Nelly: bringing in outside experts "will completely enclose" rampant corruption in St
Nelly: bringing in outside experts "will completely enclose" rampant corruption in State institutions
Legal Advisor for the Presidency bodyguards today to "bring international experts will completely enclose the rampant corruption in State institutions and paralysed and cannot exclude the eliminated, explaining that" foreign experts have control over movement of funds in most countries of the world, which encircles the financial and administrative corruption in State institutions.
Nelly in learner permit underground news agency said, many States use expertise from abroad to deciphering corruption cases, pointing out that "it is of two kinds, either be an expertise to Governments, or be subservient to civil companies, as she possesses extensive experience in the field of final accounts exchange mechanisms and the transfer of funds.
"The difficulty of influencing them locally, through the temptation of money or change and falsification of facts or press them through threats and intimidation, adding that" this step would fight corruption which has become a major pest to ravage the country's body.
He noted that "the institutions of the State were hit bethlmh in sovereign domain, and regulators of such institutions also entered in a whirl of electoral quotas and maturity, especially the leaders of these institutions, pointing out that" trust has been lost and that the move will carry a lot of positives in resolving outstanding issues.
"Iraq has signed a memorandum of understanding with the United Nations to involve international investigators in major corruption files.
A brief statement said the Prime Minister's Office got "copy" trend that Iraq signed a memorandum of understanding with the United Nations to involve international investigators in major corruption files ".
And achieve justice and integrity in Iraq on charges of corruption recently raised the Defence Minister Khaled Obeidi, against House speaker Selim Jabouri and officials and businessmen to exercise "blackmail of contract deals in armaments and troops food worth millions of dollars."
The Prime Minister also revealed Haider Abadi, yesterday about being extorted from Deputy from the State of law coalition of the latter gave up questioning in Parliament in Exchange for higher positions and privileges in Exchange for not questioning in the House of representatives.
TI put Iraq for the past several years, at the end of the rated States experiencing havoc.