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Al-Oqabi: Most special grade candidates have signs of corruption and the government is paralyzed

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Post by rocky on Tue Aug 27, 2019 3:33 am


Al-Oqabi: Most special grade candidates have signs of corruption and the government is paralyzed

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Al-Maalouma / Baghdad .. 
Between the deputy of the Building Alliance Hussein al-Oqabi, Tuesday, that most of the candidates for the special grades on suspicion of corruption or ineligible to assume these positions, pointing out that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  become paralyzed due to lack of proper implementation of the law. 
Al-Oqabi said in a statement to Al-Maalouma that if the government is transparent, it will settle the file of the special grades, but it will not be able to do so because of the dominance of a certain influential party within it and the majority of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  . 
He added that "the options presented for the special grades have a lot of points and observations, although there are some good candidates for these positions, but the bulk of the candidates are not qualified for these positions, and have indicators of corruption."
Al-Oqabi explained that "the capabilities of the state are linked to the bodies and the executive authority, as these institutions need competent personalities in order to manage the country properly," stressing that "the country is paralyzed and unable to make a sound administrative decision in the interest of the Iraqi people, especially with regard to non-implementation of items Budget. ” Finished / 25 N.


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