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Post by RamblerNash on Mon Aug 05, 2019 10:43 pm

Halabousi: Corruption can not be fought only system

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05-08-2019 10:09 PM

Baghdad / News:
Speaker of the House of Representatives Mohamed Halabousi, on Monday, that it is not possible to fight corruption, but a system of government control of a solid, noting that the law of oil and gas is necessary.

"The oil and gas law is necessary to resolve the crisis between Baghdad and Erbil," Halboussi said in a statement.

"The file of fighting corruption has destroyed the institutions of the state and can not continue to keep the link of the Office of Financial Supervision and the Integrity Commission with the legislative authority."

"In this session there are different things from the previous sessions and there are 101 draft laws," Halboussi said, noting that he "asked the government about the importance of laws."

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