[size=36]The Anti-Corruption Council discusses the file of border ports and smuggling of oil and drugs[/size]
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The Supreme Council for the fight against corruption held its 11th meeting under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi and the presence of members.
"The council referred to the accusations against government officials in the media and the means of social communication by parties and persons, regardless of their names and job descriptions, and demanded the need to provide evidence of these charges to the Supreme Council for Fighting," a statement from the Prime Minister's Office said. Corruption within a period of two weeks and otherwise the Council retains legal proceedings against the perpetrators of the charges. "
The Council considered many of the issues on its agenda. "The Council listened to the report of the Integrity Commission regarding unions, unions and private colleges, and the contents of this file are in contradiction to the laws, regulations and instructions in place. .
He also discussed "the progress of the work of the committee charged with the inventory of state real estate and the measures taken in this regard and directed to complete its work and expedite the submission of the final report."
He also discussed "the extensive file of corruption and smuggling in the field of oil and drugs and border crossings and the development of serious treatments to encircle these operations and reduce them and severely beating on their networks."
The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption praised "the role of government institutions, civil society organizations and people who support the Council and its role in coordinating the efforts of judicial, supervisory and inspection institutions"