Deputy: Most of Abdul-Mahdi's anti-corruption claimants are themselves involved
MP Hassan Salem said that most of the demands of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to fight corruption are themselves involved through their ministers, agents and directors.
He pointed out that "these are putting pressure on the control and judicial organs not to hold accountable corrupt parties and their blocs."
Salem added that "what is being put in the media on corruption files is bidding and exerting pressure to get gains and benefits." If there is real seriousness to fight corruption, parties and blocs should declare innocence from their cadres involved in corruption and make the judiciary take its role in holding them accountable.
He added that "this will not happen because the money of the Iraqi people, which was stolen divide rates to the thief and the rest of his party and his bloc and this according to their concept a successful minister or agent or director because he got spoils and funds for the party or the bloc," adding that "the fight against corruption and accountability in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] applies to the independent official, but Not every weak independent. "
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