Abadi: Fighting corruption of the priorities of the government and some are trying to shuffle the cards

Abadi: Fighting corruption of the priorities of the government and some are trying to shuffle the cards [expanded]

2017/4/6 13:01

Abadi - Fighting corruption of the priorities of the government and some are trying to shuffle the cards[Oan- Baghdad]
Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi stressed that the fight against corruption is one of the priorities of the government and that , despite the many difficulties and the war against terrorism and the financial crisis as a result of the decline in oil revenues , but we walked in this line. ”
This came during his speech at the national consultations to combat corruption and promote transparency in the public sector under the auspices of the Prime Minister and in the presence of the United Nations Development Program in Iraq and international experts in the fight against corruption.
According to Abadi , according to a statement his office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that ” the first steps we have made in the fight against corruption was in the security establishment because of corruption contributed to the entry Daesh and that day our national welcome in all provinces and achieve victories.”
And between, that “some people are trying to confuse the papers through a lot of accusation of corruption without evidence , ” calling on regulatory authorities to “continue their plans to fight corruption and not to be drawn to other plans vexatious issues and drowning others wasting their effort.”
” We do not want to feel that there is a citizen GABBANA him so we have reduced the salaries of officials.”
He continued Abadi, said that “Iraq today , despite the financial crisis , improved credit rating and our pressure expenses and interest has become the largest classes weakest link.”
He said , “What is sad when you go to the provinces there are many projects spent by billions of dinars without the benefit of the citizen , ” adding that “there are great strides continue out and we are on the right path.”

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