A statement issued by the Council of Ministers 16-3-2016

While announcing the Cabinet to continue reforms and support for the reform policy of the President of the Council, Dr. Haidar Al-Abadi, the Council of Ministers and all Ministers to affirm its responsibility with his ministers to leave their posts to higher interest and that their job is to perform a public service for the citizens and country and with any step by the President of the Council of Ministers on the comprehensive reforms of the oldest file.

The Council stresses that the major challenges faced by the current Government, the most important of the war against terrorism which had occupied one third of the regions of Iraq and edit large tracts of the land and the momentum of these triumphs despite the collapse in oil prices and the large size of the administrative and financial corruption and the large slack in State institutions and the difficulties facing the industry, agriculture and other services despite these challenges, the Government has obligations to strategies and plans for developing these sectors and improved gradually emerged and the results will appear shortly.

We would like to point out that the reform and put the country on the right path moving and everyone should stand with them and become aware of the magnitude of the challenges facing Iraq and agree on corrective steps to dialogue and understanding without the imposition of one's will.

The Board confirms a joint responsibility to bear to maintain the Constitution and public order, maintain the lives and interests of citizens, restructure the State properly, including the appointment of a permanent professional figures in independent bodies.

He praised the Prime Minister for the Council's work as a cohesive team in financial and economic conditions, very difficult.

The Council of Ministers at the time supported and supports demonstrations demanding government reforms and ensure their protection as in past months, the stresses that are in accordance with the legal framework and take approvals fundamentalism of the licensing authority, where no law establishing sit-ins as well as security conditions and the threat of terrorist groups and the possibility of targeting and the other hand busy security forces in battles with daash and secure permanent groupings.

The Prime Minister's information Office

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