[size=30]Adel Abdul Mahdi: The gambling hall campaign is part of Iraq's international obligations and led to the discovery of corruption[/size]
August 10, 2019 | 9:11 AM | Views
Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief Adel Abdul Mahdi said Friday that the closure of roulette and gambling halls is part of Iraq's international obligations to combat money laundering, revealing recent arrests that led to the discovery of other corruption.
Abdul-Mahdi said in a televised interview and followed by Sada agency, that gambling halls, roulette and liquor places "are basically unlicensed and was the purpose of money laundering," noting that the recent campaign against it is "part of the fight against corruption and part of Iraq's obligations with international institutions on money laundering." .
He added that the arrests that took place in connection with money laundering led to the discovery of other acts of corruption related to human organs and oil smuggling. Oil. ”
The Prime Minister said in his speech that "the localization of salaries comes within the attempts to tighten the corruption more and more."