Opposition leader Ammar al-Hakim on Monday criticized the semi-annual report issued by the federal government regarding its performance, saying it was full of "exaggerated figures and errors in proportion."
Hakim said in his sermon Eid prayer, which was read in his office in the capital, Baghdad, "We are pleased with the issuance of the Iraqi government semi-annual report, the first detailed and supported by figures, tables, notes and high completion rates, and we believe that such scientific reports will be a necessary addition in government work, a precedent Register for this government. "
He added that "we have formed a committee of specialists in the areas of planning, statistics and management of our professional current and from outside the current, and the Committee has been dismantling and scrutinizing and reviewing all the paragraphs mentioned in the report and came up with a detailed and analytical report of all paragraphs and tables and ratios of the government report to show that it He suffers from exaggerated figures and errors of proportions and recurring narratives that underestimated the value of the report and kept him away from professionalism. "On the other hand.
"There is a clear discrepancy between the ministerial curriculum, the government report, the government statements and the annual budget allocated by the government. The parliamentary program follow-up committee presented similar scenarios through a comprehensive review," Hakim said.
He called the leader of the "wisdom", "the centers of studies, research and elites of Iraq and the media to highlight these problems and encourage the government to provide effective solutions to them."
He also called "the House of Representatives to activate its supervisory work through its specialized committees to follow up the progress of the achievements and failures of the government and point out the strengths and weaknesses and the allocation of a special session at the beginning of the next legislative term to study the government report and the prosecutions recorded on it."
"We commit the government to what it has committed itself, and we do not entrust the government only within the framework of the ministerial curriculum, the government report and the decisions and actions issued by them," he said.
"We are continuing the effort to form the opposition front in cooperation with the political and popular forces that share our opinion in its opposition to the government. This front will be announced when these efforts are completed," Hakim said.
He pointed out that "the output of this front government shadow, which will be the tools of the opposition to control and scrutiny of government performance professionally and professionally."