Parliamentary Integrity: reforms are still weak and will soon overthrow the heads of major corruption

The chief of the Parliamentary Integrity Talal Zobaie, said that reforms of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi against corruption is still weak, noting that "the days will see the direction the ouster of big heads." He said Zobaie told all of Iraq [where] that "the difficult task Abadi, especially given that the heavy legacy in the fight against corruption and mafia corruption in many government departments," noting that "reforms Abadi towards corruption and weak preliminary and did not check Touh Iraqis." He added that "there are ongoing interaction with the Integrity Commission to form a field committees to follow up on corruption cases, and that the phenomenon of the formation of the supervisory committees precedent are new terms began to take nature of supervisory pure.
"He said Zobaie that" the judiciary began to bring a lot of ministers, agents and general managers, and that the coming days will witness uncover the truth of the corrupt in the country as well as the ouster of the heads of adult corruption and their associates who are in some ministries ".