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Iraqi Parliament Speaker Reveals 150 Ghost Employees within His Predecessor’s Office

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Post by rocky Tue 16 Oct 2018, 3:55 am

 Iraqi Parliament Speaker Reveals 150 Ghost Employees within His Predecessor’s Office






 Iraqi parliament speaker Mohammed al-Halbusi said on Monday that he has been put under a great political pressure after revealing that tens of ghost employees were amongst his predecessor Salim al-Jabouri’s office.
“I am under a lot of political pressure after discovering and revealing that a total of 150 ghost employees were within the office of Salim al-Jabouri, the former speaker of the parliament,” the newly elected parliament speaker said on his Twitter account on Monday.
He vowed to take every legal procedure in this regard, adding that he will launch a campaign to find more of such public servants who receive salaries but do not work.
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