Iraqi Government and its international partners should carry out urgent economic reforms and fight against corruption, reform of the public sector is not effective, and the initiation of privatization to diversify Iraq's economy and encourage foreign investment and stimulate job growth, to counter the effects of the decline in world oil prices, the country's financial crisis and the worsening of the budget deficit".

He said the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, "Iraqi forces and the forces of the popular crowd and volunteers from tribesmen, last period, reporting from force organization daash to retreat and restore areas of boss, such as bijie city", pointing out that "troops are isolated within daash Ramadi, has also been the retrieval areas surrounding Kirkuk and Sinjar by Peshmerga fighters and volunteers".
He urged the Iraqi Government to "make every possible effort to ensure the restoration of good governance and the rule of law quickly in those areas", saying he "explained to the Iraqi Prime Minister, and other poles of political power, the need for openness, partnership and extended consultations in the decision-making process to ensure effective management of the country's deep political crisis is another Iraq needs at this time".
The Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, that "the Mission in support of the UN Security Council, will continue to work with the Iraqi Government and political forces and civil society to achieve the desired results in important areas, with support and cooperation at the regional and international levels".
Mission, quoted the President of the Security Council, Ambassador Peter Wilson following the end of the discussions, said that "the Council had met and discussed the situation in Iraq and expressed support for the unity of Iraq and its sovereignty and territorial integrity" and expressed "its support for reforms undertaken by Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi, Iraqi".
Wilson said, according to the statement, that "the Council supported efforts to reform and national reconciliation", returned to "those efforts are extremely important to the success of the campaign against organized daash, no exaggeration to emphasize the urgency".

The President of the Council a statement UNAMI "great concern in the Council on the humanitarian situation and continuing shortages in funding, particularly as regards displaced more than three million people now", pointing out that there was "considerable support to work on stability, decentralization and anti-corruption".
Wilson, expressed "support the parties involved in the Kurdistan Regional Government to reach agreement on the issue of the Presidency of the territory, based on democratic principles", hi "constructive relations between Iraq and Kuwait".

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