Iraq among the five most corrupt Arab countries during 2013

Iraq among the five most corrupt Arab countries during 2013


Iraq among the five most corrupt Arab countries during 2013Palm – announced by Transparency International, said Tuesday that five Arab countries occupied the centers first among the most corrupt in the world, and stressed that Somalia, Sudan and Libya, followed by Iraq and Syria are occupied the first rank according to the corruption index of the Organization for 2013, noting that the list included 177 countries.

The Transparency International in a report carried by the international media, according to the Corruption Perceptions Index for the current year of 2013, and briefed him “news agency palm” that “according to the levels of corruption in the public sector, the Somalia, Sudan, Libya, Iraq and Syria are among the ten most corrupt in the world,” noting that “included a list of 177 countries where the state occupies the center of the most corrupt and least corrupt latter first place.”

The organization said that “Denmark and New Zealand are two places in the first and second, that the proportions of any corruption in the public sector where it was at least”, noting that “Finland and Sweden Charkia in third place, while Norway dissolved in fifth place.”

She drew the organization that “Germany dissolved in 12th place to lead the center and one for the position in 2012, while the fallen Japan a step backwards for the center of the 18, did not change the position of the United States and China on the list last year, which served the United States in 19th China Center 80.”

The USAID announced, earlier, it was completed in Iraq, “the rehabilitation of 200 schools and vaccinated millions of children and helped the Electoral Commission”, and showed that the Iraqi government “‘ve shared cost 17 effective value of 28 million dollars,” While affirming that they “are still insisting on Help Iraq, “called for the Iraqi side to” make greater efforts to combat corruption. ”

And announced the Commission on Public Integrity, on Sunday (17 October 2013), the indicators collapse Front corruption has loomed, indicating that the file falsification of documents is no longer a worrying phenomenon, and as pointed out that file double dippers no longer represents the bleeding wound of funds operating budget, He pointed to strive for the body to control the movement of funds in accordance with the international standards.

The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki during a speech to the ceremony held by the Commission on the occasion of National Week of integrity in the Hall of mole Green Zone in central Baghdad and attended, (long-Presse), announced on Sunday (17 October 2013), introducing many of the files of corruption boil Integrity Commission , and stressed that those files were “incomplete evidence” because of the decline of reveals for the certificate before the court, while pointing out that the most serious types of corruption that have a “politically motivated.”

He also accused Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Sunday (17 October 2013), opponents of the political process to “exploit” administrative and financial corruption in the election campaign, and as he emphasized that the results of the upcoming elections would be “bad”, pointed out that the Iraqi citizen, “is or keen lover of the government “because of what befell the previous governments.

The students are concerned with the control and integrity, in (14 September 2013), the movement of groups of society to achieve system integrity typical, Aazin the spread of financial and administrative corruption to inefficiency among those working in the joint management, as described Integrity Commission as “devoid of the element of criminal stipulated by the law and that the effects of parties it clear, “asserted that” most of the pillars of integrity system in Iraq suffer from bugs, rags and authorities to protect the corrupt. ”

The head of the Integrity Commission, former Judge Rahim Ugaili confirmed, in (29 August 2013), Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki succeeded in “adapting” the Integrity Commission in his favor, as he is considered the control of corruption “Off to work”, while pointing out that the work of the Management Authority prior , equal to more than 800% of the current body, revealed that the current head of the Integrity Commission Alaa Jawad instructed immediately after his accession to office as his successor to “stop all arrest warrants issued against the corrupt.”

It is noteworthy that the Integrity Commission, announced on the fourth of February 2013, on the transfer of about six thousand accused of corruption to the competent courts in 2012 the past, indicating that the amount of transactions that took place where corrupt practices exceeded the trillion dinars.

The phenomenon of corruption, “the biggest challenge” facing Iraq, as well as security, since the year 2003, especially since the levels of corruption reached a leading international organizations specialized to the situation in Iraq is among the countries “most corrupt” in the world, with a solution of Iraq in 2012 years ranked third in terms of the level of corruption in it.