Dr.. Fateh Abdul Salam
Undoubtedly, there is a link between the fact that Iraq occupies the forefront in the corruption ladder, and the establishment of An international conference in Baghdad to recover money from corrupt people abroad, and send a message signed by the Arab League and representatives of some international organizations to demand the collection of those billions of smuggled funds.
What is happening carries the most attractive, beautiful and important title, but the stolen money cannot be recovered through conferences. muftouhh chbh orchat alaml seatah alta taatuar aly ard almazid mn aloss alnzerah oualemvahem oualemstalhat, leetm Formulated on the last day of the conference in the form of recommendations, the conference organizers imagine that it will be a message It has an echo in the hearts of those who have anything to do with the looted money of Iraq or other countries.
And because corruption still maintains the pillars of its system in the country, there is no sense in returning looted funds to be established Others looted it as long as the procedures go through these vague and mysterious routine straits, which seem to be deliberately taking the roads. The indirect and twisted ways to get to a secondary thief may not have left much of the loot in his pocket, in While the big dinosaurs ate the flesh of the people.
Speech should be direct with specific capitals and with evidence and judicial rulings that condemn certain names and demand the world Immediately return the money in their possession to Baghdad. This requires not yielding to the logic of not violating political consensus and balance, and it requires high coordination between ministries and agencies. competent to track down thieves. The House of Representatives is also called to open the file in a deep, non-political and propaganda manner in order to restore the rights of a generation A complete Iraqi robbed.
What is happening is the firing of scattered sound bullets for intimidation, and not with a fatal shot towards the chest of corruption.