Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said on Sunday that Iraq has not been able to defeat the terrorist advocate without fighting corruption, adding that "there is a relationship between the corrupt and terrorism, and as we restore our country and land and our citizens we reaffirm our determination to protect public money. From his position. "
Abadi said in his speech at the opening of the sixth ministerial conference of the Arab Network for the Promotion of Integrity and Combating Corruption attended by the correspondent "Trend News": We will not hesitate to open any file of corruption, whether the defendant this person and then, and the corrupt know very well the seriousness of the work we do and the seriousness of them.
Abadi said that "the distribution of wealth in a fair manner is corruption and can not take the few wealth at the expense of the general public, stressing that we need a revolution to protect public money and achieve social justice and can not fight corruption by traditional methods, calling for a radical view to combat corruption, Reducing the steps we have taken to reduce the size of corruption, there are thousands of files of investigation opened in large cases have been referred to many of the defendants for investigation and integrity and issued a different judicial rulings against them.
Abadi stressed at the end of his speech on the "necessity of cooperation of citizens and that each citizen bears responsibility for detecting and reporting corruption and assisting the investigative committees and to strengthen the citizen's confidence in the regulatory and investigative bodies."
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