An official source: the government adopts a new strategy reforms (details)

15-11-2015 03:00 PM

A government official revealed, on Sunday, for the government to adopt a reform strategy that includes inter taking orders and decisions to address the imbalance in the structure of the state's political, economic, financial, administrative and service aspects and the fight against corruption.

Official newspaper "morning" and quoted the official as saying, "The government is moving to adopt a reform strategy that includes taking inter orders and decisions to address the imbalance in the structure of the state of political, economic, financial and administrative, service and anti-corruption aspects," noting that "these steps are complete approach to comprehensive reform adopted State to achieve the stability and development of reconstruction. "

The official added, "The new strategy aims to carry out a thorough and radical reform to address the imbalance in the structure of the state in economic, security and political aspects," adding it was "complete the steps for effective began two months ago."

He said, "The executive branch proceeded to take actions and decisions to support the private sector and moving the economy and reforms, including facilitating the entry of oil companies by reducing the obstacles and bureaucracy and make it less complex, particularly in relation to the introduction of its material, in parallel with announcing the resolutions issued by the government to facilitate the work of the oil companies and Rehabilitation State-owned to overcome the current financial crisis, companies ".

He noted "the existence of mobility within the corridors of the Council of Ministers, in order to involve the international community to support Iraq in its war against terrorism, saying it was an important step that reflects the extent of Iraq's interaction with countries of the region and the world, and his support in the war that led against Daash," stressing "the government continues negotiations represented Ministry of Finance, with the Bank and the International Monetary Fund in order to provide soft loans to Iraq, sniffing at the current exchange crisis fears continued to pump oil exports, and diversify the resources that bring next year's budget estimates of targets. "