Kubis urges parliament to resume his work for the reorganization of the government and the implementation of reforms
4/21/2016
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Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General Jan Kubis parliament to resume his work for the reorganization of the government, and urged the implementation of reforms.

A statement by the United Nations Mission to help Iraq [UNAMI] received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of which expresses the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, he expressed his appreciation for the efforts of Aldsturion leaders, politicians and political forces in Iraq, including members of the leadership of the House of Representatives, in choice of political solutions rather than confrontation in the search for ways of democracy and to end the legal dispute in the House of Representatives in a spirit of national responsibility.
"Today's intensified political consultations to take an important step has created an opportunity for the resumption of the rapid action of the Council of Unified Representatives to pave the way for the reorganization of the government and the implementation of political, security and economic radical reforms, as well as anti-corruption measures demanded by the people, civil society and the political forces inside and outside the House of Representatives for several months ".
He said the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, "threaten the political crisis and stalemate in the way of reform to paralyze the state and its institutions and weaken the national unity agenda at a time when the country is facing escalating security complexities of economic and social challenges, as it seeks to gain the support that is urgently needed by the international community." noting that "the crisis and chaos does not serve only the interests of the enemies of Iraq, led by Daash terrorist and criminal gangs that continue to dominate parts of the country and caused the displacement of millions of people from their homes. as these gangs benefit to the fullest extent of the political instability and the lack of reforms. "

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