Mr. Hakim stresses the importance of e-government to eliminate bureaucracy and


BAGHDAD / follow-up justice – 11/27/2014 – 0:51 | Hits: 18

Head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq Ammar al-Hakim, stressed the importance of moving forward with a project of e-government, being the most effective for the elimination of administrative and bureaucratic corruption, administrative and financial way.

According to a statement of the Supreme Council that “This came during a meeting with al-Hakim in his private office in Baghdad, the first Tuesday and Science and Technology Minister Fares Jajo. Mr. Hakim called for approval of the National Commission for Information Technology and Law Research Service Act, noting support mass citizen in the House of Representatives and the ministers to approve important laws that will enhance the work of the Ministry of Science and Technology, urging the ministry Mlakatha to open up to the scientists abroad and communicate with them and benefit from their expertise. “

He added that “al-Hakim said during the meeting the need to take advantage of modern technology in the field of agriculture and reduce salinity and increase arable areas, reiterated his support for the brothers of Christians in the country, expressing solidarity with them in their plight and what they have suffered by the terrorist Daash gangs because they are quality added to the community “.

He said the “minister Jajo praised his part Botrohat and visions of Mr. Ammar al-Hakim, adding compatibility with the visions of the ministry, informed Mr. Hakim on the most important the aspirations of the ministry in the next phase, indicating that the meeting touched on the situation of Christians in the country, and they suffer from gangs Daash terrorist.”

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