Two parliamentarians on Saturday voiced their objection and criticism to the creation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi positions in the Iraqi state, the two options are not successful, and the decision causes sagging in the state departments and institutions.
MP Kazem Fenjan al-Hamami expressed his strong objection to the selection of (Caesar Ahmed Ogla) for the post of Inspector General of the Counter-Terrorism Service.
Al-Hamami called on the Prime Minister's Office to reconsider Resolution 47 by which Caesar became Inspector General of the Counter-Terrorism Service.
He pointed to "a unique case, that the Prime Minister's Office himself had previously ordered the Diwani (22) a few months ago to terminate the services of his gesture and to retire him when he was inspector general in the body of political prisoners, but this order did not take his way The surprise came when the Prime Minister's Office issued Diwani's order No. (47), which transferred the services of (Caesar) to the counterterrorism service to act as inspector general in this sensitive security apparatus.
Al-Hamami concluded his objection by saying that "I can not imagine that the day will come when (Caesar) becomes inspector general of the counter-terrorism."
For her part, MP Alia Nassif strongly criticized the introduction of new public inspectors in ministries and agencies rather than reducing their numbers, indicating that who gave advice to the Prime Minister to increase their numbers is a beneficiary and opportunist.
Nassif said in a statement today: "There is a court order issued by the Prime Minister under the title (confidential) includes the appointment of dozens of new inspectors in ministries and agencies and recycling others, which means increased sag existing mainly in their numbers and increase deals with whales of corruption in the ministries and the exchange of benefit between Inspectors and ministers, while respecting some honest inspectors who are known for their integrity. "
She pointed out that "the House of Representatives and the Integrity Commission did not have any role in the appointment and selection of former and new inspectors, and did not get an evaluation of the work of the offices until this decision is taken, and we do not know according to any criteria were selected and appointed in this position, which is in the market positions is the most expensive and fastest in "Get rich and make money for something simple is (silence)."
"The person who advised the prime minister to increase the number of general inspectors is a beneficiary, opportunist and expert on the inspectors' exchange," Nassif said. Proactive oversight, or unification of similar ministries in their functions by one inspector general such as security ministries. "
It is noteworthy that Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, issued a court order to create general inspectors in seven bodies and bodies, as well as to redistribute the former general inspectors or retired in other institutions to correct previous actions.