Abadi talks about improving Iraq's per capita income and vows to protect Almtsidin corruption

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Twilight News / Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Thursday vowed to protect both address financial and administrative corruption in the country, declaring improve Iraq's per capita income.

Ebadi said in the complemented during the opening workshop against corruption in cooperation with UNDP United Nations in Baghdad, said that "there is an improvement in the provision for low levels of low income government agreement offset by the reduction in the volume of spending for the owners of the high levels of income."

He called Abadi "who has evidence of corruption provided by the regulatory authorities that will provide the necessary protection."