politics , 09/28/2023 10:14 Number of readings: 120
[rtl]Baghdad - Iraq Today:
A member of the State of Law Coalition, Saad Al-Muttalabi, described the approval of the Food Security and Emergency Law as a “systematic process of corruption,” and while identifying the parties benefiting from it, he explained the Integrity Commission's position on the law.
Al-Muttalabi said, in a press interview, “The food security law represents a process of systematic corruption and theft at a very high level, and large political parties participated in it. That is why the people did not see any achievements that were promised before the adoption of this law.”
He added, "The food law was approved illegally, and represents an extremely corrupt phenomenon," pointing out that "this law was passed during the time of Mustafa Al-Kadhimi's previous supportive government, and the groups and blocs that were of Al-Kadhimi benefited from it.”
A member of Al-Maliki's coalition explained, "There is serious movement by the Federal Integrity Commission towards the Food Security Law, and it is possible that matters will develop further, because some parties claim that the law is still in effect given the presence of some expenditures."
Al-Muttalabi expected, “There will be future accountability for everyone involved in stealing the funds of this law, if the parties are serious about appointing the Integrity Commission.”[/rtl]
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