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The office of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi issued a clarification on the strong response from former Prime Minister Haider Abadi to amendments made by the new cabinet including decisions at the end of the life of the previous government. Keywords: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
A statement by the Office of the Mahdi, "raised some confusion, and emotion in transportation, lack of precision, seeking to stir up emotions, about the House of Representatives and the Council of Ministers resolutions to review the decisions for the period 07.01.2018 until 24-10-2018alsadrh discharge the previous daily affairs of Mr. Abadi , the government" .
The office said , "denying these falsehoods , which claims that the revision would stop fundamentalist decisions to grant allocations to all provinces or to the province of Basra from the petrodollar or border crossings, or batches of emergency for the families of needy or the establishment of desalination plants, and so on . He stressed that the real purpose of the House of Representatives and Ministers resolutions he is:
First: to confirm and confirm fundamentalist decisions, and to achieve the interests of citizens and the public interest, and confirms the continuity of the work of successive governments, and secondly: to stop the decisions of non-fundamental and illegal, all after review and scrutiny. Which required clarification.
Earlier Wednesday, former prime minister Haidar al-Abadi expressed surprise at the decisions of the government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi to cancel previous decisions taken by the government of Abadi, which he described as dangerous precedent.
Abadi said in a statement, "We are very surprised by the decision taken by the Council of Ministers in a session on Tuesday, December 11, 2018, which includes the suspension of the decisions and directives of the Council of Ministers and the Prime Minister for the period from 1-7-2018 to 24-10-2018, which is a measure not Commensurate with the concepts of the state of institutions that the country must follow. "
"We confirm that what the Council of Ministers has done is a dangerous precedent that will lead to a state of confusion which is the suspension of the government's work completely and the failure to take any decision after the elections and could extend to the cancellation of all previous government decisions by the following, which is detrimental to the interests of citizens. This decision because it will appeal to its current decisions, especially as it is a government incomplete number and challenged some of its ministers and the mechanism of selection marred by constitutional irregularities.
" I refer to the part of the decisions that have been stopped, which has been serving the citizens, including the cease - allocations to all Iraqi provinces, including the province of Basra from petrodollar for the execution of the services and the exchange of Basra 's share of border crossings revenue allocations and actions that have been taken in relation to the demands of the people of the provinces of Basra , Dhi Qar, Maysan, Najaf Karbala, Babil, Muthanna, Diwaniyah, Wasit, Baghdad, Nineveh and Anbar. "
He continued Abadi, " as well as exchange boost emergency for two months to needy families in the province of Basra , and the establishment of desalination plants in the province of Basra , and the allocation of a plot of land housing for young athletes holding gold medals or silver or bronze and stop the allocation of the land of a wide area of the orphanage in the province of Najaf and instructions of the appointment Owners and the allocation of land for teachers and other service decisions. "
And "we refer to the importance of the dimensions of political things about the interests of citizens and warn that such a non - informed decisions and predominantly political nature and narrow interests will lead to chaos in government work and the government should not be dragged into such such decisions reflect negatively on public matters and services in the country for the benefit of citizens . " .
He said that "we condemn such a decision, we demand to back down or else the president and the Council of Ministers will bear the consequences of that, especially as all segments of Iraq will have a position may reflect negatively on the course of the government's work, especially as it is the first steps."