03-10-2013 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add a comment - (Special) ... Deputy for the coalition criticized what it called Iraqi Prime Minister fighting for the adoption of the law of infrastructure, stressing that the reconstruction of Iraq does not depend on this law, while the State of Law coalition refused to consider the law passed electoral propaganda.
She explained Rep. Nora Bijari in a statement to the Central Council of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUKcc.org), on Thursday, that a modern Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki announced that those who disrupt law passed infrastructure want to demolish the country, inaccurate, stressing the need for the law of infrastructure, But the reconstruction of Iraq does not depend on the law, noting that there is a list of ministries and working according to financial allocations from the federal budget, pointing to the need to outsource the work of the ministries at by foreign companies, which is provided by the law of the infrastructure.
He added Rep. Bijari that the Prime Minister a responsibility to provide services to citizens, especially as he headed the government since 8 years, noting that Iraq's budget over the past 2012.2013, and 2014, are the budgets of explosive for the countries of the region, and is supposed to be the majority of amounts budget geared to prepare structures infrastructure, and construction of facilities that serve the Iraqi people.
She drew MP Bijari the that the adoption of the law means that infrastructure, considering that the companies will work according to the payment on credit, the size of corruption will be less than it is in state projects at the moment, where money is wasted on spoilers, so called.
She drew MP Bijari that "the Prime Minister is not fighting haphazardly to approve the law, but mocks the law as spam precinct, especially with the near time," noting that al-Maliki used the law as propaganda for him and his bloc, as the adoption of the law will provide services to citizens, and will be considered an achievement him on it Thus, the law was approved presided over the government, he said, adding that the political blocs is aware of this issue, especially as the elections approached, and the law can be exploited in the electoral rivalries between the two blocs.
For its part, rejected the MP for the coalition of state law virgin Farooq in a statement to the Central Council of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUKcc.org), consider Maliki's comments on election propaganda law, noting that the application of the law will be the task of the next government.
She said Rep. Farouk that political parties were considered that any achievement of this law is campaigning, noting that in the case approve the House of Representatives to the law, applied Ajtaj to issue instructions, and these instructions need to be a long time, which means that the current government will not enforce the law, because approached the elections will elect a new government.
She drew Rep. Farouk that the tangible results of the application of the law would not felt by citizens before two or three years, which confirms that the law passed is not some kind of electoral propaganda, expressing regret at the consideration of some political blocs to pass a law infrastructure achievement and political propaganda for Maliki's government.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]