Abadi: We will continue our fight against corruption and those who stand behind him



By Omar Ali

6 hours ago


Roudao - Baghdad

New head of the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Saturday, on the continuation of reforms and to hold accountable those who caused the squandering of public money.

Ebadi spoke during a speech in Baghdad through community reconciliation conference, saying: We will continue our fight against corruption and those who stand behind him and we must start the reform from inside and put aside their differences to reach a desired democracy. He is stressing that "We have to put the foundations of religious, social, ethnic and political co-existence."

He criticized Abadi turn cleric Moqtada al-Sadr called without directly saying "call to fight corruption and threatening at the same time."

Among al-Abadi he said, "We must put the foundations of religious, social, ethnic and political co-existence." Stressing that "there is no corruption is far from a political bloc." He noted, saying: our political parties is undemocratic.

He called on the prime minister to continue the fight against corruption and to hold accountable everyone, as well as to expose those who steal public money.

Abadi concluded his speech by saying: keen on the return of all displaced people to their cities at the earliest.

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