Long-Presse / Baghdad
Promised the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), on Thursday, the prime minister, Haydar al-Abadi, “failed” the implementation of the reforms announced by the result of political differences and polarization progressive forces actors, while demanding the implementation of urgent economic reforms, and the fight against corruption, reform of the public sector and the initiation privatization and encouraging foreign investment to cope with the effects of lower oil prices, the referee called for the restoration of “good governance and the rule of law” in the liberated areas of management (Daash).
He said the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jan Kubiš, in his latest report on the situation in Iraq, lifting the UN Security Council, and the speech in front of him, on Wednesday, (the 11th of November the current 2015), as I followed the (long-Presse), The “President of the Iraqi government, Haider al-Abadi, who took office last year in 2014, failed to implement the reforms announced by the result of political differences and gradual polarization of political forces.”
He added Kubiš, that “al-Abadi struggling since taking office, to exercise his powers, while opponents become more aggressive, and oscillates popular support him,” noting that although “the hopes on the success of Abadi, the promotion of national reconciliation, and the integration of the Sunni community in the political process, but the There are elements within the Iraqi components are all impede his efforts, as a result of lack of trust and special interests. “
And saw the head of UNAMI, that “the vast majority of Iraqis support the Prime Minister, Haider al-Abadi, as they seek to achieve a better Iraq united and prosperous sectarian and less,” noting that “al-Abadi yet retains a continuous political support from the presence of the religious authority, the Shiite Supreme, Ali al-Sistani.”
Promised Kubiš, that “the Iraqi government and its international partners should carry out economic reforms urgent, and the fight against corruption, reform of the public sector is effective, and to initiate privatization to diversify the Iraqi economy sources and encourage foreign investment and stimulate job growth, to counter the effects of the fall in world oil prices, the financial crisis in the country and the worsening deficit in the budget. “
He said the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, “the Iraqi forces and the popular crowd and volunteers of the sons of the tribes, they managed during the past period covered by the report, forcing the organization Daash to retreat, and the restoration of major regions, such as the city of Baiji,” pointing out that ” Daash forces are isolated within the city of Ramadi, as areas around Kirkuk and Sinjar retrieval at the hands of the Peshmerga fighters and volunteers. “
He urged the head of UNAMI, the Iraqi government to “make every effort to ensure the restoration of good governance and the rule of law around urgent in those areas,” stressing that “explained the head of the Iraqi government, and other leaders of the political forces, the need for openness and partnership and conduct extensive consultations in the decision-making process a guarantee to promote the effective management of the country, because the deep political crisis is the last thing Iraq needs at this time. “
The Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, that “the mission with the support of the UN Security Council, will continue to work with the Iraqi government and the political forces and civil society to achieve the desired results in all important areas, with the crowd support and cooperation at the regional and international levels.”
The mission of the United Nations to help Iraq (UNAMI) is a political mission was established under Security Council Resolution 1500 of the United Nations in 2003 at the request of the Government of Iraq. The mission was carried out its tasks since then has expanded its role significantly in 2007 under resolution 1770.
The mandate of the mission to provide advice and assistance to the Government and people of Iraq within several areas. This includes the payment of a comprehensive political dialogue and national reconciliation and to assist in the electoral process and in the planning of the national census and to facilitate regional dialogue between Iraq and its neighbors and promote the protection of human rights and judicial and legal reform.
The mandate of the mission is also working with government partners, civil society and for the coordination of humanitarian and development efforts of United Nations agencies, funds and programs under the leadership of the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General for development and humanitarian support, who also works as a Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Iraq.
The mission is headed by the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, assisted by two deputies, one supervises the Political Affairs and Human Rights, while the other oversees the United Nations humanitarian and development efforts and assume Resident Coordinator and Humanitarian Coordinator in Iraq.
The mission is managed by the Department of Political Affairs of the United Nations and supported by the Department of Peacekeeping Operations, as well as the Department of Field Support.