Baghdad - Conscious - Nour al-Zaidi
Today, Wednesday, the National Wisdom Movement affirmed that the government is continuing to fight corruption in a real way, under the penalty of law and institutions .
A member of the movement, Rahim Al-Aboudi, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "Targeting corruption does not concern a specific governorate, institution, or specific people, but it is directed at all corrupt people, regardless of political orientation, governorate, religion, or sect."
Al-Aboudi stressed, "The need for there not be a tendency towards preserving corruption whales or adopting and defending them," explaining that "the government is continuing to fight corruption in a real way and under the law and institutions."
He continued, "Iraqi society is the most affected by corruption, and the people's support for the government is the success factor in eliminating corruption, and the fight must be real, not media, and justice must be present in all institutions."
He added, "Corruption files are large and many in all successive governments, and the legacy that this government bears is great, and law and justice must be present in the direction of any file, and that there be no one who is higher than the law, and that there is no fighting and political courtesies or political parties that support those who are done." Convicted in corruption cases.
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