[size=36]Abadi: Abdul Mahdi's government fled two officials who had been detained[/size]
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revealed the former Prime Minister, Haider al-Abadi, on Monday, that the current government smuggled two officials who were detained as a result of the absence of anti-corruption mechanisms have.
Abadi said: "We need a system to combat corruption, and this requires an impartial judiciary, because without that we do not benefit, as we need procedural (criminal) such as murder, to find out the corrupt actor if it is vague, in order not to get wrong in the decision of the verdict, Because in the wrong decision two strikes, one is to allow the real corrupt to escape, and the second is to arrest innocent people from corruption. "
He added that "in Iraq corruption in it, institutional corruption, as a result of political parties own economic committees as well as corruption of influential figures in the state."
Abadi continued: "At the end of 2016, we formed a Higher Council for Combating Corruption, and my work with the Council lasted two years, as well as the current Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, working on this, which represents a strategic issue in the fight against corruption, has been hired international experts and international cooperation to detect The corrupt funds and their real estate outside Iraq, as well as the technological follow-up through the information network to detect their contacts and dealings with their peers, and this is a technical way to prosecute the corrupt.
He explained that, "This is why many officials were arrested, including two former ministers brought to Iraq, while the current government smuggled two officials who were detained, as a result of the absence of anti-corruption mechanisms have."