The infallible Araji agree to activate the national reconciliation 2/10
The infallible Araji agree to activate the national reconciliation
02.10.2016 at 09:33 (Baghdad time)
BAGHDAD - balances News
Accept President Fuad Masum, with outgoing Deputy Prime Minister Bahaa al-Araji, the overall current developments on the Iraqi arena.
A statement to the Office of Araji received / balances News / copy of it, "The vice outgoing Prime Minister Bahaa al-Araji, visited on Tuesday evening, President Mohammad Fuad Masum, in his office at the Peace Palace in Baghdad, where the two sides reviewed the overall developments on the Iraqi arena, especially the victories achieved on Daash gangs of terror at the hands of Iraqi security forces in Anbar province, the mechanisms of activation of reconciliation and national unity among the various groups and political components actors in order to get out of Iraq among the crises facing. "
He added," it was during the meeting, emphasizing the need to move forward in efforts to achieve national reconciliation Avenue and creating a state of the unity of discourse and attitude between the various blocs and political groups active in the country, as required by the current phase of the cross for all considerations of personal, factional and cooperate actively pushing to save Iraq's land and people, which exposed the difficulties Jassam at various levels. "
He noted that "the meeting dealt with ways to address the financial crisis facing Iraq, necessary to ensure that the reflection of the crisis and modalities negatively on the salaries of state employees and accruals fighter security services, roads Luxor towards scaled this crisis and limit the effects that has touched the general aspects of the state of Iraq and its institutions executive".
He called on Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Tuesday evening, to make a cabinet reshuffle "substantial" include personalities "technocrats", as the House of Representatives called on the government with the support at that, he stressed that Iraq will exceed what he called the "ordeal" .anthy 29/38