Internal Inspector: The next 90 days will be harsh on the corrupt
Baghdad today – The Interior Ministry’s inspector-general and member of the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption, Jamal al-Asadi, said Friday (April 12, 2019) that the next 90 days will be harsh on the corrupt.
“The next 90 days will be tough on the corrupt,” said Asadi in a tweet on his Twitter account.
“It is up to the honorable to stay away from the corrupt so that the white does not mix with us in black.”
On Wednesday, April 10, 2019, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi confirmed that decisive steps had been taken to combat corruption.
“We have just come from the Supreme Anti-Corruption Council meeting and we have taken decisive steps to combat it,” Abdul Mahdi said in a speech at a meeting of the construction coalition.