[size=36]Parliament is in the process of forming a parliamentary committee to combat corruption[/size]
Political | 08:28 - 14/05/2019
Baghdad - Moazin News
The House of Representatives intends to form a special anti-corruption committee composed of all the committees affiliated with it, to be in support of the work of the judiciary and the Council of Ministers to eliminate this serious scourge.
"Corruption is a scourge in all the countries of the world, including the developed, but the situation is different in Iraq through the harmony of some control circles with these spoilers,
Al-Kaabi added that "the effective treatment to eliminate this scourge that has afflicted the community and the money is to diagnose it and find more effective laws than what is currently in place, and the methods of acquitting some of the figures accused of corruption and fining them part of what they stole and closing the file permanently and allowing him to go out to other countries to avoid prosecution. Oh ".
"The Supreme Council against Corruption, has not yet submitted any anti-corruption project to vote in the Council of Ministers," noting that "there must be new mechanisms for this, and attention to the existence of oversight and corruption side by side," stressing that " We have to come up with new things that are different from the past because they did not serve their purpose in the past years to fight the corrupt. "
Al-Kaabi pointed out that "the House of Representatives intends to form a special committee of the existing committees to combat corruption through follow-up and oversee the executive decisions that will be issued after that," noting that "this committee is different from what is in the Integrity Committee files of corruption."
A member of the House of Representatives Walid Sahlani, he pointed out that "
According to the newspaper, "Iraq needs an extraordinary effort to stop corruption and then treat it, because stopping it needs to review the routine in the state departments and delay transactions, which earns very significant benefits and access to specific parties and the money, 'making the subject very palatable" , Stressing that "all must replace this culture of corruption, which must be shared and supported by state institutions and civil society actors and imams of mosques and dignitaries of the regions to reject, denounce and denounce any corrupt act happening anywhere. Is 29 / a 43