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    Abadi directs the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption to resolve the files in its possession

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    Abadi directs the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption to resolve the files in its possession Empty Abadi directs the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption to resolve the files in its possession

    Post by Rocky Tue 05 Dec 2017, 2:21 am

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    Trend Press / Baghdad
     
    Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi directed the Supreme Council to fight corruption by resolving the files in his possession and lifting the obstacles and obstacles that prevent the resolution of many of the issues of slow recovery of funds and bringing corrupt to justice.
     
    "The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption held its regular meeting on Monday evening under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and in the presence of all members of the council," a statement issued by the prime minister's office said.
     
    He added that "Abadi directed the Supreme Council to combat corruption by resolving the files in his possession and lifting the obstacles and obstacles that prevent the resolution of many of the issues of slow recovery of funds and bringing corrupt to justice."
     
    "The importance of resolving major corruption files and verifying the accuracy of their information, in order to hold accountable corrupt people who cause theft or waste of public money," Abadi said.
     
    He continued that "Abadi briefed on the detailed presentation of the level of performance of the offices of public inspectors submitted independently by the Public Integrity Commission and the Financial Control Bureau." Abadi called for "subjecting the offices of public inspectors to specific training courses to avoid the weaknesses revealed by the evaluation results."
     
    The statement pointed out that "the Supreme Council for the fight against corruption was briefed during the meeting on the amounts provided by the offices of public inspectors, resulting from the detection of corruption or stop the waste of public money, which represents more than ten times what the offices themselves spend within its budget.
     
    He explained that "the Council stood on the achievements achieved by the national team in the field to follow up the recommendations of international investigation experts, which revealed cases of corruption or embezzlement or fraud." "Abadi continued to follow up these issues and support the work of the national team in the field to ensure a transparent administrative investigation."

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