February 7, 2015
BAGHDAD / News Network Iraq sought parliamentarians from different political bloc to hold a special session to investigate the fate of the state funds that were to theft in the era of President of the former Minister Nuri al-Maliki, it is hoped to hold, next Monday, in the presence of BSA governorates officials, to discuss the A detailed report prepared in this regard.
He said the decision of Parliament, MP Niazi architecture Ihsanoglu, "The House of Representatives planned to collect signatures and hold a special session to conduct financial and supervisory review detailed on the possibility to recover the funds from the budgets of previous years," pointing out that the final accounts received by Parliament from those years has been reviewed by the Parliamentary Finance Committee, and that there is continuity with the BSA and government agencies concerned to take over the year ending accounts ".
ozkr, that" previous governments spent money without legal bills, and that is not to inform the House of Representatives this, which means there are cases of corruption in those expenses ".
According to reports issued by the Iraqi human rights organizations, the stolen money in the country is estimated at between 9 to 21 billion Dolar.
bdorh revealed MP from the Kurdistan Alliance, Hajuan Abdullah, the existence of corruption and trading positions of high military ranks, He pointed out that senior positions and military ranks in the Ministries of Defense and Interior, in Maliki's government, was sold for amounts Malah.
oakd, that "members of the Kurdistan Alliance, have evidence and documents to prove it," noting that they "will present to Parliament and the Integrity Commission at a later date and a thorough investigation on them by the competent authorities.
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