Masum supports government paper reform and expresses confidence by improving the relationship between Baghdad and Erbil

B]17.02.2016 19:23[/B]

Long-Presse / Baghdad
The President of the Republic Fuad Masum, on Wednesday, his support for the paper, government reform launched by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, and while stressing the importance of continuing dialogue between the leaders of the blocs to achieve reform is required, expressed his confidence in the improvement of relations between Baghdad and Erbil.

She said the presidency in a statement received (range Press), a copy of it, that "the President of the Republic Fuad Masum, received today in his office, a group of journalists," and expressed the infallible "confidence in the ability of Iraqis to continue their victories against terrorism in parallel with their ability to cope and pass the economic crisis and minimize its impact on the situation of low-income people."

He infallible, that "Iraq desperately needs now to the state of modern and vibrant institutions not to the quota system," pointing out that "the formation of political parties on the basis of non-sectarian and non-nationalist and the only way to leave quotas factional and partisan phase as a transition and orientation to build a real modern democratic state."

He infallible "support for the paper government reform put forward by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi," stressing "the need to have candidates coming ministerial bags of administrative personalities known competence, integrity and independence", calling for "the House members to take these conditions into account when voting."

He criticized Prime Republic "some ministers believe that the ministries have become the property of their respective parties," stressing "the need to continue the direct dialogue between the leaders of the blocks through regular meetings to speed up and ensure the achievement of the required reforms."

He infallible "confident imminent improvement in relations between the federal government and the government of the Kurdistan region," stressing " need for both sides to each other as partners in one nation and to ensure the interests of all citizens. "