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The Prime Minister: The offices of the public inspectors have been wasted from the public money abou

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The Prime Minister: The offices of the public inspectors have been wasted from the public money abou Empty The Prime Minister: The offices of the public inspectors have been wasted from the public money abou

Post by rocky Wed 06 Dec 2017, 4:29 am

The Prime Minister: The offices of the public inspectors have been wasted from the public money about ten times as much as the offices themselves
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Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi, yesterday, the Supreme Council for the fight against corruption to resolve the files in his possession and lifting the obstacles that prevent the resolution of many of the issues lagging to recover money and bring corrupt to justice, pointing to the importance of resolving the files of corruption. 
"The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption held its regular meeting yesterday under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi and in the presence of all the members of the council," the press office said. "The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption reviewed during the meeting the amounts provided by the offices of the general inspectors The result of 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 pointed out that "the Council has stopped the achievements of the national team to follow up the recommendations of international investigation experts, which revealed cases of corruption, embezzlement or forgery," noting that "Abadi continued to follow up these issues and support the work of the national team in the field to ensure a transparent administrative investigation "He said. 
He continued that "Abadi should go on the approach adopted by the government in the fight against corruption and the prosecution of spoilers, pointing to the importance of resolving the files of corruption and the verification of the accuracy of information on them and to hold accountable corrupt people who steal public money or waste. 
He pointed out that "in view of 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 directed (Prime Minister Haider Abadi) to subject the offices of the inspectors general training courses to avoid the qualitative weaknesses revealed by the results of the evaluation.
The statement concluded by saying 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 cases of poor recovery of funds and bringing corrupt to eliminate





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