Parliamentary Integrity: 13 thousand files of corruption have been disabled since 2003
A member of the Integrity Committee Sabah al-Ukaili, Sunday, the existence of 13 thousand files of corruption has not been resolved since 2003 until now, noting that the priorities of our work during the next phase to open all these files without fear or political courtesy.
He said in a statement, "There are 13 thousand files have been disabled since 2003 and it is time to re-open and follow up with the executive bodies and the disclosure of entities and figures convicted of corruption issues, whatever their party affiliation."
He added that "the priorities of our work during the next phase to open all these files without fear or political courtesy at the expense of the theft of our people," pointing to "the existence of problems and pressures facing our work in the Committee."
The head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Faik Zidane, issued a number of directives last week to contribute to the rapid completion of anti-corruption issues. Finished / 25 h
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]