Former head of integrity demands Abdul Mahdi to use his powers and powers to fight corruption
Faraj said in a press statement that the lesson is not in the number of referrals to the judiciary, but how many cases in which convictions were handed down, indicating that there is a process of misleading the media when referring to the number of references to the judiciary in large numbers and then being dilated or closed for lack of evidence, Is used when it is intended to either dilute the case or not to take into account all aspects because the mere referral of corruption cases and whatever number without sufficient evidence, the judiciary will close it and therefore the judge here will have one of the possibilities, either not convinced because of lack of evidence or an accomplice on the grounds that this issue did not All aspects of which are being completed.
"This means the acquittal of senior corrupters under this pretext, or even simple judgments on issues that may be simple, while those themselves may be convicted of large issues but their evidence has not been completed," he said.
Faraj pointed out that what is required of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, if the anti-corruption body is to play an important role and not merely an overburdened loop is to use its powers and powers to force integrity and to eliminate the achievement of a real final achievement in five major cases, Final provisions and not just referral 13 A integrity file can be easily dilute.
Faraj said that the prime minister must set priorities in the fight against corruption, not just quantitative work and a number language that could carry many disinformation.
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