Nassif: The corruption system has become stronger than before and the government is powerless
A member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, Alia Nassif, said on Thursday that the judiciary has distanced itself from confronting corruption and has established itself as a substitute for the offices of the general inspectors.
"The judiciary failed the parliament when it apologized in an official letter on the replacement of public inspectors within ministries by the public prosecution offices," Nassif said in a statement.
She added that "corruption is political and the judiciary does not want to be part of that, prompting him to distance himself from this confrontation and therefore the judicial process makes the prime minister responsible for fighting corruption."
She explained that "the past 15 years have not seen any success for the offices of general inspectors, as corruption is no longer linked to the components, but it has become partisan and family and reached the narrowest range," noting that "the corruption system has become stronger than before and has a group of media workers who shine their images In addition to having money to close their cases. ”
Nassif, that "the indulgence of the Prime Minister in the will of political blocs to help him cross the quota bar, especially as the recent observation is the government's orientation to appease parties and political blocs through special grades."
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