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Post by claud39 on Sat Nov 09, 2019 8:58 am

Iraq is undergoing a major cabinet reshuffle within days

09 November 2019 03:37 PM

Iraq is undergoing a major cabinet reshuffle within days 1024

Direct: The Iraqi Prime Minister said that a major reshuffle will be made in the next few days.

Adel Abdul Mahdi, in a speech carried by the Iraqi News Agency "conscious", that the government and judicial authorities will continue to investigate the cases of martyrs and wounded protesters and troops.

Abdul-Mahdi said that he will not remain a detainee of the demonstrators, and will be brought to trial anyone found guilty of criminal offenses from any party, and will be prosecuted anyone who assaulted, kidnapped or detained outside the framework of law and judicial authorities.

The Prime Minister stressed that the demonstrations will help put pressure on the political forces and the government and the legislative, executive and judicial authorities to correct the tracks and accept the changes.

He continued: "Demonstrations are a movement to return to the natural rights of the people, the continuation of demonstrations must serve the return of normal life in which legitimate demands are realized."

The Prime Minister stressed other new reforms, including the adoption of a schedule to reduce the salaries of senior officials in half, as well as adjustments in the salary scale to redress the lower strata and achieve greater social justice and the application of the system of social compensation. 


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