Abadi Office confirms the need to adhere to withdraw all regiments protections officials without exception


  

Procession for one of the officials in the Iraqi government

2015/09/03 09:58 
Long-Presse / Baghdad

The Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Thursday, on the need to withdraw all regiments protections officials without exception or discrimination, according to the orders of Diwaniyah issued, as called for restructuring and do national its duties to protect the homeland, stressed the commitment to reduce the number of protections officials to 90%.

He said the Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in a statement received (long-Presse), a copy of it, that “Diwaniya orders issued under the reforms package confirms the withdrawal of all regiments protections officials without exception or discrimination”, stressing the need to 
“restructure and its relation to approaching or not at all linked to the administrator of the task of protecting personally, but the national security system within its duties to Iraqi forces to protect the country and its citizens.

He stressed Abadi Office on the need for “commitment to the great reduction of the number of protections for officials and that up to 90% by Diwaniya commands do not retreat from that at all”, noting that “jamming campaigns that try to disrupt the reforms will not only increase the resolve and determination to proceed in this way to the end of the half. “.

The Iraqi Council of Representatives voted on Tuesday, (11 August 2015), by an absolute majority on the first package of reforms approved by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, and included five axes and reforms Parliament, which included 24 points.

The head of the Council of Ministers, was taken, in (the ninth of August 2015), six reform decisions, represented the abolition of the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister “immediately”, a comprehensive and immediate reduction in the number of protections for state officials,
among them the three presidencies, ministers, MPs and special grades and managers General and conservatives and members of the provincial councils and their grades, as the face of the removal of all senior positions from quotas partisan and sectarian, and the abolition of the special provisions for each presidencies bodies and state institutions and retirees of them,
as well as guidance to open past and current files of corruption, under the supervision of a supreme committee to combat corruption is made ​​up of specialists and working principle (Where did you get this),
and called on the judiciary to adopt a number of specialists known judges of integrity fully to investigate and prosecute corrupt, and feminine ministries and agencies to increase efficiency in government work and reduce costs,
while the Council of Ministers called for the approval of the decisions and call the House of Representatives to ratify it to enable the President of the Council of Ministers of the reforms called for by the supreme religious authority demanded by citizens.

The Cabinet also approved unanimously, in its meeting held in (the ninth of August 2015) also, on those decisions.

Promised Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, in (the ninth of August 2015), that the current government is not responsible for the accumulated political system errors but they are responsible for reform,
while stressing the need for the government to be the expectations of the people and committed to the spirit of the Constitution and the law in the application of reforms, praised the position of religious authority peaceful demonstrations and professional performance of the security forces to protect the protesters.

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