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Parliamentary integrity: Abadi did not open many files of corruption important .. These are the most

Post by rocky on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 4:09 am

Parliamentary integrity: Abadi did not open many files of corruption important .. These are the most prominent
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Member of the Integrity Committee in the House of Representatives Taha Defensive, the Prime Minister, Haider Abadi, did not open a lot of important corruption files, while talking about the obstruction of the anti-corruption campaign by "Mafiyat." 

The defense said that "Abbadi did not open many files on financial and administrative corruption, which are important to government institutions and parties, including the file of contracts to equip the army with weapons and falsification of state property and the ownership of agricultural land outside the controls by some parties." 

He added that "and files of corruption, the recovery of Iraq's money smuggled abroad and the escape of some officials outside Iraq and involved in suspicious transactions." 

And on the efforts of Parliament to decide on files of corruption, the defense deputy that "the investigative committees formed by the House of Representatives on these files, did not take their way to achieve and raise the results or accountability of those involved.

The defense revealed "the existence of large mafias impede the anti-corruption operations in Iraq." 

After taking office in the second half of 2014, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi launched a crackdown on corruption in Iraq, which has been accumulating in the ranks of the Integrity and Justice Commission since the first interim government in the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003 to this day. 

Abadi's move came after the thousands of Iraqis took to the streets since the summer of 2015, and continued their exit until these days, demanding the "purge" of state institutions of corruption, but these demands are still locked in the Prime Minister's drawer. 



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