The head of the Reform and Reconstruction Bloc and the leader of the Alliance Saber al-Saadi on Friday expressed surprise at the decision of the Council of Ministers No. 311 of 2019 to authorize its president Adel Abdul-Mahdi to extend the service of special grades who have reached the legal age of retirement, calling it disappointing.
Al-Saadi said in a statement today, "The challenges facing the state and its institutions call (flexible treatments) and a new mindset characterized by creativity in finding solutions and this can not be maintained by the same generation of advanced career (owners of special grades), some of which caused the existence of crises and problems with appreciation for each Efforts made by their faithful. "
He pointed out that "the state needs a new (functional generation) in the leadership positions in the state institutions can draw new policies according to an administrative perspective that the competencies and young elites are the heartbeat in which to inject new blood re-activity in the state institutions and the administrative system of the state."
"We expected the government as a mixture of (state sheikhs and the elderly) to use leadership positions in institutions (with boys of the state) who are fair and efficient, and thus move the state (with the mentality of the adults) (and the dynamism of the youth), but what we see is ruminating for the former and killing," Saadi said. The aspirations of young talents and elites, which makes the movement of the state slow, which casts a shadow on the provision of services to citizens on the one hand and the way of building the state on the other.
He warned that "building the state and its institutions in this way produces (an elderly state) can not face the problems and challenges inherent and inherited from previous governments and called on His Eminence the Prime Minister to reconsider this decision and not to use it and can benefit from the expertise of special grades who are retired in ( Specialized research centers) provide strategic studies to the young leaders of the state.
The Iraqi Council of Ministers decided in a meeting held on 8/9/2019 to authorize the authorization of the Federal Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi the power to extend the service of special grades who have reached the legal age of retirement.
For his part, described the deputy head of the National Axis parliamentary bloc and Secretary-General of the National People's Party Ahmed Abdullah Abdul-Jabouri that decision "disappointing."
Al-Jubouri said in a statement that "this decision sends a bad message to the competencies and demanders to push forward the progress, explaining that the neglect of youth energies will maintain administrative slack and corruption, as it will deprive the cohorts of the unemployed of the opportunity to contribute to the building of their country."
He called on the parliament and political leaders to overturn the decision of the Council of Ministers because it reduces the state administration to a segment that has been tried and exhausted its possibilities without results little evidence of the accumulated failure and the voices calling for change, pointing out that "countries are advancing the multiple forms of competition between competencies and expertise and not insisting on the introduction Iraq is aging. "