Parliamentary Integrity: the coming days will reveal a major corruption files in mini
Parliamentary Integrity: the coming days will reveal a major corruption files in ministries
Tuesday July 19, 2016 - 12:03
Chairman of the Parliamentary Integrity Talal Zobaie revealed the existence of corrupted files in a number of ministries and government institutions, confirming the presence of a major corruption suspicions will reveal them in the coming days.
Zobaie said in a press statement today, "The Commission is determined to open all files of corruption in the ministries and state institutions to reduce the phenomenon of financial and administrative corruption which, as well as formatted files to be discussed and presented to the parliament to take the necessary measures."
He Zubai, that "the Integrity Commission continues to open the files of corruption in the ministries and government agencies through cooperation with the Integrity Commission and provide them with information that up to the Commission either directly or via e-mail," he said, adding that "the Commission has already started to open the files of corruption in a number of ministries, It is determined to open all files, including past and present. "
He explained that "all these files that were mentioned will open and reveal to the public," noting that "there is money wasted billions and some of them have turned to outside Iraq, so we detection and recovery of these funds and the investigation of the cause Bhderha."
The Transparency International said in a report this year that Iraq's political parties are the most corrupt institutions in the country, followed by the parliament, the judiciary and the military, according to the Global Corruption Index.
The Director of the Middle East and North Africa in the organization Ghada small that Iraq's record over the last four years, the proportion reached 16% in the financial and administrative corruption index, meaning that it is one of the most corrupt countries in the world, The closer the state of the 100% level was less corrupt.