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Today, Tuesday, a political movement counted the extent of corruption in Anbar province as "three times" more than the sums of tax secretariats known as the "theft of the century."
The head of the Bayariq al-Khair Movement, Muhammad al-Khalidi, told "Baghdad Today," that:
"What has been revealed so far of major corruption files in Anbar is only a limited part, and what remains is terrifying by virtue of preliminary investigations," stressing that
"the volume of corruption in the language of numbers is equivalent to 3 times The deal of the century. He added,
"Fighting corruption in the districts of Anbar will increase its stability, not the other way around.
The people agree that returning to square one through any political escalation is unacceptable, because everyone understands that security is a red line and there is support for ending financial empires that were established with looted money involving multiple political forces." Al-Khalidi pointed out that
"what happened in Anbar, in terms of opening very sensitive files, must be transferred to other provinces that are groaning from corruption that is eroding institutions and looting large funds allocated for reconstruction," pointing out that
"it is not reasonable for areas to suffer from poor services despite spending trillions of dinars."". He continued,
"Any change in any security or government institution is a natural framework that does not mean targeting, especially since all those who have been changed are mainly from the province."
It is noteworthy that Anbar province, in western Iraq, is witnessing a sharp wave of political disputes, amid an exchange of accusations of corruption, prior to the start of the marathon of the provincial elections, which are scheduled to be held at the end of this year. Sassa says,
"Corruption in Anbar is completely different from the rest of the provinces, because there is
unilateralism and domination by a certain party, and
exploitation of all institutions, whether security, administrative or financial, for their partisan interest, and
not to provide a service to the Anbari citizen, such as
seizing plots of land and the money of the displaced and martyrs." and others, as well as
blackmail," they said.
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