Al-Zubaidi: Abadi, we were informed that there was no intention of reducing its ministries and there are ways to address the financial crisis

2016-01-24 22:51:25 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad

Detection and Transport Minister Baqir al-Zubaidi, Sunday, that the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi told Council members that there was no intent to make a feminine ministerial, and as he pointed to the arrival of selling a barrel of oil price to $ 21.5 Receives Iraq of which only $ 10, confirmed the possession of the government ways to address the financial crisis.

Zubaidi said in a meeting with a number of satellite channels that Abadi, "we were informed at the last meeting that there is no feminine in front of all the ministers and that what is being talked about just rumors," pointing out that "it is very natural that gets feminine between the period and the other, but all the feminine does not It comes back negative outcome of the absolute. "

He said al-Zubaidi, that "T_khasasatna investment in 2015 amounted to $ 300 million and actually we received did not exceed $ 20 million," stressing that "there is really a financial crisis but the government has ways to address them."

He continued that "a senior official in the state told me three days ago that he was sold a barrel of oil to $ B21.5," noting that "11.5 dollars go to companies licensing rounds, Iraq received only $ 10."

The MP for the coalition of state law on the Keywords announced, on the first Friday (January 22, 2016), the formation of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi committee to evaluate the performance of ministries and establish criteria for the election of new ministers, as he emphasized the government's determination to hold new reforms will reach the ministerial structure.

He revealed the National Alliance MP Salim Chawki Sumerian's News in (January 2016 17), for consultations between Abadi with leaders of political blocs to make new paper reform, and stressed that it was within the themes of the paper integration and the abolition of some ministries in government cabin.