Since 15/04/2016 22:53 pm (Baghdad time)
Masum, confirms the end of quotas in all state institutions and to move reforms
Baghdad balances News
He called on President Fuad Masum for an end to partisan quotas in all state institutions and independent bodies and diplomatic missions and its security forces, stressing the need to move a comprehensive reform program and provide Cases for corrupt, and urged religious institutions and the public to support the reforms.
As warned members of the House of Representatives that the responsibility of parliamentarians is to save the Constitution and the law, he called on everyone to preserve the prestige of the state, which he described as “tent Iraqis,” referring to the international and regional support for Iraq depends on the unity of the class.
This came in a speech to political Tabh and the Iraqi people, on Friday evening.
“I speak to you and start from two principles foundations no difference to them,” explaining that the first is “a real and comprehensive reforms, according to a thoughtful program and correction of government, legislative and judicial institutions in the state track and away from quotas factional and partisan and uphold the public interest over private interests.”
He added, indicating that the second principle emphasizes the importance of “taking into account the law and resorting to the Constitution as a reference to the top management of the state to maintain the security and integrity of the country.”.
Masum said that with these two stick Alambdian all differences and differences in views are possible and are subject to discussion and dialogue and agreement on what safeguards the entity of the country and helps to progress in various fields.
He went on to say, “We must move all of us, and through state agencies, a comprehensive reform program helps the six main principles” set by the President of the Republic.
He explained that the first of these principles is “to end the principle of quotas party in the management of all state departments and independent bodies diplomatic, military and security while preserving the balance of ingredients prescribed by the Constitution and the wire.”
The second starter, according to the infallible, is “the elimination of corruption and prosecuting corrupt the justice and the restoration of public rights.”
He also stressed the principles in the third on “Enhancing the victories achieved by our heroine against terrorism and ensure security, peace and freedom in all the cities of Iraq.”
And ensure that the fourth principle “to activate the real work for the community to consolidate the reconciliation and unity of the people.”
He stressed on the fifth principle “to find appropriate solutions to pass the financial crisis and what does not hurt employees and low-income bracket.”
He concluded, “adoption of an integrated program and rapidly to develop infrastructure and provide basic services required for the citizens.”
Masum said, “This is a general framework which should translate the government and the House of Representatives in the form of practical programs, open and transparent and specific Ptoukitat.”
The face of the infallible thanks for “the demonstrators and protesters who have committed to the principles of freedom of expression through democratic practice purely and went out to the streets and squares of the country seeking to improve services and make reforms and prosecute the corrupt and sought their hands and Naazarhm including asking for.”
He also stressed “the right of everyone, among them the members of the House of Representatives, representing the people’s authority and legislative oversight, to enjoy full freedom of expression and posture in peace and security and the responsibility and dignity and without any pressure or coercion.”
He pointed out that “basically the responsibility of the Parliament is protecting and promoting democracy and responsibility of parliamentarians is to protect the unity of the national position on constitutional grounds, and save the political life and democratic practices without being drawn into the pitfalls and dark tunnel in this thorny circumstances.”.
He called on all MPs and political forces to “take into account this aspect with responsibility .. We also stress here the importance of maintaining the prestige of the state and its stability, it’s all of our tent, although the Constitution, is what unites us and brings us together and organize our lives in it.”
“We’re in dire need of parking the international community with us and support us in our fight against al holy Daash, and we need the international and regional support for the preservation and promotion of our victories and building economic and service of our lives in this circumstance financial emergency that we are going through.”
He drew attention that “this international and regional support depends on the unity of the situation and the stability of the political life and the continuation of the democratic process according to the constitution in order to ensure win the confidence of our friends and brothers, especially the donor countries and international institutions like the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.”
Politicians grow fonder in the leadership of the state and political forces to “cooperation and resorting to putting the interest of the country and the people over all other interests for a bright and promising future constructive dialogue.”