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Politicians in response to Abadi .. Anti-corruption reforms exclude the "whales" and come from the b

Post by rocky on Thu 09 Aug 2018, 6:53 am

Politicians in response to Abadi .. Anti-corruption reforms exclude the "whales" and come from the back of the young
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Politicians in response to Abadi .. Anti-corruption reforms exclude the "whales" and come from the back of the youngBaghdad / Follow-up Sky Press
Politicians close to the decision-making circle have commented on the lists of officials accused of corruption cases issued by the Council of Ministers and referred them to the Integrity Commission. While the lists included more than 5,000 Iraqi officials, well-informed sources said Ebadi's anti-corruption reforms affected young officials and excludes adult whales. 
"The prime minister, Haider al-Abadi, is insulting him through unfounded accusations," said former minister Mohammad al-Darraji during a television interview. "He was the best to transfer ministers and corrupt officials in cases of auction and manipulation of currency and banks, . 
For his part, a senior member of the National Alliance, who preferred not to be identified, said that "Abadi marketed himself through these propaganda, as a result of the decline of popularity and lack of luck to compete for the presidency of the next government."
While a former deputy of the Sadrist movement, "Everyone remembers the year 2015 when Mr. Abadi told the people that the war on corruption began and will not stop until the fall of the last corrupt official, but none of that did not happen." 
While some pointed out that the reform of Abadi by fighting corrupt people from the appearance of young officials and excludes the major players in the theft of public money. 
While another commented by saying, "Abadi is unable to prosecute or hold the heads of blocs and the main culprits in corruption in the country." 
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced on Tuesday that 15 senior officials - three former ministers and 12 general managers - would be referred to the Integrity Commission on charges of corruption, while his office recently published a new list of 5,000 corrupt officials, according to the Abbadi office.





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