Abadi confirms to continue the transfer of powers to the provinces


 

Khandan – said Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, said the coordination and cooperation between the federal government and the provinces is essential to improve the country, while stressing the continuing transfer of powers to the provinces.

Ebadi said while chairing a meeting of the supreme body for coordination between the provinces, “Iraq will emerge from the challenges faced by a stronger and stiffer, but we need the cooperation among all the patience that does not mean surrender.”

He noted that “coordination and cooperation between the federal government and the provinces is essential to promote the country and provide services to citizens, a joint is not permissible contradistinction or conflict.”

He said al-Abadi, said that “the economic and financial challenge is one of the more challenges Tusbandnna but we can express our good planning, there are strategies for the government to maximize government revenues and stimulate the economy,” he said, “We have reduced government spending, largely because there was a major expansion of it.”

The new Abadi “continue its emphasis on the transfer of powers to the provinces and move it forward,” stressing “the importance of investment to be opened on the basis of transparent, clear and well thought out the door.”

He also noted that “the security situation is also the economic and financial situation, and there we have the challenge of organized crime, kidnapping and this is counter intelligence methods.”

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