Frankincense: the involvement of the United Nations to prosecute corruption in Iraq is deepening

2016/8/12 8:39

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He said in the parliamentary legal committee member, said Thursday that "the involvement of the United Nations for international investigators to pursue major corruption files in Iraq because of rampant corruption."

And the frankincense Sadiq told all of Iraq [where] that "the use of consultants to CSV corruption would be a step forward to achieve this, noting that" the international use to detect corruption means that corruption grew in the country. "

He stressed that "the presence of international experts to uncover the major corruption files in Iraq may give new mechanisms to diagnose and detect corruption and this is significant."

UNDP was signed in Baghdad on Thursday an agreement with the Iraqi government to strengthen the government's ability to investigate large and complex, and the investigation and prosecution of corruption cases.

And achieves the judiciary and the Integrity Commission in Iraq on charges of corruption recently sparked by Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi, against Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri and deputies, officials and businessmen to exercise operations "blackmail deals contracts in the field of armament and food soldiers millions of dollars."

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi also revealed, he had been blackmailed MP Haitham al-Jubouri, the last to give up questioning in parliament in exchange for senior positions and privileges in return for not being questioned in the House of Representatives.

Transparency International, Iraq, and put the past several years at the bottom of classified countries experiencing corrupt.