[size=18]Deputy High Nassif, on Wednesday described the books issued by the so-called Anti-Corruption Council, including giving the representatives of the people 14 days to provide evidence of corruption in a number of ministries, as a failed attempt to extend the lifeline of the corrupt, asserting that the evidence has been referred to the prosecution And the Integrity Commission. The person who runs the so-called anti-corruption council and who signs on behalf of the prime minister can obtain it (through the tools of his or her newly created council) if he is really trying to fight corruption.