[size=36]Deputy on the abolition of the offices of inspectors: We got rid of a repressive tool to liquidate opponents and fabricate crimes[/size]
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promised MP Alia Nassif, Thursday, the abolition of the offices of general inspectors fall of the most important pillars of the castle of corruption, indicating that the will of the people won in this battle and will also win in the coming battles over the corrupt.
"Parliament's vote to cancel the offices of the inspectors is a victory for the will of the Iraqi people and the demolition of the most important and dangerous pillars in the castle of corruption, which some thought was almost impossible," Nassif said in a statement received.
She pointed out that "many of these offices were the headquarters of bargaining and the division of shares of commissions in exchange for silence on corrupt transactions, and many of the investigations were deliberately neglected and obscured, and then turned some offices into a repressive tool to liquidate opponents and fabricate crimes, innocent people and torture, and completely deviated from their role. The censors turn into a mafia.
Nassif called on the judiciary to "seize the files of the inspectors' offices. We have received information that there are attempts to brokerage on these files," calling on anyone who "was subjected to forced arrest, extortion or injustice to go to the courts to file a lawsuit against the offices of inspectors and illegal formations under their authority," With the importance of reservation on some of them until the delivery of their files and clearance of public funds.
"This victory is an important step in the path of reform and the elimination of corruption.