Roudao - Baghdad MP for the Bloc citizen leader of the Islamic Supreme Council, Ibrahim Bahr al-Ulum, Sunday, support the mass of the decisions of the prime minister Haider al-Abadi, saying it was "a good step for reform". Uloum said the network Roudao media that "Iraq today offers a step forward for the advancement on his feet and Accounting spoilers who Hdroa his money for many years, "stressing that the" the political blocs to cooperate with the Prime Minister to respond corrupt and to improve the lives of citizens. "
He described the Bahr al-Ulum current situation in Iraq as "a golden opportunity in front of Haider al-Abadi, must be exploited, because the opportunity Such did not give the previous governments, "stressing that" the decisions made today correct and lead to reform in the country, and we as a board highest Islamist support it. " He called "House of Representatives members of all the political blocs to vote on the decisions of the Prime Minister, and to declare their support "adding that" each of the object to these decisions supports corrupt and the corrupt, and wants to Iraq remains full of corruption, murder and slaughter. " The head of the Iraqi government, Haider al-Abadi, issued a series of important part of political reform decisions, especially the most important Cancel vice President of the Republic and the Prime Minister, with reduce the number of protections for all those responsible, and the abolition of the special provisions for the presidencies of bodies and state institutions. As Abadi face today to open past and current files of corruption under the supervision of a supreme committee to combat corruption is made up of specialists and working principle (Where did you get this), and called on the House of Representatives to ratify it to enable it to conduct the reforms called for by the supreme religious authority demanded by citizens. Addressing the Sea Iraqis Science of politicians, civilians and military personnel and all walks of saying, "If you want Iraq out of the crises experienced by now, you should support the decisions of Haider al-Abadi." SOURCE