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08-09-2015, 09:31 PM
Keywords: government is about to achieve administrative, financial and political reform

8/9/2015 0:00

Baghdad, Alaa al-Tai
revealed manager Prime Minister's Office, Dr. Mahdi Keywords, the determination of the government to launch procedures and decisions effective in line with the reference calls and demands of the demonstrators package, calling for the achievement of administrative reform, financial and improve the services and the elimination of corruption.

Keywords and said the "morning": that the prime Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, chaired an extraordinary meeting held with a number of experts and advisers, following the events of the end of yesterday, which discussed the themes administrative reform, financial and improve services and address the sagging career and means to be adopted to tackle corruption and the corrupt. "

He added Keywords in his speech, that the government is determined to take important measures to leave the bureaucracy, particularly the stage no longer afford slack given the decline in global oil prices, adding that «the meeting reviewed a number of measures be adopted by the Prime Minister, both within his constitutional powers or within the competence of the Council of Ministers, which will be presented in the near future«.

In the context of Online, Keywords said in a speech, citing Abadi on the sidelines of the announcement and discuss the launch of loans industrial, agricultural and real estate banks mechanism, that "the government program and the subsequent measures to reduce some privileges, came in line with the trends wise for reference governance". For his part, economic adviser said Prime Minister, the appearance ofMohammed Saleh, in an exclusive interview with the "morning" that "the government is taking bold action is consistent with the reference voice calls and supporters of the people to the Prime Minister about the reform and keep corrupt officials."