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Post by RamblerNash on Tue Jul 17, 2018 10:08 pm

The government will launch a package of new reforms, including the withdrawal of senior officials .. know it



Tuesday 17 July

Alsumaria News / Baghdad
, according to a Gulf newspaper, that the Iraqi government will launch a new reform package, indicating that the package will include the withdrawal of the hands of senior officials in the state.

"The Iraqi government is preparing to launch a package of new reforms, including the withdrawal of senior officials in the ministries of the state, as well as local officials in the provinces of south and central Iraq, whose names were called slogans of the demonstrators," a senior source was quoted as saying .

The source, who asked not to be named, that "the reforms will include the transfer of a number of them to the Court of Integrity and Administrative Justice, and will include the launch of allocations to the provinces of the south and center, and obligate foreign oil and gas companies to be Iraqi employees have at least half of its staff, , In addition to providing free fuel for generators in the residential areas so that citizens can be equipped with electricity throughout the day.

Some cities and provinces in Iraq have been protesting for several days demanding better public services, water and electricity, unemployment and corruption in government departments. The demonstrations included riots and attacks that led to casualties and damage to state property.

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