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Kurdish MP: reforms Abadi just gain time
« on: March 17, 2016, 09:12:01 AM »
 Kurdish MP: reforms Abadi just gain time

(Wayne) BAGHDAD - suggested the deputy from the Kurdistan Alliance, to be what it declares Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi of the reform steps, just to gain time and to ease public pressure.
The MP Vian Dakhil told all of Iraq [where] "I fear that what is announced from the steps Abadi Reformist, just gain time and ease public pressure, because the change must include not only ministers, but the administration and public order, "she said.
She added that he "has not been resolved Shi over the years, and there are corrupted files installed on ministers and personalities, and they are now in Iraq, and no one is moving against them."
I intruder there was "no such thing as a government of technocrats, because the names that will be nominated Strhhaa political blocs, and there may be movement of some ministers and replaced by others."
She noted that "it is not right Abadi that evaluates all ministers and puts them digit corruption, it is not reasonable to have the Minister of proportion accomplished in his ministry 70% and another 20% are equally and Aoduaan in rotten box, and is supposed to evaluate his booth ministerial, and that the ministry at which the ratio of completing less than 40 percent failed, and if more than 60% successful. "
And it ruled out an intruder, "the ability of the new ministers to accomplish anything more than the current minister, unexpected difficulty of applying the final document of reform announced by al-Abadi."
It is said that deadline Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, the political blocs to submit their candidates for the ministerial change, ended on Wednesday March 16, without having to formally announce any mass submit their nominations.
The Prime Minister's Office announced that "the Council of Ministers and all his ministers confirms its response to the responsibility entrusted to him with his ministers prepared to leave their posts best interest."