Mr. Ammar al-Hakim: The government is able to meet payroll and the situation is not as dismal promoted by some

01/18/2016 21:39

{Baghdad: Euphrates News} criticized the head of the Iraqi Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim, views unnamed {} is trying to promote the image of bleak economic situation of the country, stressing the government's ability to meet salaries and other needs.

According to a statement of the Supreme Council and the agency {Euphrates News} received a copy of it on that "al-Hakim expressed through central council meeting extended to stream martyr Mehrab his office in Baghdad Monday for a surprise at the wheel of the reforms stopped at the packages announced by the government despite Hziha Reference and popular support to move forward reform. "
Mr. Ammar al-Hakim renewed his call for a radical, comprehensive, balanced and consistent reforms with the law and the Constitution, noting that the financial distress experienced by Iraq as much as a pressure factor, but it in the face of their faces factor motivating for the advancement of agricultural, industrial and tourism sectors, productivity, noting that all the success factors available to Iraq but scattered.
He cons the rentier state and the need to prepare plans to leave this situation, noting that the government is able to meet the needs of the salaries and other dismal and the situation is not as trying to promote his other.
And the security situation, al-Hakim felt that the security situation continues to improve and edit gray evidence of holding the initiative despite attempts Aldoaash open multiple fronts to ease the pressure from them, but they failed in all areas where they attacked and Menyua big losses, noting that Daash political bet is over and the judiciary by a matter of time.
Alttiara situation and His Eminence emphasized the importance of communicating with people and solving their problems as well as the possibilities available for the care of the families of martyrs and wounded a private clinic of killed and wounded in the crowd Alhobei.anthy