Henig » February 20th, 2023
Politician: Munich meetings will enhance Iraq’s role in combating corruption from four axes
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The leader of the coordination framework, Aideh Al-Hilali, said on Sunday that the Munich meetings will enhance Iraq’s role in combating corruption in four important axes.
Al-Hilali said in a press interview seen by “Taqadum” that “the intensive meetings of Prime Minister Mohamed Shia Al-Sudani in Munich, Germany, recently and his meeting with the President of Interpol demonstrate the intention and serious desire of the government to be the fight against corruption of its priorities in terms of bringing the accused and smuggled money,” pointing out that “the transfer of accused corruption cases from the UAE and Oman is a positive step.”
He added, “The transformation of Iraq into an attractive environment for investment must begin by combating corruption and ending forgery, nepotism, old administrative systems and nepotism,” noting that “reform must adopt practical steps because it will lead to strengthening Iraq’s sites in four axes, most notably investment and the desire of companies to participate in reconstruction and construction and enhance economic dimensions.”
He pointed out that “the fall of the centrist names accused of corruption is the beginning of the prosecution of the elder, especially the former ministers who affected public money and caused severe suffering to the people in multiple directions,” stressing “the presence of great support for the Sudanese government’s campaign to end the file of rampant corruption in government institutions and ministries.”
Iraq suffered from high levels of corruption after 2003, which led to the looting of huge funds for many years. LINK
Source: Dinar Recaps
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