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Said the Integrity Commission, the parliamentary member Haidar Alfoada, that "there are a lot of files opened, whether in Baghdad or the secretariat of the ministries of electricity and trade."
He said Alfoada told all of Iraq [where], said that "there is a high coordination between the Office of Financial and body, the Commission on Integrity control, there are a lot of files opened, whether in Baghdad Secretariat or the ministries of electricity and trade, as well as open in the ministries of oil and defense, and in turn all ministries."
"The Commission and the Integrity Commission have worked on higher coordination between them, to open all the large files, there were no red lines on any personal or large file," adding that "the government is required today to support the Integrity Commission and open these files."
Alfoada and called on political forces to "get away from the pressure to fight the corrupt who stole public money, whether they are illustrious personalities of political work or small characters."
He continued, "We call upon the government and political forces of the Iraqi judiciary reform, as the judiciary needs to be reformed in order to eliminate tons of files parked aside".
It is said that, the House of Representatives approved in 11 of last August, on the first package of governmental and parliamentary reforms, which included activating the role of the regulatory institutions and the disclosure of spoilers, and activating the role of the national integrity, and the opening of the previous and current files of corruption under the supervision of a supreme committee to combat Alvesad.anthy 2
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