Interior Ribawar Taha: corruption files that belong to old contracts have been forwarded to the Integrity
It received the Ministry of Interior, on Monday, on the Integrity Commission, the parliamentary member Ribawar Taha Mustafa's comments, which stated that the Commission intends to host the Interior Minister Mohammed Salem Al Ghabban for the existence of files tainted by suspicions of corruption in the ministry, while confirming that some MPs use their power for partisan purposes.
The ministry said in a statement received / scales News / copy of "The Integrity Commission plans to host the Interior Minister Mohammed Salem Al Ghabban against the backdrop of the existence of files are tainted by suspicions of corruption in the ministry, including administrative orders against the law," stressing that "the files of corruption, which is for old contracts referred to the ministry Integrity and cabinet ministers undertook to open all files of corruption and embarked on a major reform of the operations and exemptions and referrals and rotate positions and the fight against the corrupt according to the law. "
The statement added, "The MP is intended to change the Major General Jamal Taher Bakr, Kirkuk's police chief, as the Interior Ministry orders ruled by referring to another post the highest degree of management from office has been changing the police chief of the lapse of ten years to his term of office, as well as administrative and professional irregularities being receives orders from party bloc to which he belongs, "stressing the" refusal to accept this matter at all, because it conflicted with the required professional man security and neutrality, as well as the police chief, who should be outside of party affiliation. "
And the statement, that "the MP and the habit of some of the members of the Council of Representatives use their power control for purposes not related to censorship, but partisan purposes", saying they were "using the media for political pressure at the time of the Iraqi public is hoping the legislative and executive branches to look at the public interest above all partisan and factional interests and lack of dressing things clothes delude public opinion ".anthy 29 / z 3
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