Hakim and al-Mutlaq agree to join efforts to fight corruption and money-back contraba
Hakim and al-Mutlaq agree to join efforts to fight corruption and money-back contraband
Head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq Ammar al-Hakim, the head of the Arab coalition, Saleh al-Mutlaq according to the law agreed on the importance to unite efforts in order to tackle corruption and waste of public money and contraband and money back in line with the interests of the people and the homeland. "
A statement by the Office of the President of the Arab coalition that met in his office Mutlaq al-Hakim "During the meeting they discussed the overall security and political situation in the Iraqi arena in light of the regional repercussions of the financial and economic crisis in the oil market."
He focused Mutlaq on reform file noting by saying that we dealt clearly and positively with this issue and we have full support, hoping better things and to respond to the demands of the public and the oppressed of the displaced specifically, but that did not quite live up to the ambition levels and according to the visions institutional civilian, taking into account the rights of citizens and segments of employees and wage earners, stressing that things are still orbiting the promises in the frameworks partisanship and cronyism, and conduct new experiments ".bhsp statement.
The statement added that al-Mutlaq and al-Hakim "agreed on the importance to unite efforts in order to tackle corruption and waste of public money and smuggled money back in accordance with the law and in line with the interests of the people and the homeland."
For his part, al-Hakim, according to the statement that reform needs to be comprehensive vision and a roadmap according to clear criteria, indicating that the problem of Iraq is not the technocrats or political minister but the problem lies in the management and efficiency and the ability to make the right decisions in Zervha and time of the right. "
He noted that "officials have expressed their intention to continue to conduct dialogues and meetings and supporting reform efforts benevolent as long as they are in the interest of the people and the homeland."