Abadi Al-Issa exempts from the Ministry of Finance Management


 

History of edits:: 2017/5/31 22:4717 times readable
[Oan- Baghdad]
exonerated Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi, Minister of Higher teachings and Scientific Research Abd al – Razzaq al- Issa from the Ministry of Finance Acting Administration.
Issa said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it “was a matter of national honor to assign the Ministry of Finance Agency, as well as my responsibility in the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Science and Technology.”
He added that “work in the Ministry of Finance was not easy because in this ministry of accumulated awaiting solutions as well as it is one of the institutions that pursued narrow interests and auctions and conflicts.”
Al – Issa pointed out that “what we have presented in the Ministry of Finance at this special stage was focused on the fight against corruption and surround the corrupt and narrow the circle on the dubious benefits owners.”
He continued , “I am pleased to extend to the Prime Minister thanked the confidence in us , and I extend my cordial gratitude for his approval and response to our demand for the repeated Baafaia of the Ministry of Finance to allow me the Ministry of Higher Education and upgrading service.”
The Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Abd al – Razzaq al- Issa had been assigned to manage the Ministry of Finance vacancy agency in addition to his duties.
The House of Representatives voted last September 21 to withdraw confidence from the Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari, while the Federal Supreme Court received on 20 December last appeal submitted by Zebari on the unconstitutionality of the withdrawal of confidence from him and his dismissal from office.

 

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