Abadi for opponents of the last procedures: aims to promote integrity and maintain public money

06/23/2016 (0:01 pm) - The number of readings: 246

Baghdad / term

Re Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Wednesday, on the criticism directed at him on the back of changes it included dozens of inspectors general. He described the arguments of the objectors as "null and void", accusing the authorities adhere to "quotas" of being behind it.

Decided Abadi, last Sunday, rotate 10 inspectors general in a number of ministries and government institutions, assigning four other inspection tasks, as well as the dismissal of two others, of the total 80-year-old inspector, according to the Parliamentary Integrity Committee estimates.

This action came after the exemptions made by the Prime Minister, on June 7 th, included intelligence and general manager of the commercial bank and head of the Iraqi Media Network from office, as well as exempt banks, Rafidain and Rasheed, and real estate, industrial and agricultural managers manager.

Yesterday, the leader of al-Sadr current count change managers and inspectors as a "consecration of corruption."

Sadr said, in response to him a question on "Do the actions carried out by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi change the industrial and agricultural banks managers and referral Media Network director to retire and exemption intelligence director within the prosthetic reforms? Did exemption senior officials without any accountability and force them to go to eliminate is corruption ? "the first question is the consecration of corruption."

He said al-Sadr, the answer is seen by the (range), concerning the terms of the second question that "spoiler spoiler not be held accountable."
But al-Abadi, and cross-media office, he expressed his surprise at the opposition to change the inspectors general of "false allegations."

The Prime Minister's Office, in a statement received (range), a copy of which, "The government confirms the continuation of its efforts in the fight against financial and administrative corruption and further reform of state institutions and the restructuring of the Iraqi economy and the residence on a sound basis, and in this area came a step Prime Minister Haider Abadi change the number of inspectors general in the ministries and state institutions. "

He added Abadi The Office, "it came from in order to strengthen the principle of fairness, control and cemented the government performance and the maintenance of public money and the implementation of the government program of reforms passed by the House of Representatives," pointing out that "what is surprising opposition to these reform measures allegations void of some who claim to renounce quotas but at the same time they insist that stick out, which appear contradictory positions on the implementation of reforms. "

Article (3 / I) of the second amendment to the law of inspectors general (1) for the year 2011, that he "may not be transferred Inspector General or shall submit its recommendation or dismiss him or to retire or accountability Anillattiya or forwarded to the administrative inquiry only by a decision of the Prime Minister on the recommendation of the Commission on Public integrity. "

Article (3 / II also provides - iii) that "the renewed Inspector serve in office for another five years - once only - way that appoints them. And referred to the inspector to retire the rank of Undersecretary of the Ministry if the duration of his tenure ended without a renewal for another ".

However, the previously issued a statement to the Office of Abadi, issued by mid-week, he stressed that "it was built on what introduced by the Integrity Commission and the virtue of the authority granted to us under the provisions of Article 1 of Legislative Order No. 19 of 2015," a reference to the parliamentary mandate obtained by the government after a wave of protests last year. But the House of Representatives back from that planned regain his powers after months.
In a strongly worded statement, issued Monday, he confirmed the alliance of the Iraqi forces that "the powers of the president according to the constitution that have been identified to article (80 / V) and ordered the Cabinet to recommend to the House of Representatives to appoint deputy ministers, ambassadors and who are largely private, as well as the text of Article (61 / V / b) which required the approval of the House of Representatives on them. "

He said coalition forces to "carry the procedures carried out by the head of government inspectors to public officials in a number of ministries and government departments to try smokescreen and cover up the unilateral appointment and management proxy resolution, and the exploitation busy all political actors victories of our armed forces in the liberation of the cities of Anbar operations to pass the lists of appointments pro to the person of the government.

" In a separate context, stressed the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and Chairman of the National Coalition, Iyad Allawi, on Wednesday, the need to sustain the momentum of "victories" after the liberation of the city of Fallujah and to provide the necessary supplies for the displaced, while Abadi called on political blocs to support the "put aside their differences" and to resort to dialogue to resolve outstanding issues.

Ebadi said the Office, in a statement seen (range), a copy of Wednesday evening, said that "the Prime Minister received in his office today, President of the National Coalition, Iyad Allawi," noting that he "took place during the meeting, they discussed political, security and economic situation taking place in the country and the importance of the unification efforts to meet the challenges that Iraq is going through. "

The statement added, "it was emphasized the need to sustain the momentum of victories after the liberation of Fallujah and support and support for our troops heroine and provide the necessary supplies and a decent living for the displaced."
The Prime Minister called on all political blocs to "support our troops heroine in the fight against the terrorist gangs and stay away from anything that would adversely affect the determination of our fighters", while emphasizing the importance of "put aside their differences and to resort to dialogue to resolve the outstanding issues of the functioning of the country to safety."