Ornaments: Abadi returned tens of billions to thetreasury , and some wanted to circumvent the reforms

Saturday June 4, 2016 21:53
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Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Accused Walid al-Hilli adviser to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Saturday, political views “did not like her serious,” the last, to “circumvent” the reforms, pointing to the existence of forces he emerged from the Council of Ministers wanted to impose their will as “another address,” as he emphasized that Abadi restored “tens of billions” to the state treasury.

The ornaments in an interview on “exclusive interview” which aired Sumerian, said that “many did not live up to them the seriousness of al-Abadi in the reforms they wanted to circumvent it by upholding the slogan and leave the real work,” adding that “sit in the House of Representatives does not appear in the democratic history.”
He added that “many of these protesters they want Ministries and the benefits of personal and took advantage of this opportunity to express their personal ambitions entitled masses,” noting that “some forces found themselves out of the cabinet and wanted to impose their last title.”
Ornaments and continued that “Abadi wanted to throw ministries and comes ministers technocrats and political entities to cooperate in order to build a democracy properly,” pointing out that “Abadi returned tens of billions of dollars to the Iraqi treasury.”
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi called for in the (February 9, 2016), to make a cabinet reshuffle “substantial” include personalities “technocrats”, and called for parliament and political blocs with the support the government in it, amid demonstrations and protests later evolved to break into the Green Zone and the Houses of Parliament and ministers.


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