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Parliament intends to open the file, "Sakr Baghdad"

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Parliament intends to open the file, "Sakr Baghdad"

Post by RamblerNash on Tue Oct 09, 2018 9:50 am

Parliament intends to open the file, "Sakr Baghdad"

09-10-2018 02:42 PM

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The deputy of the Coalition of Construction Karim Aliwi, on Tuesday, the House of Representatives to open all files that hover around suspicions of corruption, one file, "Sakr Baghdad," indicating that the Parliament will host the ministers every three months in order to see what they submitted and accounting for those who fail them.

Alawi said in a press statement that "there is a tendency to approve the laws that are stalled, as signatures were collected in order to bring the ministers every three months to the parliament to clarify their work plan and a statement to the people and accountability of those who defaulted them," noting that "the parliament is working to address outstanding issues in previous governments "He said.

He added that "there is a tendency to recover the money that was wasted through research and investigation and referral of the questionnaire to the integrity of the investigation, especially the money spent on electricity and municipal projects in addition to the money spent by the Council of Ministers and funds collected from citizens for the project of Baghdad falcon.

He explained that the parliamentary committees, especially integrity will work on the money spent during the previous budgets, through which will be known to the defaulters and refer them to the competent authorities to take the necessary action against them, where will open the files of corruption and hovering around that one file falcon Baghdad, which spent billions of dinars "He said.

He pointed out that "the current prime minister, Haidar al-Abadi, is prevented from combating corruption and will be applied in the new government, because Abadi was not the desired force despite granting him all powers."


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