Abadi Office: anti-corruption steps citizen shall feel its effects in the coming mon~
Abadi Office: anti-corruption steps citizen shall feel its effects in the coming months
By Mohammed Emad
Brother - Baghdad
The official spokesman for the office of Prime Minister Saad al-Hadithi, that "the anti-corruption steps citizen shall feel its effects in the coming months."
Sabri said that "corruption war of no less importance for the war against terrorism; because the risk of fatal corruption of the Iraqi state and move without all the political forces and citizens will certainly be devastating impact of Iraq."
"The government has the intention and the will of seriousness, and began to develop a program to combat corruption from last year," noting that "the fight against corruption is not easy; they need to support the efforts of all Iraqis."
He said the "Government believes that serious steps in its effects will be felt over time; because there is the accumulation of more than 12 years, and there are mafias entrenched in the state, and the citizens will see in the coming months to combat corruption."
He continued saying "spoilers will be revealed to the public, and this is the responsibility of the judiciary, integrity, and fairness of parliamentary file".
Re: Abadi Office: anti-corruption steps citizen shall feel its effects in the coming
Looks like this issue will further delay the process deleting the three zeros....adding the need to get Mosul back, IMF having control of the CBI and also claiming reform coming in the first half of 2016, the 90 day requirement by the IMF to RV, which expires Mar. 1st.
Looks like a potential window after Mar 1st. to July 1. Hopefully, all corruption, the control of Mosul and the CBI qualifies to RV during this time....pass me the popcorn!