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    Substantial political support for anti-corruption measures

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    Post by rocky Tue 15 Aug 2017, 2:55 am

    Substantial political support for anti-corruption measures



    15/8/2017 1:06 am

    BAGHDAD / Shaima Rachid
    The government's announcement of an "open battle for the eradication of corruption" met with parliamentary praise, calling it a "national mission" amid calls for tough legal measures to stamp out the scourge.
    Saad al-Hadithi, spokesman for the Prime Minister's Information Office, confirmed yesterday, during the weekly press briefing, that «the Council of Ministers approved the draft law on graft, which comes in line with the government's intentions to find an integrated legal system to fight corruption, And to find an effective mechanism to reduce this serious problem that threatens the Iraqi economy and the structure of the state ».
    Al-Hadithi pointed out that the law came as an "update to the legislative and procedural anti-corruption system and to complete the government's courses of action that guarantee transparency, control and auditing, protect public funds and prevent the possibility of exploiting the job position in achieving or benefiting from the illegal gain to achieve personal benefits. Illegal enrichment at the expense of public funds under the burden of legal accountability and prosecution ».
    "State preventive measures aimed at eradicating the roots of corruption have been welcomed by parliamentarians." Member of Parliament Zahir al-Abadi praised such moves, which coincide with the military victories, calling for "activating the laws to combat corruption so that the goal and the march is clear and convey a message of reassurance to the citizen." .
    The MP Abadi said to «morning»: "The issue of war on corruption should not be an issue of media as much as it is the procedures, investigations, follow-up and accountability of the defaulters, because without taking action against each of his own, take public money or fail to manage some executive posts, there should be procedures."
    He stressed the importance of citizens to feel strict procedures do not allow the escape of all those who have files of corruption, indicating that there are many of the figures that have been sentenced and investigated files and reached the condemnation and they are now outside Iraq.
    He called on the concerned parties to take strict laws to curb corruption, urging that the regulatory authorities take their role and continuously reveal to the citizen about cases of corruption to deliver a message of reassurance, and must be placed competent figures in the right place.
    Parliament member Abdul Rahman al-Loizi said that the task of disclosing corruption files is an easy task if the real will is available. He welcomed the government's step in combating corruption, which he considered a "correct and bold step that paves the way for holding senior officials in the state accountable." Al- "The files are there, and many people, whether officials or ministers, because they are not convinced that there are penal laws involved in corruption, so starting to hold the corrupt accountable is perhaps a step that might put those who are above them accountable."
    He added that «fighting corruption is true and that adherence to this approach and not to target a political party without the last important thing so as not to suggest the issue as a target for a specific person», noting that this move would restore confidence between the government and the citizen and gives high credibility to the government's directions in this regard, That if the continuation of this campaign and the escalation of the pace will have a significant impact on the Iraqi street.
    As for the role of the parliament in this regard, Loizi said that every regulatory body and the authority of the authorities have the tools and tools of the parliament is the interrogation after collecting the evidence, adding that the interrogation is a means of control exercised by parliament under certain conditions, including the collection of signatures and the internal order. No one can accuse anyone without evidence.
    For his part, MP Abdul Hadi al-Saadawi, pointed out the need to activate important laws to reduce the phenomenon of corruption, notably activation of the law «Where you have it», noting that «the issue of fighting corruption is not easy but needs a long period». Al-Saadawi said in an interview with Al-Sabah: "There are effective and important steps that the government must work on. It is the disclosure of the account to each official to find out the sources of his money." For his part, MP Abdul Hadi al-Saadawi, pointed out the need to activate important laws to reduce the phenomenon of corruption, notably activation of the law «Where you have it», noting that «the issue of fighting corruption is not easy but needs a long period». Al-Saadawi said in an interview with Al-Sabah: "There are effective and important steps that the government must work on. It is the disclosure of the account to each official to find out the sources of his money." For his part, MP Abdul Hadi al-Saadawi, pointed out the need to activate important laws to reduce the phenomenon of corruption, notably activation of the law «Where you have it», noting that «the issue of fighting corruption is not easy but needs a long period».
    Al-Saadawi said in an interview with Al-Sabah: "There are effective and important steps that the government must work on. It is the disclosure of the account to each official to find out the sources of his money."

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