Release date:: 2019/8/9 22:07
Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi defended the completion rate of 79% of the government program, revealing the government’s intention to transfer families of ISIS terrorists from Syria to Iraq.
“The government presented a curriculum on its achievements during the first six months, which is a detailed and skeptic approach, which separates reason and logic,” Mahdi said in an interview with Iraqi and foreign media.
“We have started to implement the popular mobilization order, and the bulk of the popular mobilization sees it as a positive step and it does justice to the sacrifices made by the Popular Mobilization and framed it within the framework of the armed forces. There is no pressure on this matter.”
He added, “We have a consistent and clear policy to be applied consistently, and there are deliberate steps we are taking, and the Diwaniyya order of the Popular Mobilization addresses a complex file that needs to be gradual and time.”
Abdul-Mahdi said that “national security raided the gambling halls, and those who are able to carry out such missions support him in this, and some of the Popular Mobilization Forces assisted him in this task in cooperation with joint operations and we have important assessments regarding operations against terrorism and we have ongoing operations to pursue him.”
“There are about 70,000 Da’esh families or displaced people, including 30,000 Iraqi women, children and men, who are in the Hul camp in Syria. We have a duty to return them after security checks. The work is not easy because most of them do not have identity documents,” he said. He warned that we should not infect ISIS to our country. ”
“The atmosphere is good for working in Iraq, and we are seeing more foreign companies operating in Iraq and moving freely, and we sign a lot of agreements and contracts with foreign interests, especially French, and this is proof of the return of security certainly.”
“The number of internally displaced people in Iraq has dropped dramatically and will decrease even more in the coming period because we are conducting reconstruction and rehabilitation campaigns in the areas from which they were displaced,” he said.
He added, “We want all Iraqis to live well, and defend the rights of all our people is the basis of the former and present, and there is no defect in terms of fairness and justice in the subject of salaries of the Kurdistan region, and we strictly apply the budget law, which says if the region does not pay 250 thousand barrels of oil, it must cut From this share, we do not cut the salaries and livelihoods of Iraqis. ”
He explained, “The problem of exporting the Kurdistan region of more than 250 thousand barrels of oil must be resolved, and the budget did not address such a situation, and we need to discuss and dialogue with the region.”
He pointed out that “talk about corruption in which a lot of transmission of unreliable sources and presented to people as reliable and then shows that they are completely unreliable, and we do not hit randomly but according to the proper evidence and documents, and the Anti-Corruption Council is investigating but does not defame while trying to preserve the prestige of people And the prestige of the law. ”
Abdul-Mahdi stressed that “it is common and generalized that all corrupt are corrupt in order to lose the truth, and we have to sort out the corrupt, and those who bring accusations to provide documents in order to sort out cases of corruption of false accusations,” pointing out that “the Anti-Corruption Council was present before the coming of the current government, What we have done is to activate this Council. ”
“We have stopped a massive smuggling and fraud involving the sale of black oil,” he said.
“If we want to share responsibilities, we should not hold this person alone,” he said. “The responsibility is public and shared. Everyone, especially the media, should support the investment process in the country.”
He pointed out that “the media focused on the fires of grain crops fields and did not focus on what was marketed from large quantities of these crops, and the proportion of what was burned is a very small percentage compared to the large quantities that were marketed to the State and farmers received the amounts directly.”
“There are success stories in the country that the media did not focus on because some of its media do not want quiet stories, they want interesting stories, and the media should give time to the success stories and achievements in the country,” he said.
“We have not promised any country that we will reduce the death sentences against foreign convicts because they are legal and judicial rulings. Syria affects Iraq a lot, and any situation in the region also affects us. ”
He stressed, “We want to strengthen the state media, and this is our duty, which is not something to be given, but needs means and atmosphere. “There are multiple parties, including those who disagree even with the government, to be more transparent with our people, and there is no independent or completely innocent media.”
The Prime Minister denied “the issue of ministerial change within the Council of Ministers,” noting that “satellite channels are the assumptions and scenario for this subject, and if there is change we will make it and we will not hesitate to implement it.”
He added, “We have submitted names for the post of Minister of Education, but was rejected in the House of Representatives, and I call the parliamentary committee if it has the names of candidates from Mosul Let them submit three names and we will choose one of them, but they must ensure voting in the House of Representatives.
• The government presented a curriculum on its achievements during the first six months, a detailed curriculum and questioning separated by reason and logic, a platform that determined the rates of achievement in all state institutions.
He pointed out that “everyone was talking about the devastation of agriculture in Iraq, but agriculture today began to rise and we succeeded in this is a great achievement,” pointing out that “lifting concrete barriers from the streets and cities in a security, economic and psychological dimension, and invested concrete blocks to work (Silwat) for wheat crop “.
“We have provided a large reserve of generators, and we have run power plants after maintenance and repair to achieve progress and progress on the subject of electricity.”
He stressed that “any file is complex when it is political and easy when it is technical, and we are working to ease the political dialogue to reach the participants” denying “the existence of objection from any party to the return of all displaced people to their areas, but politically there are those who object, and many displaced people have They have returned to their areas. ”
He pointed out that “the current government inherited a lot of loads that can not be accomplished even in years, and the subject of mobile phone is a major dispute between the state departments themselves, and we have held dozens of meetings to reach solutions to this issue because the country needs revenues other than oil revenues and in many things such as border outlets and tourism Agriculture, mobile phone, air transit, etc. ”
“The government’s campaign against gambling halls and unlicensed liquor venues is part of the fight against corruption because the most important purpose of opening these lounges and shops was money laundering as well as drugs,” he said.