Editorial date: 2019/6/18 21:26
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi commented on the option of political opposition after the adoption of the national wisdom stream.
“The political opposition is healthy, as long as it is committed to national principles,” Abdul Mahdi said at a weekly press conference. “There is a state of political maturity that calls for optimism,” he said, pointing out that “the religious authority was accurate in expressing the suffering of the Iraqi people.”
He added that “the ministerial platform has been completed and we will send a quarterly report to the House of Representatives,” noting that “the ministerial platform is held between the government and the people, we are careful to accomplish it accurately and it is the measure by which to assess the performance of the government.”
Abdul Mahdi, “while reducing positions in the agencies through the stabilization or reduction of increases,” denying “the existence of consensus in the resolution of management by proxy.”
He revealed that “large blocks authorized the prime minister to resolve the portfolio of positions by proxy,” stressing that ”
He pointed to “a special committee to deal with the convening of the Council of Kirkuk and the approval of the investment plan.”
“We have made significant progress in the field of electricity production and will add 1,000 megawatts to the national grid before the end of June,” Abdul Mahdi said.
He explained that “we met conservatives concluded to provide better services and the provision of electricity according to a timetable,” stressing that “many excesses on the energy network contribute to the loss of electricity.”
“He continued to develop international relations on the basis of interests and activating the participants and Iraq today represents a package of investment opportunities large and will not allow actions that undermine the security of the country and we will pursue the perpetrators.
He noted that “relations between Baghdad and Kuwait at their best and cooperation is continuing to resolve outstanding issues.”
“Corruption is no less serious than anti-terrorism and we need to provide sufficient evidence to establish any suspicion of corruption,” he said.
He pointed out that “all that is raised about corruption without evidence is useless, and the unification of customs and customs and the abolition of zero control of anti-corruption models,” and called on “the media and political leaders to provide evidence of any semi-corruption raised.”
“We will apply the legal procedures against the governor of Kirkuk (Najmuddin Karim) required to eliminate.”
He stressed that “the spread of slums contributed to the aggravation of service problems,” noting that “supporting agriculture will restore the balance of population in cities and provinces.”