Abadi al-Jubouri discuss the government and parliament relationship and the Battle of Mosul


History of edits:: 28/8/2016 23:39 
[Oan- Baghdad] 

Search Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi, in his office on Sunday, with House Speaker Salim al – Jubouri , the relationship between the government and parliament under way to liberate the city of Mosul and preparations.

A statement by the prime minister ‘s office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that “During the meeting , the blessing of the great victories achieved by our heroine in Khalidiya and Qayyarah and the importance of unifying the floor and rows to sustain the momentum of victories full liberalization territory.” 

He added , ” They also discussed preparations for the Liberation of Mosul the emphasis on the humanitarian situation and the displaced people and provide essential necessities of life for them. ” 

Turning the meeting according to the statement, to” the relationship between the executive and legislative branches and the importance of laws that serve the citizens and contribute to upgrading the performance of institutional country ‘s legislation. ” 

discussed Abadi al – Jubouri , the ” big challenges faced by the country , which requires everyone must shoulder its responsibility to overcome where there are active steps by the government is going to transit and need more work and put aside their differences for the progress of the country on the right track. ” the 

two sides stressed” to continue along the path of reforms and the fight against corruption. ”

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