Iraqi judiciary opened an investigation with the Speaker of Parliament on charges of corruption

Iraqi judiciary announced in a statement that he decided to file a complaint against the Speaker of Parliament, Saleem al-Jubouri, the number of deputies, accused Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi during a parliamentary hearing on charges of corruption.
The judge said Abdul Sattar Bayraktar, a spokesman for the judiciary said in the statement, said that the chief prosecutor has to move the complaint public right against all those named in the words of Secretary of Defense during the questioning in the parliament session, which includes assigning the facts of corruption to the ones mentioned. And the Minister of Defense, during a parliament session, on Monday, of corruption directly to the speaker of parliament and a number of MPs, including high Nassif and Mohammad Hanan al-Karbouli charges. As the minister said, during the meeting, which was attended for questioning at the request of the MP high Nassif, on charges of corruption, he refused to approve the award of a contract to feed soldiers, which prompted the questioning in parliament. At the end of the session, the Speaker of Parliament held a press conference in which he said that everything that has raised a play day, the end of which that is not the process of questioning. The Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, ordered the formation of a commission of inquiry in the matter, also issued Tuesday a temporary injunction prohibiting travel both to give his name or the charges against them during Monday's session. The suffering of Iraqi institutions, at all levels, the spread of corruption at all levels, while experiencing the Baghdad and other Iraqi cities, popular demonstrations frequently to fight corruption in the country, which is among the world's most prevalent shake phenomenon.