Financial corruption is the biggest obstacle to the next government in Iraq... Do you address it?
Reports| 08:29 - 10-2022
Baghdad - Mawazine News
Some believe that the election of the Iraqi parliament to a new authority in the country will end the accumulated economic and political crises and the financial corruption that permeates the joints of the state, which is guarded by the personal interests of the parties, and
this contradicts the facts on the ground, but the question remains, will the new government succeed in Iraq Closing the outlets for corruption...
Or does it turn a blind eye to it and leave those files to future governments...
How does Iraq continue in this state?
At first, the Iraqi financial and economic expert, Safwan Qusay, says,
“It is clear that the process of reforming the financial system through structuring the Ministry of Finance and imposing restrictions on accounting systems in line with international applications, is an opportunity for the next government to reduce the outlets for corruption,
especially as Iraq looks forward to joining the economy.” Global". He added that
if there is seriousness to integrate with the world, Iraq needs to switch to international accounting standards and the international financial reporting system, as a window to control all corrupt outlets.
The economist pointed out that the process of integration will certainly contribute to increasing the well-being of individuals in Iraq, which means investing in the quality of life,
because the process of building a society needs to reconsider the pillars on which countries are based, such as education, health and services.
Qusay explained that Iraq is an investment opportunity and was supposed to be attractive to strategic investment in all sectors,
so there are great challenges awaiting the next government, which must address them decisively.
The leader of the Sadrist movement in Iraq, Muqtada al-Sadr, announced today, Thursday,
"the innocence of any formation of military groups that violate Sharia and law."
And Saleh Muhammad al-Iraqi, known as Minister al-Sadr, quoted the latter’s saying in a statement via his Twitter account:
“I declare that these are not our actions, nor our morals, nor our way of dealing even with the corrupt, let alone others,” declaring “the innocence of them before God Almighty and before the beloved Iraqi people.”".
Al-Sadr called on "everyone to cooperate by reporting them on the one hand and not to engage with them on the other hand," pointing out that
"their actions are in violation of all divine and man-made laws and moral and social systems.
Rather, boycott them and do not help them in their shameful deeds."
And Abdul Latif Rashid, the elected Iraqi president, commissioned, last Thursday evening, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, to form the new government.
In a statement, Muqtada al-Sadr's spokesman, Saleh Muhammad al-Iraqi, criticized the government, saying that al-Sudani had begun to form a "militia subordination coalition government." Ended 29/h