The head of the UN mission in Iraq, Jan Kubis Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi his organization's support for a strong UN reforms. A statement by the prime minister received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, said Abadi, received in his office on Wednesday, UN envoy and his accompanying delegation, and during the meeting touched on the reforms taken by Abadi political and security situation and the return of displaced persons to the liberated areas and reconstruction of that. "
Kubiš welcomed the reforms and expressed his support of the United Nations and its readiness to provide all that would contribute to its support. The prime minister Haider al-Abadi launched since August 11 of this several reform packages approved by the House of Representatives in response to the directives of the Supreme religious authority and the demands of the demonstrators.
Ebadi said today that the reforms voted on by the Council of Ministers and the House of Representatives "unconstitutional and illegal and will not retract it." Stressing that "no return for reforms and that the political system was a need public pressure to improve performance and accelerate the process of reforms."
The prime minister noted that the first steps of reform strategy consisted Baltrchiq ministries in a blow to the very core of the system of quotas, "noting," I will not relinquish my sons interest one iota and that we are heading in the right direction to build a state, ".anthy