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    Deputy: Officials sentenced to corruption cases serving their sentence in the Green Zone!

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    Post by Rocky Sun 24 Dec 2017, 7:37 am

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    Deputy: Officials sentenced to corruption cases serving their sentence in the Green Zone!






    A former deputy has revealed the detention of officials accused of corruption in a security center inside the government box in the Green Zone in Baghdad, who were sentenced to prison terms.
    The former deputy of the coalition of Sunni forces, Mohammed Salman al-Tai said that he found former Baghdad Secretary Saber al-Issawi and the head of the Basra provincial council Sabah al-Bazzouni and former governor of Diyala Omar al-Hamiri and a number of other Iraqi officials are in a security center prepared as a prison for ministers and senior government officials who are sentenced by the Iraqi judiciary The former deputy of the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi said that hundreds of files are ready, and senior officials will be behind bars soon, pointing out that decisions to fight corruption will hit the Iraqi street.Al-Taie said that he learned through the interview with Abbadi that money experts from Britain and the United States and specialized international organizations carefully studied the files of corruption and followed the movement of Iraqi money since 2003 and seized the amounts smuggled and examined the reconstruction contracts and created transactions involving fraud or bribes were all Files to the Iraqi courts, which will be considered successively in a short period.
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