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Parliamentary Finance: Anti-Corruption Council "Overcap" and the government to arrest the corrupt

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Post by claud39 on Fri Feb 01, 2019 10:44 am

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Parliamentary Finance: Anti-Corruption Council "Overcap" and the government to arrest the corrupt


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Al-Nour News / Baghdad 


criticized the member of the Finance Committee Representative Hoshyar Abdullah, the formation of an anti-corruption council, indicating that this Council will become an overburden requiring financial allocations and contribute to the increase of corruption rather than fight, indicating that the fight against corruption does not need this Council, but need to force and courage and not hesitate In the arrest and trial of corrupt senior officials.


"The formation of the anti-corruption council is a wrong step in terms of strategy, which contributes to increasing institutional slowness in the Iraqi state because it is an excessive administrative ring to create new positions for unemployed people," Abdullah said in a statement received by Al-Nour News. The step of empty and consumer media propaganda to say that the government is fighting corruption, while this council is itself another step to expand corruption. "

He explained that "one of the most important problems experienced by the state is the presence of a large number of bodies and religious endowments, councils and centers, all linked to the Council of Ministers as if a state within a state, in addition to the bodies overlap or intersect with other bodies or with the Council of Ministers, To the financial allocations in the budget, and this Council will be called for financial allocations in the next budget as well, and therefore we hoped there would be a reduction in these institutions rather than increase, noting that the vast majority of them do not provide imports, but take allocations and cause an increase in government spending.

"The fight against corruption in the first place needs strong and firm will and no fear of any party supporting the corrupt official. Corruption is crystal clear. If you ask any simple citizen in the street about the names of corrupt people, he will tell you. The biggest proportion of corruption is in the executive branch. The institutions that have corruption and corrupt people in the previous government are known and there is no need to investigate and search for them. All that is required is (dare) the Iraqi government to arrest them and bring them to justice to receive their fair punishment. "

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Post by Jayzze on Fri Feb 01, 2019 6:40 pm

are they going to start arrest people who steal camels first since they do not have the balls to arrest the heart of the problem malaki
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