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    The Federal Court talks about corruption in Iraq and sets a condition for ending it

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    The Federal Court talks about corruption in Iraq and sets a condition for ending it Empty The Federal Court talks about corruption in Iraq and sets a condition for ending it

    Post by Rocky Sun 01 Jan 2023, 4:52 am

    The Federal Court talks about corruption in Iraq and sets a condition for ending it

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    Economy News-Baghdad
    On Sunday, the President of the Federal Supreme Court, Jassem Muhammad Abboud, spoke about the causes of widespread corruption in Iraq, stressing that it is practiced by junior and senior employees.  
    Abboud said in an interview with the Iraqi News Agency, which was seen by "Al-Iqtisad News", that "corruption in Iraq is of two types: large and small," noting that "small corruption is what is committed by junior employees, and this leads to the loss of confidence of the Iraqi citizen in the public office, so Now most Iraqi citizens have lost their confidence in the public office, although sometimes there are a large number of employees who enjoy high integrity, but this culture is currently prevalent in Iraqi society based on foundations that led to the spread of this culture.
    He pointed out that "for example, when an Iraqi citizen goes to any of the state departments, he is exposed to blackmail in order for his transaction to be completed. This corruption led to the citizen's loss of confidence in the public office, while the administrative system in Iraq was one of the most prominent administrative systems in the Middle East." Pointing out that "great corruption is committed by senior officials or by some political parties. This corruption is what impedes state building."
    And he indicated that "the failure to find a real national strategy and intention to fight corruption is the reason for not putting an end to this corruption, and therefore when there is a real political intention to end corruption, it will end, and when we do not find this real intention, this corruption will not end."


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