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Two Dangerous Files On The Parliamentary Integrity Table

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Post by rocky Wed 15 Jun 2022, 5:47 am

[size=38]Two Dangerous Files On The Parliamentary Integrity Table
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Information / Baghdad.
On Tuesday, the Parliamentary Integrity Committee revealed the imminent opening of a number of files related to suspicions of corruption related to the work of the ration card and curricula.
Committee member Ahmed Al-Rubaie said in a statement to "Al-Maalouma" that "the Parliamentary Integrity Committee is studying the presentation of a number of files of suspicions of corruption related to the file of the ration card and the file of printing the school curricula in the Ministry of Education."
He added, "The committee is determined to open all corruption files without any hesitation," noting that "corruption is unnaturally widespread within the corridors of state departments and institutions."
He explained that "work is underway to open all corruption files, especially as they need time to be audited."
Earlier, a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee Hadi Al-Salami held the Integrity Commission responsible for the apparent reluctance to deal with the referred corruption files, noting that there was a clear slowdown in the initiation of opening corruption files. finished / 25 h
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