Alia Nassif describes a book issued by the Anti-Corruption Council as a lifeline for the corrupt
Al-Nour News / Baghdad
described Deputy High Nassif books issued by the so-called Anti-Corruption Council, including giving representatives of the people 14 days to provide evidence of corruption in a number of ministries as "a failed attempt to extend the lifeline of the corrupt"
"The evidence has already been forwarded to the Public Prosecution and the Integrity Commission, and the person who runs the so-called anti-corruption council, which is signed on behalf of the prime minister, can obtain it (through the tools of its new council) if it really seeks to fight corruption."
The members of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee represent the highest legislative authority and have their channels in the exercise of their supervisory work, as stipulated by the Constitution and the internal rules of the House of Representatives, through a hosting, clarification, inquiry, inquiry, evidence, information, investigation, interrogation and referral. Their files through the outputs to channels that have relevance to their work of public prosecution and integrity, and these procedures are in place in all parliaments of the world. "
Nassif added: "The new innovations to guide writers to the people to provide them with files that have already been forwarded to the competent authorities, this can be interpreted as an attempt to extend the lifeline of the corrupt and to reduce the power of the people and contempt for the Constitution, for example files of the Ministry of Defense has been referred to the Inspector General, Official, what is the role of this new Council? "
"What legal framework does an illegal council have and a person who runs it signs books on behalf of the prime minister and does not have legal status to overturn the highest legislative authority? "The prestige of the House of Representatives today is at stake because of a personality more than one who dares to address representatives of the people in this manner (the method of giving the deadline), which includes a clear abuse of the legislative authority requires a response by taking legal action."
Naseef, the president of the republic, the prime minister and the speaker of parliament (the highest legislative authority in the Iraqi state) demanded that the constitution be protected from climbers who violate it and expose themselves through the media as fighting corruption.