Parliamentary integrity is preparing to open the files of "empires of corruption": they are hiding within the[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.][You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] |Yesterday, 21:46 |
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Today, Saturday, the head of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, Ziyad Al-Janabi, announced that his committee will hold a meeting tomorrow, Sunday, to discuss and open several files, indicating that there are heavy legacies, but they will work to “demolish “the empire of corruption in the ministries.”
Al-Janabi told (Baghdad Today) that "some ministries and departments need real follow-up and oversight. We have financial and administrative corruption, and we have a real program for the committee to monitor departments and ministries. There is a heavy legacy. We will work to start opening files."
Al-Janabi revealed, "There is a tendency of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani, in cooperation with Parliament and the Integrity Committee, to open corruption files and carry out real oversight of the executive departments, and the effort will be jointly between the legislative and executive authorities.”
Al-Janabi added, "The empires that worked on the deterioration of the economy, including parties within the government, consider themselves a red line because they have influential personalities, and this is what caused the deterioration of the country's situation, and therefore we will work to overthrow the corrupt, and the prime minister is serious about this issue.”