Ebadi criticizes the appointment of relatives officials: the next battle after Daesh
Ebadi criticizes the appointment of relatives officials: the next battle after Daesh will be the fight against corruption
Since 03.14.2017 at 18:15 (Baghdad time)
Baghdad balances News
Iraqi Prime Minister said that the coming battle of his country after the completion of Daesh would be "the fight against corruption," and expressed regret that some officials and ministers to appoint their relatives governmental functions to contract holders and daily wages in the government departments account, as he emphasized the government's determination to provide the grades needed to accommodate those slides .
He criticized Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Tuesday, appointment of officials to their relatives in government jobs, calling for the achievement of the principle of "equal opportunity" for all Iraqis, and said "keen" to accommodate his government contract employees and daily wages in the government departments.
Ebadi said during a news conference in Baghdad, I followed / balances News /, "We regret that some officials and ministers to appoint their relatives in government jobs," adding "we want to achieve the principle of equal opportunities for all Iraqis."
Abadi said that "the government is keen to absorb the contract-holders and daily wages in government circles," noting that "our fight corruption after editing operations."
He explained that "the Iraqi government is eager to absorb the energies Youth and job creation within the scientific specializations, as well as maintaining the owners of contracts and daily wages and the perpetuation of their work in government departments and institutions."
He Abadi for "regret that some officials and ministers to appoint relatives in private institutions, government ministries and functions independently of the citizens and competencies," stressing "the need to achieve the principle of equal opportunities for all Iraqis."
The financial and administrative corruption is spreading in Iraq dramatically, where the class that it is the most corrupt countries in the world, but that the Iraqi government is often critical of reports that talk about it and considers it inaccurate and based on information reached by by local and foreign companies failed to implement service projects in Iraq.
Announced Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Tuesday, sending the Council "guidance" to Parliament to reduce the number of public holidays, and as pointed out adding allocations to the Ministry of Education to finance the printing of textbooks, warned of a "collapse" of the state in the event of expansion spending, "according to the desire of other. "
Ebadi said during a news conference in Baghdad, I followed / balances News /, "The Council of Ministers sent a directive to the House of Representatives to reduce the number of public holidays," pointing out that "the Council agreed to add allocations to the Ministry of Education to finance the printing of textbooks."
He added that "the number of loans we have obtained very limited and the benefits of a slim", warning at the same time of the "collapse of the state if we have expanded spending by the desire of some."
It is noteworthy that the House of Representatives for Saturday (11 March 2017), the vote on legal holidays at the request of the parliamentary committee of Awqaf concerned with this Aleghanon.anthy 29 / tc n