Deputy: the need to arrest accused of corruption before the announcement referred to eliminate

MP for the National Alliance Razak al-Haidari, the need to arrest accused of corruption before the announcement brought to justice in order to prevent their escape out of the country.
He said al-Haidari, said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where], a copy of which, "The country reached the extent of bankruptcy and the abyss, and the main reason is the theft of billions of dollars in overseas banks to calculate a large number of officials," pointing to "the need to be judicial decisions commensurate with the magnitude of the crime and theft of public money. "
He stressed the need to "competent authorities are working on the arrest of the accused issues of financial and administrative corruption before the announcement brought to justice so that they can not escape justice."
Haidari said, "The defendants referred to the judiciary who are outside the country is not where the importance and benefit of the Iraqi people, who are eager to punish those who stole his money."
The Integrity Commission announced last Thursday on the transfer of the Vice former Prime Minister Bahaa al-Araji, Saleh al-Mutlaq and former director of the General Commander of the Armed Forces Farouk al-Araji office [in the government of Nuri al-Maliki] and the Mayor of Baghdad agency Naim Abaob to justice on charges of corruption and inflated their money.
The Commission emphasized in a statement that "the accused were referred to the judiciary on charges of graft and exploiting career position" to grow out that "the referral to the judiciary are the first stage, and Referred still accused did not prove them anything; the fact that the accused is innocent until proven guilty."