BAGHDAD - Alaa al-Tai
instructed Prime Minister Dr. Haider Abadi open an urgent investigation the disappearance of $ 10 billion of central bank reserves under the previous government. Al «morning» from a senior government source, who asked not to be identified, said that «the prime minister instructed the Governor of the Central Bank and the Agency on the Keywords to open an immediate investigation into the disappearance of 10 billion dollars from the Iraqi Central Bank reserves of $ 67 billion and decline to $ 58 billion without giving reasons at a time when the Iraqi financial market and dollar exchange rates are stable at the time ». The source confirmed that the Prime Minister expressed his commitment to comprehensive reform and the fight against corruption, according to a recent statement issued announced the issuance of new packages, respectively, as the face of open past and current files of corruption under the supervision of a higher committee to activate the principle of «Where did you get this».
As Abadi vowed, in his statement , to hold accountable corrupt and bring them to the judiciary and to recover the people's money at home and abroad, calling on the judiciary to the adoption of well-known judges of integrity to investigate and prosecute corrupt. He said that opening the files of corruption is an important part of correct government course of action which is made parallel to make decisions to improve the financial and political level, and that is consistent with the higher good reference calls and a wave of demonstrations in Baghdad and a number of pro-reform and tackle corruption in the country that led to the lack of services institutions provincial measures. He pointed out that al-Abadi source of difficulty in the implementation of the decisions and the package of reforms, calling it «a difficult task in light of the challenges faced by the country», hinting that there are parties «unnamed», he seeks to thwart his steps and try to question his ability to reform an undeclared categories feared damage which may cause its interests as a result of decisions taken recently, however, the prime minister stressed his commitment to the reform process and that he would not preclude the implementation of any party but to the Constitution and the law.
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