Salahat are committed to transfer to the provinces and professionally wary of interference of state institutions

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi stressed his commitment to the transfer of powers to the provinces in accordance with the Constitution and the law and government program. A statement from his office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, for Abadi as saying during his presidency of the ninth meeting of the Supreme Commission for coordination between the provinces, which was held in Babil province on Monday "there are problems emerged affect the state and the conditions of some provinces and slides, including the Maitalq health institutions and intervention by the Add to overtaking by some provinces their share of electricity which negatively affects the rest of the provinces and the injustice to the citizens of these provinces as well as the issue of water and overtaking on the water quotas where it should be a distribution fairly. "The Prime Minister called for" cooperation between the provinces and speed up lagging ministries the transfer of powers to the provinces, "stressing" the necessity of activating the role of the provincial councils and not to disrupt the work because of political differences adversely affect the work, as the actors councils where the services better.
"He stressed Abadi" the need to have a state of harmony between the Council and purses because of their work complementary and intersection will affect the development of the province, "warning at the same time" to intervene in the professional aspects of the state institutions and to be working in order to improve performance ".