In this context, officials and observers questioned the ability of Abadi to stand in the face of these entities, or to try to reveal their files, as the link and strength of these entities, no less than the strength of the state, which forced Abbadi not to clash with them, and silence on corruption.
"Abadi, who announced several months ago the war on corruption, has a lot of dangerous files belonging to all Iraqi ministries, and belongs to a large number of officials with power and authority," he said, noting that "since then he has formed special committees to study these files , And how to move legally on them. "
He stressed that "these committees have submitted their reports to Abadi, for some time, but did not open those files, and was not investigated."
Despite Abadi's declaration of "war on corruption" several months ago, this war has produced few results. Every day new files on corruption are revealed, but they are folded without any investigation.
The member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, MP Alia Nassif, called on the Integrity Commission to "complete the investigation into 25 files of corruption in the Ministry of Defense, under the authority of its minister, article Khaled Obeidi," indicating in a press statement that "the investigation has been completed so far. The file of the contract with the two companies, Poli and Norenko China, and the former minister and the former director of equipment and armaments, the team Hadi Adab, was convicted of irregularities.
She stressed that "this file is among the 26 files of corruption in the ministry, has been referred to the investigation."
She also revealed that "the possession of Iraq tea plantation in Vietnam, the marketing of production to companies in other countries, owned by corrupt in the Iraqi Ministry of Commerce," indicating that "there is a factory for packing attached to the farm, which are profitable to corrupt.
"The inability of regulators to prosecute corrupt people in the Ministry of Commerce, which has become a profitable institution aimed at benefiting the whales of corruption."
And called for "the opening of an investigation on how to manage the tea farm of Iraq, and to reveal the results to public opinion."
Officials also stressed there was no real intention on the part of the government to stamp out corruption.
"To date, Iraq has not been able to achieve transparency in the management of its institutions, despite the need for the country to achieve this goal, through which many crises are overcome," said MP Abdul Qadir Mohammed. Economic burden on them. "
He said that "we lack the real intention to achieve the principle of transparency and fight corruption, and if there was a real intention by the government, Iraq would have taken steps forward in eliminating the scourge of corruption and spoilers, and had achieved a lot for the people."
In turn, the MP in the Parliament, Mutashar al-Samarrai, in a press statement, that "there is financial and administrative corruption in the country, especially within the committees of the parliament, and there is no real plan to address it," stressing that "most deals are managed by a deputy or a number of deputies From different blocs, to agree to blackmail a minister, through questioning, in order to obtain personal benefits. "
He pointed out that "there are many files of interrogation were on the agendas of Parliament, during the last period," stressing that "these interrogations were postponed several times, for unintended and unintentional reasons."
The "battle of corruption" has become one of the most difficult battles in Iraq, at a time when the government is unable to move forward. Officials said that "corruption is stronger than the state, and that the sponsors can not approach it."
The leader of the civil current, Haitham al-Faraji, that "Abadi does not have a clear strategy to fight corruption, his war, announced for months, did not exceed statements," noting that "all files that have evidence to convict officials, did not approach them" .
He stressed that "the files of fictitious jobs, government appointments, smuggled money, state real estate, smuggling, drugs and other files, Abadi could not open any of them, except through speech only," stressing that "mafia corruption built in the country over more From 13 years, and that the perpetrators pose a threat to anyone approaching them, although Abadi himself. "
"It seems that the fate of Iraq will continue to sink into the depths of corruption, and that this war with the corrupt is a failed war with no results, and that the remaining period of the government, less than two months, is not enough to provide anything in this context, Which means that these files will be left to the next government "
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