- [ltr] September 22, 2019 -[/ltr]
BAGHDAD / SUMMER NEWS The MP on the bloc of Saeron Mohammed al-Ghazi, on Sunday, for a number of reasons prompted the House of Representatives to move forward to legislation to abolish the offices of general inspectors. Al-Ghazzi told the National News Center, "The political blocs agreed to cancel the order 57 issued by the coalition authority occupied in 2005 to form the offices of general inspectors." He explained that "those blocks I reviewed the oversight circles, including the Inspector General and the offices of inspectors general and received a full assessment of its concept and the extent of its pros and cons." "Given the increase in the number of employees and the slackness and overlap between the Public Prosecution Law and the law of inspectors' offices and the need to break this overlap, the House of Representatives decided to move forward to legislate the law to cancel the offices of general inspectors."
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