[size=36]Abadi: The corrupt decided not to win a second term for fear of their interests[/size]
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Former Prime Minister, head of the coalition of victory, Haider al-Abadi, that the corrupt decided not to win a second term for fear of their interests, while stressing the need to provide the interest of the nation on personalization, whatever the reasons.
"The corrupt have decided not to win the second chair for fear of their interests," Abadi said in a television interview. "The prime minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, offered him the position of foreign minister but he refused."
He added that "what is being taken against Abdul Mahdi is that he is not following the details and we must preserve the victory achieved through great sacrifices." He stressed that "the victory that has been achieved on terrorism and safety that Baghdad is experiencing is achieved by enormous efforts and sacrifices."
He explained that "the victory that is achieved is the efforts of Iraqis and fighting on the ground and our preference for the whole world," defying "
"Terrorism, sectarianism and unified Iraq are challenges that his government has been working on until 2018," he said. "His government has worked to combat corruption, but it takes time, effort and criminal evidence."
He continued: "I have consented in my government to the letter of reference and we conducted a denial of the privileges of special grades," pointing to "the treatment of the army's astronauts numbering 50 thousand."
He noted that "the debts that were owed to Iraq amounting to 120 billion dollars, mostly the legacy of the former regime," stressing that "his government faced the two most serious challenges at the beginning of the beginning are low oil prices and terrorism."
He pointed out that "Iraq suffered from a difficult economic stage and salaries were threatened by cut," adding that "
On the current government, Abbadi stressed that "it is not fair to give ministries to the blocs without others," stressing that "the scene we live worse than quotas and reform must be in the curriculum and not in the figures."
He pointed out that "the current government paid the budget funds for the region without the receipt of any barrel of oil, and raised the budget of the region by 50% of the salaries of their employees without any clear justification," stressing "the need to provide the national interest on personalization whatever the reasons."
He added: "From the error of the Council of Ministers, the current figures returned to executive positions despite suspicions of corruption," noting that "some officials had the protections up to 500 people have been reduced numbers a lot."
"I do not know the reason for re-signing with Siemens despite signing the same contracts previously," he said, adding that "opening to the outside towards economic integration is positive and encouraging"
On the tension and escalation between Iran and America, Abadi said: "Our country can not be subject to the atmosphere of threat and losses from the drums of war and Iran enjoys peace," stressing that "can not stand with Iran by sacrificing the internal Iraqi situation."
He stressed that "we must be careful in our speech so as not to be exploited by the parties as a bid to get out of the state," warning of "cumulative errors may be left by the empty landscape."
"I am 100 percent in line with the leaders of the crowd who fought on the ground, not with those who mobilized candidates for the ballot boxes," the former prime minister said, calling for "following up all the assets of those who responded as leaders of the crowd and how they affected."
"Any legitimate vision of a combat position must be through a shared vision, not an individual one," he stressed.
And on the completion of the current ministerial cab, Abadi continued: "We continue to insist on professionalism in the selection of the rest of the positions and corresponding insist on the quota," asserting that "Sorson and Fatah move as a negotiating delegation to resolve the rest of the posts."
He pointed out that "there is a circumvention of a constitutional article on the largest bloc and consensus was a reason to name the Prime Minister."