Abadi builds a state of institutions in Iraq with wisdom and ability

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Abadi builds a state of institutions in Iraq with wisdom and ability

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Abadi leads Iraq towards institutional and modern

Since the accession of Haidar Abadi prime minister of Iraq; it records continuous successes in more than one level, and establishes the foundations of the establishment of state institutions and fighting corruption, and its policy is flexible in the management of dealing with internal and external crises, and helped him to this uniqueness of a leadership figure respected and appreciated inside and outside Iraq, This emerged in his policy in the war against the promotion and liberation of Iraq.
Security level
Abadi, the commander-in-chief of the Iraqi armed forces, was able to confront terrorism by organizing and supporting the terrorist from various Iraqi provinces, clearing the Western deserts, restricting weapons in the hands of the state and abolishing armed manifestations.
Abadi stressed the need to continue with all the strength and determination and cooperation of all in combating corruption in all its forms and forms because it is the largest incubator of terrorism and crime. He focused on the exclusion of state institutions and departments from political interference and quotas and not to take responsibility and public positions for justice.

Reconstruction of Iraq
Abadi is working hard to achieve his vision of rebuilding Iraq in all areas, to be in the ranks of the developed countries, the history of civilization throughout the ages as Baghdad was the capital of the civilized world, and seeks Abadi to remove Iraq from the dark tunnel brought to him by the occupation and spoilers by restoring the national cohesion and establish a policy of living between Social components in it rejecting the sectarian approach to the exercise of governance in Iraq and the fight against corruption and arms inventory by the state under the law with the prevention of exiting or harming the security of the state.
Al-Abadi stresses community reconciliation, which is more comprehensive than the national reconciliation required in turn between parties and sects. Community reconciliation enters into every Iraqi house in which terrorism and Takfiri thought tried to distort beliefs and incite hatred among its members.

Economic side
Abadi raises the slogan of fighting corruption in all the joints of the Iraqi state, as he improved the performance of work in most of the Iraqi ministries and a good example of what the Ministry of Oil achieved success jumps thanks to the guidance and good leadership of Abadi and his follow-up to the implementation of current and future development plans; Al-Allaibi, who has achieved success and leadership in all its work, and management of the policy of "OPEC" and Iraq's deal with it, having witnessed qualitative changes in the production of energy, and a significant development in the oil industry in Iraq.
One of Abbadi's distinctive successes is to refer the service contract to the East Baghdad field to the southern part of the extraction of crude oil from the province of Baghdad, which in turn supplies the power plants to the province without the need to transfer it from other provinces.
Including the expansion of the field of Nasiriyah oil to increase production from 100 thousand barrels per day to 200 thousand barrels per day, and discuss the formation of a joint committee of the Ministries of Electricity and Oil to consider the possibility of cooperation with Iraqi private sector companies to establish a dry gas station to feed the line that provides power plants with electricity.

Abadi fights corruption
Abadi believes the elimination of corruption is a war that the Iraqis promised to win, a war on financial and administrative corruption in the state apparatus in particular, in a comprehensive report calling for its battle against corruption, which will include corrupt and money-laundering public and money laundering. Stressing that the next stage will be the stage of economic prosperity and punishment of corrupt. He said: "We will fulfill with all the promises we have made and we will achieve the aspirations of the Iraqis with our cooperation together and in the same spirit and momentum that we went through during the liberation and victory and the unification of the country."
Under his guidance, the Iraqi Integrity Commission revealed last August that 216 travel ban resolutions were issued on corruption cases during 2017. "The total number of travel ban orders issued against officials related to corruption investigations during the first half of last year 2017, 216, "explaining that" 4 orders to prevent travel issued against ministers and those of their rank and 17 against the people of special grades and directors-general and those of their rank. "

On the social level, Abadi enjoys great popularity among the Iraqi people, according to a poll conducted by the Washington Institute in June this year in Anbar province, Salah al-Din and Mosul, Haider Abadi has the confidence of Iraqi citizens in those provinces and they put their optimism and confidence to lead Iraq towards prosperity and prosperity in various walks of life. The same poll said that Abadi will determine the fate of Iraq in the post-"urge" if he succeeded in investing this wave of confidence in his leadership. More than 70% of the Sunnis and 60% of Shiites support Abadi.
In addition, 50% of the Sunnis in general and 53% of those under the control of Da'ash support a second term for Abadi, compared with 35% among Shiites. This confidence in Abadi led two-thirds of the population of Mosul to favor any governor appointed, even by the Shiite community, to the current governor of Mosul. This great confidence in Abbadi and his leadership also led the vast majority of the population of Mosul to reject any sort of very decentralized federal settlement for the future administration of their city. They prefer to remain part of the federal Iraqi state and reject any call for any other proposed settlement along the lines of the proposal of the semi-autonomous region. In the same context, more than 80% of the Sunnis, especially those who have experienced life under the control of "Daash", want the Iraqi army and police to be the main security forces in their areas, not local tribal forces. The positive message that Abadi succeeded in conveying to the inhabitants of the liberated areas is that the state, although in its weakest form and the most volatile stage,
The only party capable of protecting its citizens. Abadi stressed the Iraqi territorial integrity and his total rejection of the results of the referendum in Iraqi Kurdistan and took practical measures to defeat it. Abadi and external relations Haider Abadi pursued the policy of openness and rapprochement with the Arab countries, visited Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Egypt, and these visits are only practical evidence that Iraq does not dispense with the Arab depth, which will reflect positively on all diplomatic, economic, military and security levels between the two sides and opens a new page of cooperation Arab Interaction. Turkish-Iraqi relations have recently been close, despite the tension that has soured relations between the two countries against the backdrop of the "Bashika camp". Abadi is well aware that relations between countries do not go in a straight line. At the international level, since his arrival in Iraq, Abadi has enjoyed international support, foremost of which is the support of the United States of America, both under the former US administration and the current administration of Donald Trump, and the support of the European Union, led by Germany and France. Abadi leads the next election alliance Abadi in the list of "Iraq's victory coalition, which includes 40 entities, to become the largest alliances that will run in the next election." The alliance "Victory Iraq is a cross-sectarian, combining streams of all components of the Iraqi people. Abadi stressed that "the victory coalition is cross-sectarianism, discrimination and discrimination," calling on political entities to join him. "It is time to harvest victory and start a new era and a better life for our future generations. Our national and human wealth will make Iraq one of the most stable and prosperous countries if we choose the path and the best intentions." The newspaper "The Wall Street Journal" in a report published, the survival of Prime Minister Haider Abadi in office after the next election, noting that the alliances after May, which will decide the form of the next government. "The multiplicity of political forces and fragmentation of the Iraqi parliamentary system means that post-election bargaining is what determines the course of the state rather than the elections themselves," the paper said in its report. "The election results in another coalition government headed by Abbadi, and there is no coherent opposition that can easily outperform him," said Fanar Haddad, an Iraqi political expert at the National University of Singapore, who was quoted as saying that "because of Haidar al-Abadi's achievements internally and externally, "Foreign policy" specialized in international and international political affairs Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi as one of the most prominent global thinkers. Professor Fukuyama, a professor of economics and politics, wrote in a commentary on the choice of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in Foreign Policy magazine 2017, saying Iraq could turn into an unexpected success story. According to an article by the American writer David Kniar that Abadi could return Iraq uniformly. Abadi has faced the most difficult work in the complex map of the Middle East, making his achievements remarkable successes never seen before, and over the past years, he was able to expel the organization calling for the terrorist from all Iraqi cities, and launched the broadest plan to implement a campaign against corruption in State sectors and institutions. The newspaper pointed to the role of Abadi, the main and influential in preventing Iraq from being dragged or made a battlefield for regional conflicts, drawing the domestic political map wisely and accurately. Abadi was able to collect the political components of Iraq, which political opponents could not abort. The newspaper said that Abadi's attempt to keep Iraq united requires him to fight more than terrorists. In October, after the Kurds held a referendum on independence, he launched a successful operation to restore the oil-rich Kirkuk region of the Peshmerga and extended the "hand of peace" to the Kurdish citizens and preserve their lives, "Any attack on the Kurds is an attack on us," he said on October 17 in response to Kurdish incidents. The newspaper said that these moves are a higher example in the philosophy of wisdom Abadi. Center for Economic Studies and Research Center

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