Parliamentary Integrity: The state does not have the will to fight corruption and political questioning
Release Date: 2017/8/8
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) MP for the Commission on Integrity Ardalan Nur al-Din said that the state does not have a strong management to combat corruption.
"There is a high level of coordination between our committee and the Integrity Commission, but the figures revealed are frightening and there are far larger numbers," Nur al-Din told AFP. "We are investigating many cases and there are some things that have not been controlled, Accountability of its officials for the lack of sufficient evidence. "
"This indicates that most corrupt people are fleeing because there are means to help escape." He called on the border crossings to "coordinate with the competent authorities to prevent the escape of those accused of corruption and theft of state funds abroad."
He added that "the policy of the state in this matter is a wrong policy and does not have a strong will to fight corruption, and it must be the fight against crime before it occurs; but the country's policy did not oppose the anti-corruption process was supposed to former ministers and those who have been revealed to be brought before the judiciary and are held accountable" .
He pointed out that "
The Commission on Integrity is not overloaded with the evidence revealed before the issuance of the order they flee abroad, so there must be coordination between the three authorities. " On the questioning of ministers within the parliament, Noureddine said that" all the interrogations that took place during this session or most of them are political interrogations more than it is legal proof that he was not held accountable for any minister before the courts so far. "
and the differences on Article 37 of the provinces and the special council elections in Kirkuk law Kurdish lawmaker explained that" the people of the province Aattabon us because they can not express their views like the rest of the components that are involved in the elections Reid , a special law for Kirkuk in order to disrupt the political process and local elections in this province , "he said.
He noted that" a series of meetings we have carried out in Baghdad and we reciprocated in Kirkuk and we will work day and night to find a final solution and avoid any special law for this province. "
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