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Tuesday June 21st ~ Maliki "The final report evaluating the work of ministries will be presented (June 21st Summer Soltice ~ Time for Transition) ...
19/06/2011

Maliki's assessment report presents the performance of his government next Tuesday

Baghdad, Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said on Sunday that he will submit his report to assess the ministries and independent bodies for deadline percent on Tuesday, pointing out that listening to the achievements of independent bodies within the specified period will end tomorrow.

Al-Maliki had given in the 27 of February, and his cabinet ministers out 100 days to improve the performance of their ministries after popular protests swept several cities in Iraq calls for the provision of services, pledging to isolate and then defaulting.

Maliki came out to absorb the anger of the Iraqi street, on the government as a result of poor services in the majority of Iraqi cities and rampant unemployment and widespread corruption.

After the deadline, the seventh of this month, saw the capital Baghdad and other Iraqi provinces protest demonstrations, in a sign of dissatisfaction with public opinion about the achievements within the time limit specified.

Maliki said on Sunday at the end of the session listening to the work of independent bodies within a hundred days, according to broadcast the semi-official Al-Iraqiya "The final report evaluating the work of ministries and autonomous bodies will be presented next Tuesday."

He said Maliki, who was speaking during a meeting he chaired the achievements of independent bodies to provide that "all independent bodies will report on its achievements within the time limit on Monday."

And met the deadline set by al-Maliki mixed reactions, is viewed as the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, a period of 100 days given by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to make the reforms a chance to stall and not reform, it did not define the evaluation criteria, and to call for ways to clear to reveal cases of corruption in government institutions .

The Sadrists have accused the President of the Iraqi government of shirking responsibility for the faltering government in its work and direction of the load and responsibility for any failure of his ministers, calling for a re-evaluation of government performance and accountability rather than ministers.

Iraq has seen the formation of his government after a few months, a series of protests demanding reforms and provide opportunities for the unemployed and the fight against corruption and the provision of electric power.

The demonstrations have seen in Iraq is the largest since 2003, comes as he prepares to end the U.S. military presence in the country later this year.

Comes of all these developments in light of the increasing political tension in the country as a result of exchange of accusations of political blocs on the implementation of the terms of agreement which paved the Erbil to form a government of national partnership.

What differences remain on the security ministries vacant, performed by proxy-Maliki, as well as the Supreme Council for the strategic policy which has not yet come out although it was one of the most important pillars of Erbil agreement which was concluded on Mpadh asked Massad Kurdistan Region President Barzani.

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