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    Abadi confirms the holding of parliamentary elections on schedule

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    Abadi confirms the holding of parliamentary elections on schedule Empty Abadi confirms the holding of parliamentary elections on schedule

    Post by Rocky Sat 25 Nov 2017, 1:55 am

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     Baghdad / Range 

    [ltr]Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Thursday that the fight against corruption is not a slogan, but rather a deliberate action to purge corrupt institutions of the state, pointing to the existence of "indirect corruption" by carrying out projects that are not of importance to the citizen.
    Abadi stressed in a statement issued after presiding over a meeting of the High Commission for Coordination between the provinces received (version) a copy, that "the parliamentary elections will be held on a constitutional date." "The greater the percentage of participation by citizens in elections, the greater the representation of citizens." The prime minister stressed that "fighting corruption is not a slogan, but is an act to purge state institutions of corrupt, and this work is deliberate," pointing to "the existence of campaigns of corrupt to mix the papers and accusing everyone of corruption." 
    "The more we eliminate corrupt, the stronger we will have to distinguish between a simple administrative error and real corruption," he said. "There is indirect corruption is the implementation of projects that are not important to the citizen and not priorities of the province, which led to the development in the country is not The size of spending. " Abadi stressed the importance of the competition between the provinces on the basis of who provides more service to citizens, stressing "the commitment of the government to transfer powers to the provinces." "Only fair elections can be held" in the liberated areas, with the return of all displaced people, said Abadi, hours after the head of the United Nations Mission in Iraq (UNAMI) commented. 
    This position is close to the position of the Sunni forces, which demanded the return of all displaced people before February, as a condition for their participation in the elections. On Wednesday, Vice-President Salim al-Jubouri and Vice-President Osamah al-Nujaifi unveiled a motion to postpone the elections in exchange for a US military presence in Sunni areas. 
    In his regular report to the UN Security Council on Thursday, Jan Kubic, UN special envoy to Iraq, ruled out "fair elections" in liberated areas before the return of the displaced. He called on both Baghdad and Erbil to adopt dialogue to resolve outstanding problems between them. 
    "There is no possibility of Iraqi parliamentary elections, while the citizens of this country are still displaced by the current situation in their regions," Kubic said. 
    The UN envoy noted that "the alliance of forces, which represents the Sunni component, called for creating the appropriate atmosphere and conditions for the return of all displaced persons without exception to their cities restored before any electoral process." 
    "We must provide humanitarian and service support to these people, which will contribute to the return of life to their areas from which they were displaced without problems and obstacles," Kubic said, stressing the importance of assigning security in those areas to the army and local police. "In the absence of such measures, the UN mission considers that free and fair elections can not be held, resulting in genuine representation of the people of the liberated areas," Kubic said. At the same level, the Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri discussed with a delegation of the United Nations mission the file of the upcoming elections. A statement issued by al-Jubouri office said that on Thursday, he discussed with the UN mission "developments in the Iraqi scene, ways of continuing international support for Iraq in the fight against terrorism and humanitarian and relief fields." 
    According to the statement, "a review of the situation of displaced persons and the specific timing of their return to their areas as an important step towards permanent stability and reconstruction of these areas after being sabotaged by the control of terrorism and the circumstances of war."



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