Sunday newspapers pay attention to the ongoing battles in Anbar to release it from Daash
BAGHDAD / ... paid local newspapers in Baghdad on Sunday interest in security and military operations, and the battles that take place in Anbar province, to liberate them from the terrorists Daash, newspapers also focused on the issue of corruption and money laundering. "
And on the bright Anbar newspaper has said, that the people of Anbar complain scarcity of arms and prepare quantities provided by the Government would be inadequate compared to what is owned Daash of sophisticated weapons.
The newspaper added: "A number of tribal leaders have vowed to tackle the terrorist organization and prevent it from penetrating in Anbar and cities if the government pledged to provide arms."
According to sources in the city of Ramadi, according to the newspaper: "The governor of Anbar province Suhaib al-Rawi, with the support of the Iraqi government, held in the past few hours extensive contacts with officials at the US embassy to remedy the situation in the city of Ramadi imposed elements Daash control over large parts of it after the air cover stopped American ".
It quoted a government source, described Balrfaa: "The narrator and local officials persuaded the US Embassy need to return the coalition strikes to repel an offensive fully Daash from which seeks to dominate the gray."
The source added: "The flight international coalition has stepped up since dawn on Saturday, raids on positions held by Daash north of the city. The effect declared the popular crowd forces air strikes in full withdrawal from Alsjaria area east of Ramadi, in protest against the intervention of the international coalition aircraft in the Battle of Ramadi."
The paper said: "These events reminiscent of the battle scenario Tikrit resolved in favor of the security forces to drive al Daash of the city."
The Zaman newspaper has talked about the distribution of poor-made rifles to the sons of the tribes in Anbar.
It quoted a member of the Board of Anbaraid Amash Karbouli: "The government distributed rifles to the poor people of the tribes, as well as a shortage of arms and ammunition which reduced the momentum of major military operation to liberate al Anbar Daash."
He added: "The fighter with a gun does not work, as opposed to elements of the organization heavily armed with sophisticated weapons stolen by the organization, as well as buy arms from the merchants."
As President of the Council stressed Krhot morning, according to time: "The arrival of combat battalions to the province will have a positive effect, provided that there will be serious planning process and clear to increase pressure on the organization, and not vice versa, as happened in the Albu Faraj."
In economic affairs, the Constitution newspaper the theme of corruption and money laundering addressed.
In this regard, quoted a member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee Masood Haider: "The Committee has commissioned five of its members to pursue money laundering in the Iraq dossier, and have a list of fake names of authorized companies and private banks behind them big heads."
He said: "The absence of an electronic system discreet tracking and verification of bank accounts and make way for a broad field operations corruption, forgery, fraud and financial fraud."
And: "The mini-committee will meet in the coming days with the committees of integrity, economy and the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to take the necessary measures to control state institutions. And Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari pledged to support the Commission to verify the documents of bank statements the suspect."
As noted Chairman of the Parliamentary Integrity Talal Zobaie, according to the paper, the existence of self disbursed to companies neglected projects entrusted to it, and therefore, the duty of the mini-committee revealed the circumstances occurring on these projects and assignment of all defaulters to eliminate. "
For her part, member of the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives, Majida al-Tamimi, the loss of 228 billion Iraqi dinars (186.2 million dollars), in just the last year and fake projects, noting that most of the projects were awarded to relatives of officials, as managers of companies.
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