Abadi directs immediate prosecution of officials accused of scandal (ONA Oil)

Baghdad -arac Press -2 April: the face of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi Integrity Commission and the judiciary, on Saturday, the immediate prosecution Iraqi officials accused of bribing the largest in the world snapped from a company "unaoil" oil under the oil contracts cover.

A statement from the Prime Minister's Office, said Abadi, "the face of the Integrity Commission to take legal action and calls for the judiciary to carry out prosecutions spot about serious than before," Fairfax Media "and" Hovingtin Post, "which revealed the involvement of senior Iraqi officials in the state in corrupt deals and bribes investigative journalism concerning oil contracts during the period of the previous governments. "

The investigation revealed a survey, on Friday, for the largest the world has seen a bribe between Iraqi officials and the company "unaoil" oil under the oil contracts cover included high-ranking Iraqi officials.

He noted the investigation conducted locations "Fbervaks Media" and "Haventgon Post", a number of prominent names in Iraq is a direct relationship to this scandal.

Notably the Higher Education Minister Hussein al-Shahristani, who was oil minister in the first government of al-Maliki and the deputy prime minister for energy affairs in the second session.

The probe also the names of each of Abdul Karim and coffee, Iraq's oil minister in the previous government, and Jafar al-Musawi, the South Oil Company director, and Kifah Numan, who took over as South Oil Director-era oil minister Thamer Ghadhban, and Uday Qurashi, a senior official at the South Oil Company , as well as put forward the name Basil surgeon who is the link between the Iraqi officials and the company "unaoil" oil, which is owned by the Iranian Ehsani Atta, based in Monaca.

Hussain al-Shahristani, was quick to deny his involvement corruption issues with the company (ONA Oil), the investigation promised "an attempt to target national personalities," and threatened to sue foreign newspaper, which published a topic in the event of failure to provide evidence and documents ".anthy ( http://www.iraqpressagency.com/?p=193633&lang=ar