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    Post by Rocky Sat 22 Apr 2023, 4:38 am

    [size=38]Corrupt security and administrative mechanisms have turned detention centers for corrupt seniors into 5-star hotels[/size]


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    Baghdad / Obelisk Al-Hadath: Hisham Al-Rikabi, advisor to the Iraqi Prime Minister, Muhammad Al-Sudani, expects that the escape of the former head of the Sunni Endowment Office, Saad Kambesh, will be a reason for a major revolution against the corrupt mechanisms adopted in detaining senior corrupt people.
    Al-Rikabi emphasized the start of uprooting the corrupt mechanisms that turned the detention centers of the senior corrupt into 5-star hotels, referring to the importance of dealing strictly with the looters of public money and applying the law regarding their accountability.
    There have been calls among Iraqis for the need to hold those involved in corruption accountable, and not to allow them to escape, in cooperation with corrupt networks they are associated with, especially since Iraq has a criminal justice system, and it does not lack the resources and capabilities available to combat the high rates of corruption and bribery.
    Iraqi engineer Subhi Sattar said on Facebook that he hoped strict measures would be taken to protect society and ensure fair punishments in the judicial system.
    Chancellor Al-Rikabi's tweet clearly indicates the problems of corruption in Iraq, and how they have become an existential challenge to the political system.
    Iraq does not lack the capabilities and material and human resources of the official bodies responsible for combating corruption, which nullifies all justifications for the lack of progress in the field of resolving files.
    On the path to progress on the path of integrity, legal guarantees must be strengthened to protect whistleblowers, witnesses, or victims of corruption.
    Fighting corruption requires international cooperation and exchange of information, and civil society organizations and independent media can be used to adequately investigate corruption.
    According to a government source told Al-Masalla, the government of Muhammad al-Sudani rejects any political, social or economic pressures to hide, ignore or downplay information related to corruption.
    Al-Sudani's government inherited a management system that focuses on important joints in the hands of political parties or a group of influential individuals, which led to the failure to prosecute those involved in corruption or conceal evidence related to them.
    The phenomenon of covering up those involved in corruption is a common phenomenon in many countries, and in Iraq, political parties have been pressing for not holding thieves of public money accountable.
    And in the event that the revolution of mechanisms in dealing with those involved in corruption, which Al-Rikabi announced, is launched, this will enhance confidence in government institutions and raise the status of law and justice in society.
    The underdevelopment of mechanisms to combat corruption and theft of public money constitutes a major challenge to limit the role of government positions in covering up corruption and plundering.
    Social expert Saad Musa talks about the mechanisms mentioned by Al-Rikabi, which will be strengthened by legal tools and political will to rectify the situation, enhance transparency and good governance in the government system, strengthen the role of independent community organizations and the press in monitoring and announcing corruption, and enhance awareness among society about the negative effects of corruption and the necessity of fight it.
    In the event that the legal system in Iraq will be applied strictly, this means giving up embracing the corrupt, and covering them up in prisons that are five-star hotels.
    The corrupt mechanisms that turned the detention centers of the senior corrupt into luxury hotels are among the major problems facing Iraq, especially since the files of corruption in Iraq are many and varied, and it requires extensive efforts to combat them and promote transparency, good governance and judicial justice.
     
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