Parliamentary integrity moves to cancel the offices of inspectors during the next legislative term
18:20 - 22/08/2019
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The Parliamentary Integrity Committee announced on Thursday moves to abolish the offices of general inspectors during the next legislative term.
A member of the Integrity Committee Abdul Amir al-Mayahi to / information / that "the presence of the offices of inspectors in ministries and bodies is the acquisition of the work of the House of Representatives."
He added that "most of the inspectors are fully aware of the corruption of ministers, agents and general managers and is unable to hold accountable only young employees," considering their presence "a link in the circles of administrative corruption."
He explained that "the offices of inspectors and the Supreme Council against Corruption is the acquisition of the work of Parliament and obstruction to detect corruption and there are those who encourage their survival," pointing out that "Integrity Commission is determined, through legal legislation, to abolish the offices of general inspectors in all ministries and bodies."