It seems that last week's announcement [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] that he would not tolerate stealing public funds and his determination to control border crossings, which many Iraqis consider wasteland, corruption and smuggling, beginning to expand. After the joint Iraqi operations command took full control of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , it began allocating security forces to be deployed at all outlets, the size of which will be according to the nature of each outlet, according to what was announced in a statement Saturday.
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After 4 days have passed since the kidnapping of the German activist, Haile Mavis, the security forces announced in a brief statement, Friday, their release ...
And she explained that the responsibility to protect all the outlets was distributed to the Iraqi army units, in order to combat abuses and corruption and wasting public money.
It also pointed out that 10 land and 4 seaports are now under the protection of the security forces, which are empowered with all legal powers, to hold accountable any case of abuse and from whichever side it came from.Public money will not be stolen!
Al-Kazimi had stressed, two weeks ago, that he would not allow the theft of public money at border crossings. Speaking from the Mandali border crossing, he added, "The stage of restoring order and law has begun and we will not allow the theft of public money in the outlets."
He also stressed that "the customs campus is under the protection of the military forces," noting that "his visit to the outlet is a clear message to all the corrupt that you no longer have a foothold in the entire border crossings and that all departments work to fight corruption, because it is a popular demand."
This comes at a time when the Prime Minister seeks to combat corruption in his country, and arms escapes, although he faced a fierce attack recently by some pro-Iranian factions, against the backdrop of a raid by an anti-terror agency last month of a center affiliated with the Iraqi Hezbollah Brigades, on The background to the missile issue, which affected a number of military bases that include American forces