Siron: We were surprised by the "Abdul Mahdi" quotas decisions about the general inspectors
21:30 - 10/08/2019
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The Alliance of Sairon, on Saturday, criticized the options of Prime Minister [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
with regard to the general inspectors, noting that these decisions
carry a quota and partisan consensus that necks the body of the state.
Coalition spokesman Hamdallah al-Rikabi said in a statement received: "More than ten months after the formation of the government, we hoped that the Prime Minister would invest the great support and support that his government has advocated and go towards competent and independent personalities to fill special grades and positions of general inspectors." But we were surprised by his strange and deplorable choices in this regard, which is a disappointing retreat and an unpleasant return to the circle of quotas and partisan consensus, which continues to gnaw in the body of the state and stand in the way of reform.
He added: "While we declare our rejection of this method in the management of important files, we stress the need to review the Prime Minister of these decisions, which we believe came as a result of pressure from the blocs and parties benefiting from the abhorrent quota policy in an effort to cover up corruption files and undermine national efforts for reform. And build a state of strong institutions capable of advancing Iraq and lifted it from the grip of the corrupt and get it to a level commensurate with its history and ancient civilization.
He pointed out that "the coalition of others will not hesitate to take constitutional measures to correct the wrong paths and procedures lacking the elements of successful government action, which will certainly undermine our program aimed at reform and the elimination of corruption and accountability of corrupt." Finished 25 N