Integrity: Maliki and most of his ministers convicted oil licensing rounds and armament and investment projects
Baghdad-Iraq-Presse October -25: Chairman of the Parliamentary Integrity Talal Zobaie said on Sunday that the investigation and audit in the files of corruption operations are still ongoing, and will arrive at the judiciary in the event of completion of the investigation in the nearest time, and this is what we seek within the Commission in collaboration with the competent authorities, adding that “investigations proved condemn the head of the former Iraqi government Nuri al-Maliki and his ministers and most of the files of various corruption.”
He criticized Zobaie in a televised interview followed up / Iraq Press / Iraqi government performance led by Haider al-Abadi regarding the corruption files that unveiled recently, and which affected the high-level officials in various disciplines specifically in the energy, oil and armament sector, stressing that “government support is very weak in the detection of this files, and not up to the size of rampant corruption in the country’s institutions, and that evidence of the reluctance of the government. ”
He added, that “there is an arrest warrant and the introduction of the right of ministers and a number of officials orders will reach more than 130 officials from agents and ministries and rank shall be fixed and managers of two years and a number of other convicted officials of corruption and waste of public money because of him suffering most Iraqis from the decline of their economy and their income standard of living.”
Zobaie also confirmed the existence of several convictions against former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki (2006 – 2014), in addition to members of the former cabinet, most of them convicted of oil licensing rounds and armament and investment projects and many other areas.
The Zobaie had announced early last week the names of dozens of current and former officials, including former ministers accused of corruption and rank shall be fixed issues, some of them sentenced to prison Gapea.