Urgent Integrity: the judiciary will move many files, including al-Maliki & former ~
Urgent Parliamentary Integrity: the judiciary will move many files, including al-Maliki and former ministers [audio]
the Chairman of the Parliamentary Integrity, Talal Zobaie, the determination of the judiciary to investigate files relating to squandering of public money, by officials in the previous government, including former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki revealed.
Committee Chairman Talal Zobaie told all of Iraq [where] "We have a high coordination with the Supreme Judicial Council to speed up the resolution of files on the fight against corruption, which was placed on the drawers, but as a result of popular pressure there to pay to move it," adding that "in the coming days will be announced many of them.
"And that" these files the previous government concerning the Beginning of former Prime Minister [Nuri al-Maliki] and down for most of the former ministers about the waste of money ", adding that" the committee will host committees energy services and economy officials in the previous government in addition to these committees officials in the government current.
"Zobaie He pointed out that his committee will host also a former prime minister [Maliki] and the current [Haider al-Abadi] and all this within the Integrity Commission plan to diagnose the imbalance in the waste of Iraqi money."
He added that "the Parliamentary Integrity Committee has today directives on anti-corruption dramatically and there is coordination of high-level between the Integrity Commission and field committees in our committee, and we have visited a number of many ministries with investigators and auditors from the Integrity Commission for the ground on what is going on in the ministries and bugs where because of rampant corruption.
"The Integrity Commission, announced last Thursday, for achieved more than 13 000 issue registered only since the beginning of this year 2015, and between covered by the 13 ministers accused with those Badrjtah.
It is said that former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is facing charges with senior officers and military commanders in his government of involvement and dereliction in the fall of the city of Mosul, however, Daash in the summer of last year, according to the report of the parliamentary investigative committee, which was referred to the courts to complete the investigation of the fundamentalist Alqdah.anthy 2