Abadi address a letter to “Doaash politics” and underlines the lack of backing away from reforms

 

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Twilight News / new Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, move his government in the implementation of reforms and the fight against financial corruption in government departments and institutions.

Ebadi said in a speech during a large gathering of the clans of Najaf, said “Daash external project but our heroes sacrifice aborted the project, pointing to what he called” the existence of Doaash corruption, policy and media. ”

Abadi and expressed surprise at “some of the channels that gone crazy the closer to victory and this was evident in the liberation of Fallujah.”

And “We we will hold all of the killing of Iraqis, bloodshed and we are in a time when we liberate the land, we are re-life, service and stability of the liberated areas.”

He stressed Sistani recommendations “to save lives and property.”

The face of the “Message to Doaash politics,” according to the statement, saying that “we will not retreat from the reforms will not back down from the fight against corruption and reforms acquisition of medicine healing outcome.”

He concluded by saying that “the reforms that we have begun in the security services paid off in the fortunes of our heroine in spite of the difficulties we are experiencing

العبادي يوجه رسالة الى “دواعش السياسة” ويؤكد عدم تراجعه عن الاصلاحات

 

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The US, Canada, & Germany will co-host a pledging conference to support humanitarian & stabilization efforts in Iraq

 

Pledging Conference in Support of Iraq

Media Note

Office of the Spokesperson
Washington, DC
June 22, 2016

On July 20, the United States will join with Canada, Germany and Japan to co-host a Pledging Conference in Washington, D.C. in Support of Iraq. The reports from Fallujah in recent days on the grave humanitarian situation for those displaced, as Iraqi Security Forces continue their successes against Da’esh in the city, are just the most recent reminder of the human toll this conflict has had on vulnerable civilians. It also reinforces the urgent need for the international community to continue to support humanitarian and stabilization efforts in Iraq.

Through its cooperation with the Iraqi government and the International Coalition, the UN has established the Fund for Immediate Stabilization (FFIS) in Iraq, which supports the implementation of rapid stabilization projects. FFIS has been used in Tikrit, Ramadi, Sinuni, Rabia, al-Dawr, Mkeishifa and Sa’adiyah to help restore electricity and water service, clear rubble, rehabilitate schools and health clinics and help get business in shape to re-open. Through these efforts more than 725,000 displaced Iraqis have been able to return to their homes, but much more is needed. Due to the conflict and upheaval since January 2014, more than 3.4 million people are now displaced throughout Iraq and more than half are children. Across the country, over 10 million people are in urgent need of lifesaving humanitarian assistance.

The highly prioritized United Nations 2016 Iraq Humanitarian Response Plan calls for $861 million to support frontline humanitarian programs, but it is only 33 percent funded. The UN has already closed dozens of lifesaving programs and has warned that without immediate additional funding, it will be forced to close dozens more as soon as this month. Over the coming months, humanitarian costs could climb to over $2 billion as potentially a million people are displaced from Mosul as military operations liberate Iraq’s second largest city.

The goal of the July 20 Pledging Conference is to garner much needed financial contributions to address the challenges faced by the Iraqi people and to ensure the lasting defeat of Da’esh in Iraq. The international community has provided a significant amount of humanitarian assistance to Iraq, with the United States alone contributing approximately $800 million since 2014. The United States will make a substantial humanitarian and stabilization pledge during the conference, and we look to other nations to join us in this effort.

For further information, please contact the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, at RodriguezPA@state.gov.

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الدكتور العبادي يصل النجف الاشرف لترؤس اجتماع الهيئة العليا للتنسيق بين المحافظات ويتشرف بزيارة مرقد امير المؤمنين ع

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The immediate reopening of the road to Baghdad – Tikrit

 

History of edits:: 22.6.2016 22:1215 visits readable
[Oan- Baghdad]
announced the immediate opening of Salahuddin province through Tikrit – Baghdad.
A statement by the governor ‘s office that “cadres mayor of Tikrit began, and under the direct supervision of thegovernor of Salahuddin Ahmed Abdullah al – Jubouri open Tikrit Road – Baghdad Departure control of Awja ,which was closed throughout this period.”
He noted that “he will be opening the way and focus sheds to be control of round-trip which lead to alleviate thesuffering of the citizens and students who were suffering the issue of entry and exit in during the school year as well as in the rest of the days. ”

Abadi wandering in Najaf, one of the markets and meet the citizens’

 

History of edits:: 22.6.2016 21:14151 visits readable
{Baghdad: Euphrates News} wandering Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in Najaf, one of the markets and meet the citizens in it.
A statement by the Office of the Abadi agency {Euphrates News} received acopy of it today that “the Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi supervised visit theshrine of Imam Ali bin Abi Talib and being a tour of one of Najaf markets and meet the citizens.”
The Abadi arrived this evening Najaf province to preside over the meeting of thesupreme body for coordination between the provinces. is over

Office of the Inspector of Finance: Re property amounting to 10 billion dinars to the state

 

History of edits:: 22.6.2016 21:3934 visits readable
[Oan- Baghdad]
announced the Inspector General ‘s Office in the Ministry of Finance re Estate of $ 10 billion dinars to the state.
He said the Office of the Inspector General, in a statement, ” The Inspector General of the Ministry of Finance in Basra province was able to retrieve a property area of 2280 acres of land seized and belonging to the Ministry ofFinance.”
He announced the office, ” to recover more than $ 10 billion dinars revenue to the Treasury and instructed theformation of a commission to inventory of real estate in the province for the purpose of inventory squatters on land belonging to the Ministry in the province mentioned and duly take legal action and to provide results as fast asAlmqtadhah. “

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