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Post by claud39 on Thu Nov 21, 2019 1:06 pm

Economists: The Biggest Corruption Exists In The Central Bank And Currency Auction


 November 21, 2019



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Economists expressed their opinion on the actions of the Iraqi Integrity Commission on fighting corruption and corrupt in the Iraqi state, indicating that it dropped the secondary figures and left the "big", stressing that the largest corruption exists in the central bank and auction currency.


The Iraqi economic expert, Majid al-Suri, in a press statement followed by the "independent" on Wednesday, "The corruption files that have been raised are just simple issues in the large corruption files that concern projects in most state institutions."


He added, “to go back to the reports of the Audit Bureau since 2005 and so far, there is a fixation of very large cases of corruption, especially with regard to the file of electricity and defense deals and the entry of ISIS, and these very large files of corruption shaking thrones, but unfortunately not addressed, because Senior officials are involved and cannot condemn themselves.

He pointed out that "one of the main causes of corruption is the lack of real institutions in the Iraqi state, as evidenced by the contradiction between the ministries and their decisions, as well as the lack of application of laws, including the law on financial management and public debt, which has not been applied since 2003 and so far."

For his part, said professor of economics at the University of Wasit Ahmed al-Atwani, "the pursuit of the figures involved in corruption is much more important than the follow-up of corruption sites to catch young corrupt," pointing out that "quotas made the fight against corruption difficult."

He added, "The largest corruption exists in the central bank and auction currency, but those files are difficult to disclose because the corrupt have wide ways to circumvent in this framework."

He pointed out that "the size of corruption is estimated at 183 billion dollars, but the failure to follow up on these files due to structural imbalance in anti-corruption bodies."

The professor of political science at the University of Baghdad, Atheer al-Jasser, in a statement :, "The presentation of these files at the moment can not be read only in the context of absorbing public anger, and can not be taken seriously."

"If the Palestinian Authority wanted to succeed in absorbing the anger, it would have toppled the big political figures and the president involved in corruption cases."

He pointed out that "there is no longer any confidence between the Iraqi street and governments, and put corruption files in any formula will not only push Iraqis to question what is hidden from those files," pointing out that "the most important question now is who is held accountable?" There is a state of distrust of the entire political class. There is no confidence in its seriousness in the anti-corruption process. ”


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