With “23 axes” .. Al-Sudani announces the priorities of his government and pledges to hold accountable any minister who deviates from corruption
Al-Sudani said during his meeting with a group of political analysts, writers and journalists, according to a statement issued by his office and received by Shafak News Agency, that "the files of electricity, health, municipal services and combating corruption will be the priority of our work as a government," vowing, "I will be responsible for holding the minister accountable and replacing the minister in case he fails or misdeeds." to corruption.”
Al-Sudani indicated that "all the names circulating in the cabinet or appointing an office manager are baseless and untrue," stressing that "the goal of our plans and work as a government will be to stop the negative repercussions of the economic and service situation, fight corruption, and reduce unemployment and poverty."
Al-Sudani also pledged that he would "restore the citizen's confidence in the state and its institutions through serious and transparent work, away from intimidation and counterfeiting," stressing that "his government program contained several files and included 23 axes, but the axes (health, electricity, municipal services, anti-corruption) will have priority." .
Al-Sudani indicated that these axes "fall within the framework of addressing the consequences of the difficult living and service conditions experienced by most citizens as a result of the rise in the price of the dollar and the economic downturn that has caused its negative impact, as well as the files of reviving agriculture and industry and addressing unemployment, in parallel with the political files."
The framework candidate stressed, "Having short, medium and long-term plans that will work to secure services, improve living conditions and create job opportunities for graduates and youth, by supporting the private sector and working to activate economic sectors such as industry, agriculture, tourism, state control over imports, and strengthening and identifying aspects of fruitful spending, which It would create hundreds of thousands of job opportunities," revealing that "it has been agreed with the leaders of the blocs that he will be responsible for holding the minister accountable if he fails and to replace him if necessary."
Politically, Al-Sudani denied the names circulating about his appointment as director of his office or nominated ministerial cabinet, stressing that everything that is being circulated is baseless and baseless.
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