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So if adultery is worth a year in prison, what's stealing billions, killing your own citizens, allowing armed thugs to take over part of your country worth?? A hemp necktie I hope.

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The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption begins its proceedings soon

 

 Since 2017-11-09 at 12:44 (Baghdad time)

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Baghdad Mawazine News

Political analyst Ihsan al-Shammari said that the strategy of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to fight corruption is not directed against a party or a political party, but is directed against all those involved in corruption cases, "whether politicians, parties, leaders, companies and businessmen. Fight corruption, but to target corruption and all those involved. "

Al-Shammari said that the Supreme Anti-Corruption Council headed by Abadi will continue his tasks in the coming phase and that he will play the role of the inspectors with continued coordination with the Integrity Commission. He added that "these procedures may not appear quickly, but in any case will have an impact on the elimination of corruption. As reported by "Free Iraq"

Al-Shammari said that "victory over Daqash was a dream one day and now we are in the final stage to realize this dream."

 He added that "Abadi will succeed in undermining corruption, and may not be eliminated within days, weeks and months."

Shammari stressed that "the elimination of corruption needs the consensus and cooperation of political parties with Abadi, ruling out the occurrence of the presence of political parties will be a barrier" against the actions of the Prime Minister. "

It is noteworthy that Prime Minister Haider Abadi said recently that "our next war will be against the corrupt," after the salvation of the organization of the preacher in Iraq.

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On 13/03/2017 at 9:30 AM, Boozer said:

Time to clean the swamp.  Maliki.your next. Next week trump and Abadi will make a plan 

There nothing worse than a some one who thinks that can steal and take advantage of people lock these them up thay seem to think that are untouchable straight to jail with bread and water for the rest of there day's so that think twice about ripping off the poor and honest people of the world. 

Take care all. 

Be honest and BELIEVE  .

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Parl't pressured to ignore Interior, Defense Mins. Corruption cases-MP

November 09 2017 04:48 PM
Parl't pressured to ignore Interior, Defense Mins. Corruption cases-MP
Parl't pressured to ignore Interior, Defense Mins. Corruption cases-MP

Iraqi Parliament Security and Defense committee is suffering immense pressure to ignore investigating corruption cases by the Interior and Defense Ministries, Security and Defense committee Chief Hakim al-Zamli said on Thursday.

In a press statement, Zamli said that there are numerous corruption cases in these two ministries, noting that one of the most important cases is the embezzlement of over 700 million dollars when Ziad al-Kattan was the Secretary General of the Defense Ministry.

He added that there are other cases like Ukrainian deals and many other cases, in which major factions and officials are implicit in.

 

http://www.thebaghdadpost.com/en/story/19409/Parl-t-pressured-to-ignore-Interior-Defense-Mins-Corruption-cases-MP

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Parl't pressured to ignore Interior, Defense Mins. Corruption cases-MP

 

November 09 2017 04:48 PM
Parl't pressured to ignore Interior, Defense Mins. Corruption cases-MP
Parl't pressured to ignore Interior, Defense Mins. Corruption cases-MP

Iraqi Parliament Security and Defense committee is suffering immense pressure to ignore investigating corruption cases by the Interior and Defense Ministries, Security and Defense committee Chief Hakim al-Zamli said on Thursday.

In a press statement, Zamli said that there are numerous corruption cases in these two ministries, noting that one of the most important cases is the embezzlement of over 700 million dollars when Ziad al-Kattan was the Secretary General of the Defense Ministry.

He added that there are other cases like Ukrainian deals and many other cases, in which major factions and officials are implicit in.

 

http://www.thebaghdadpost.com/en/story/19409/Parl-t-pressured-to-ignore-Interior-Defense-Mins-Corruption-cases-MP

You have those huge TV's in the square, arrest Maliki family and the Barzani family, and televise the trials of the hundreds already arrested, plus the Maliki's and Barzani's. Do it now, not soon, now. 

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Corruption of members of the Iraqi parliament in 2014

Journal November 11, 2017

 

 

 

Baghdad - Journal News

The network "Correspondents Investigations Journalism", a report on "corruption members of the Iraqi parliament."

"The main reason for the inability of the parliamentary bodies to uncover the sources of corruption in the state is to ignore their monopoly of $ 400 billion as a special budget for parliament," the report said. Where each presidential session is allocated $ 1.4 million per member of Parliament, including salaries, allowances and the cost of personal protection.

The network indicates that the parliamentary funds covered the importance of the resources and wealth of the country and the deterioration of its security and social services, while the case indicates the inability of Baghdad to provide electricity for more than 12 hours a day.

The annual salary of parliamentarians is estimated at $ 180 million, with a living allowance of $ 60.6 million, and the cost of escorts or personal guards estimated at $ 125 million. The $ 125 million, three times, is what parliament paid to the families of the victims of 14,000 martyrs during the 2012 terrorist attacks.

This great difference between the importance of the lives of the Iraqi people and the lives of parliamentarians has created a deep gap of confidence between the groups of society and the parliamentary groups. This gap can not be closed without MPs giving up their privileges.

According to a number of members of the Iraqi parliament, including a former member of the Finance Council in 2014, the privileges of being an Iraqi parliamentarian is a monthly salary estimated at 12.9 million Iraqi dinars ($ 11,000), plus the salaries of escorts and personal guards 20,000,000 dollars. Note that salaries were calculated based on Law No. 7 of 2005.

According to the agency, before 2003, the salary system was allocated by the former Baath Party leader Saddam Hussein, when he allocated to 250 members of his party, a fixed salary and a car every four years. After 2003, members of the Iraqi government legislated hundreds of laws to protect their interests and ensure their privileges continued. But now, the work of the MP has become a privilege in itself, devoid of any effort. In each election year, 6,000 candidates try to win a single parliamentary seat.

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Corruption of members of the Iraqi parliament in 2014

Journal November 11, 2017

 

 

 

Baghdad - Journal News

The network "Correspondents Investigations Journalism", a report on "corruption members of the Iraqi parliament."

"The main reason for the inability of the parliamentary bodies to uncover the sources of corruption in the state is to ignore their monopoly of $ 400 billion as a special budget for parliament," the report said. Where each presidential session is allocated $ 1.4 million per member of Parliament, including salaries, allowances and the cost of personal protection.

The network indicates that the parliamentary funds covered the importance of the resources and wealth of the country and the deterioration of its security and social services, while the case indicates the inability of Baghdad to provide electricity for more than 12 hours a day.

The annual salary of parliamentarians is estimated at $ 180 million, with a living allowance of $ 60.6 million, and the cost of escorts or personal guards estimated at $ 125 million. The $ 125 million, three times, is what parliament paid to the families of the victims of 14,000 martyrs during the 2012 terrorist attacks.

This great difference between the importance of the lives of the Iraqi people and the lives of parliamentarians has created a deep gap of confidence between the groups of society and the parliamentary groups. This gap can not be closed without MPs giving up their privileges.

According to a number of members of the Iraqi parliament, including a former member of the Finance Council in 2014, the privileges of being an Iraqi parliamentarian is a monthly salary estimated at 12.9 million Iraqi dinars ($ 11,000), plus the salaries of escorts and personal guards 20,000,000 dollars. Note that salaries were calculated based on Law No. 7 of 2005.

According to the agency, before 2003, the salary system was allocated by the former Baath Party leader Saddam Hussein, when he allocated to 250 members of his party, a fixed salary and a car every four years. After 2003, members of the Iraqi government legislated hundreds of laws to protect their interests and ensure their privileges continued. But now, the work of the MP has become a privilege in itself, devoid of any effort. In each election year, 6,000 candidates try to win a single parliamentary seat.

 

Rope is cheap. 

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49 minutes ago, yota691 said:

Iraqi government legislated hundreds of laws to protect their interests and ensure their privileges continued. But now, the work of the MP has become a privilege in itself, devoid of any effort. 

 

thanks yota,

now that this news has hit the iraqi's phones they will have 60,000 candidates per seat trying to get on the goi gravy train .. all the best 

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A Source Reveals The First List Of Corrupts Who Will Be Arrested Soon

Last updated  18/11/2017 01:27 

BAGHDAD /

A political source revealed on Saturday the first list of senior corrupt officials who broke the back of the state budget and caused the waste of public money.

The source told "News News" that "in the manner of Mohammed bin Salman, but the manner and flavor of Iraq will begin large-scale arrests of senior corrupt officials, after the Prime Minister Haider Abadi, he has gone to hand the robbers to justice to get their punishment," noting that them "Politicians and former ministers and agents of ministries and heads of bodies and directors general and members of Parliament issued warrants against them."

"The commission charged with collecting the names of high-level corrupt officials began its work nearly a month ago, including senior judges and staff in financial supervision," he said.

Between the source, the first list includes all of the following:

1. Hoshyar Zebari - Former Minister of Foreign Affairs

2 - Ethel Nujaifi - former governor of Nineveh

3 - Salah Abdul Razzaq - former governor of Baghdad

4 - Abdul Hussein Al-Morshedi - Former Secretary of Baghdad

5 - Naeem Abaoub - former Secretary of Baghdad

6 - Farouk Araji - Director of the military office of former Nuri al-Maliki

7- Hussein al-Maliki (Abu Rehab) - current parliamentarian

8. Yasser Sakhil al-Maliki (Abu Hawra) - current parliamentarian

9 - Adel Mohsen - former inspector of the Ministry of Health

10 - Abu Mujahid al-Rikabi (Katie Njiman) - Secretary of the former Nuri al-Maliki

11 - Saber al - Issawi - former Secretary of Baghdad

12. Hamdeh Al-Jaf - Former General Manager of T bi Bank

13 - Basem Kamal Mahdi - General Manager of Rafidain Bank

14 - Kazem Nashour - General Manager of the former Industrial Bank

15 - Mohammed Hadi - Director General of the former Agricultural Bank

16 - Tief Sami - Director of Budget in the Ministry of Finance

17 - Majed al-Nasrawi, former governor of Basra

18 - Saadoun al-Dulaimi - former defense minister

19 - Abdul Qadir al-Obeidi - former Minister of Defense

20 - Zuhair Gharabawi - former head of the intelligence service

21. Ahmed Al-Saadi - Director General of the Municipality of Baghdad

22- Five general managers in the Municipality of Baghdad

23- Three general managers in the intelligence service

24 - General Manager of Real Estate

25 - Number of employees in the office of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki

26. Number of former ministers

27. Five General Managers of the Ministry of Justice

28. Six General Managers of the Ministry of the Interior

29. Adnan al-Asadi - Former Undersecretary of the Ministry of the Interior

30 - Number of businessmen who got contracts in the ministries of the State by personal orders of Nuri al-Maliki

31 - The first team Aboud Qanbar corner

32. A large number of Ministry of Defense officers

33. A large number of staff members of the Secretariat of the Council of Ministers

 

 
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Maliki in front of them .. Newspaper: the beginning of next month to announce the names of whales corruption in Iraq

Maliki in front of them .. Newspaper: the beginning of next month to announce the names of whales corruption in Iraq
Last updated: 18 November 2017 - 1:13 PM

 BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The team of international investigators has completed advanced stages of proving the guilt of Iraqi officials and politicians involved in corruption files, a Saudi newspaper reported on Saturday, noting that the names would be announced in early December. Al-Watan newspaper said in a report today that "the team of international investigators was able to complete advanced stages in the conviction of Iraqi officials and politicians involved in files of corruption related to the laundering and smuggling of Iraqi funds abroad."  The newspaper said, according to informed sources, "the announcement of the names of convicts early next month, coinciding with the start of the work of foreign companies to implement large investment projects in cities liberated from the control of the Daash organization, with the support of donor countries."The newspaper pointed out that "the Prime Minister Haider Abadi will ask the judiciary to overcome the obstacles to prosecute those involved in the corruption of dual nationality, and residents abroad," noting that "the most prominent files of corruption related to the loss of funds of the former regime deposited abroad has been retrieved and did not know its fate" . The discovery of the fate of 6000 fictitious project went billions into the pockets of corrupt in Maliki's first and second government, the newspaper pointed out that there are more than 45 names of a senior official accused of stealing public money.

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Yes, that's right!  We're coming out with a list and and your names are going to be in the newspaper.  We're going to prosecute all of you on the list so, whatever you do, please don't think of leaving town, as that will make it too difficult and costly to find you and arrest you.

 

 And this goes for you, especially, Nuri.  Please don't go anywhere where we can't find  you.  Or, just throwing this out there, maybe you would consider turning yourself in?  That would make it so much easier for us .  :lol::lol::lol:

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Budget headed to parliament 

 

HCL being agreed on

 

Prosecution of the corrupt MALIKI before the end of the current year.

 

The money has been confiscated 

 

CBI announcement of protected funds

 

Major dinar vacuum in 2017

 

Iraq banking conference with US banks, Citibank leading the helm. 

 

Final agreements in the  Accession into the WTO

 

ISIS has been eliminated from Iraq

 

The perfect storm. 

 

Thanks to everyone for all your hard work posting every day and night. Thank you for an amazing site Mr. Adam. 

 

Go Dinar!!!

 

:pirateship:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 11/16/2017 at 8:42 AM, gregp said:

I’m smelling a Rope burn.

:cigar:

 

Thanks, Thugs. 

 

It Looks Like They’re Gonna Need More Rope ! :o 

 

:D  :D  :D 

 

 

http://www.almaalomah.com/2017.....18/255992/

An international team is conducting files condemning Iraqi officials for corruption and naming names next month


12:25 - 18/11/2017
 
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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A team of international investigators has completed advanced stages of proving the guilt of Iraqi officials and politicians involved in corruption files, a Saudi newspaper said on Saturday, noting that the names would be announced at the beginning of December.

"The team of international investigators has been able to complete advanced stages in proving the guilt of Iraqi officials and politicians involved in files of corruption related to the laundering and smuggling of Iraqi funds abroad," the newspaper al-Watan said in a report.

 The newspaper said, according to informed sources, "the announcement of the names of convicts early next month, coinciding with the start of the work of foreign companies to implement large investment projects in cities liberated from the control of the Daash organization, with the support of donor countries."

The newspaper pointed out that "the Prime Minister Haider Abadi will ask the judiciary to overcome the obstacles to prosecute those involved in the corruption of dual nationality, and residents abroad," noting that "the most prominent files of corruption related to the loss of funds of the former regime deposited abroad has been retrieved and did not know its fate" . 

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A Source Reveals The First List Of Corrupts Who Will Be Arrested Soon

Last updated  18/11/2017 01:27 

BAGHDAD /

A political source revealed on Saturday the first list of senior corrupt officials who broke the back of the state budget and caused the waste of public money.

The source told "News News" that "in the manner of Mohammed bin Salman, but the manner and flavor of Iraq will begin large-scale arrests of senior corrupt officials, after the Prime Minister Haider Abadi, he has gone to hand the robbers to justice to get their punishment," noting that them "Politicians and former ministers and agents of ministries and heads of bodies and directors general and members of Parliament issued warrants against them."

"The commission charged with collecting the names of high-level corrupt officials began its work nearly a month ago, including senior judges and staff in financial supervision," he said.

Between the source, the first list includes all of the following:

1. Hoshyar Zebari - Former Minister of Foreign Affairs

2 - Ethel Nujaifi - former governor of Nineveh

3 - Salah Abdul Razzaq - former governor of Baghdad

4 - Abdul Hussein Al-Morshedi - Former Secretary of Baghdad

5 - Naeem Abaoub - former Secretary of Baghdad

6 - Farouk Araji - Director of the military office of former Nuri al-Maliki

7- Hussein al-Maliki (Abu Rehab) - current parliamentarian

8. Yasser Sakhil al-Maliki (Abu Hawra) - current parliamentarian

9 - Adel Mohsen - former inspector of the Ministry of Health

10 - Abu Mujahid al-Rikabi (Katie Njiman) - Secretary of the former Nuri al-Maliki

11 - Saber al - Issawi - former Secretary of Baghdad

12. Hamdeh Al-Jaf - Former General Manager of T bi Bank

13 - Basem Kamal Mahdi - General Manager of Rafidain Bank

14 - Kazem Nashour - General Manager of the former Industrial Bank

15 - Mohammed Hadi - Director General of the former Agricultural Bank

16 - Tief Sami - Director of Budget in the Ministry of Finance

17 - Majed al-Nasrawi, former governor of Basra

18 - Saadoun al-Dulaimi - former defense minister

19 - Abdul Qadir al-Obeidi - former Minister of Defense

20 - Zuhair Gharabawi - former head of the intelligence service

21. Ahmed Al-Saadi - Director General of the Municipality of Baghdad

22- Five general managers in the Municipality of Baghdad

23- Three general managers in the intelligence service

24 - General Manager of Real Estate

25 - Number of employees in the office of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki

26. Number of former ministers

27. Five General Managers of the Ministry of Justice

28. Six General Managers of the Ministry of the Interior

29. Adnan al-Asadi - Former Undersecretary of the Ministry of the Interior

30 - Number of businessmen who got contracts in the ministries of the State by personal orders of Nuri al-Maliki

31 - The first team Aboud Qanbar corner

32. A large number of Ministry of Defense officers

33. A large number of staff members of the Secretariat of the Council of Ministers

 

 

So where is Maliki's name on this list.  I will believe it when I see the list in December. Sometime in December. December 2017 ??? Wheres my grain of salt with this thread?

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In detail, an international team has completed files condemning Iraqi officials for corruption

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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A team of international investigators has completed advanced stages of proving the guilt of Iraqi officials and politicians involved in corruption files, a Saudi newspaper reported on Saturday, noting that the names would be announced at the beginning of next December.

"The team of international investigators has been able to complete advanced stages in proving the guilt of Iraqi officials and politicians involved in files of corruption related to the laundering and smuggling of Iraqi funds abroad," the daily Al Watan said in a report.

The newspaper said, according to informed sources, "the announcement of the names of convicts early next month, coinciding with the start of the work of foreign companies to implement large investment projects in cities liberated from the control of the Daash organization, with the support of donor countries."

The newspaper pointed out that "the Prime Minister Haider Abadi will ask the judiciary to overcome obstacles to prosecute those involved in the corruption of dual nationality, and residents abroad."

"The most prominent files of corruption related to the loss of funds of the former regime deposited abroad has been retrieved and did not know its fate."

 

http://sumer.news/ar/news/23882/بالتفاصيل-فريق-دولي-ينجز-ملفات-إدانة-مسؤولين-عراقيين-بالفساد

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Butifldrm Thanks,  DV, Excellent articles everywhere these past few days.  The hammer is coming to bite some "Politicians" for real this time.  Stealing the "Wealth Of Iraq" from the Iraqi citizens will come to an end IMHO.

 

GO JUSTICE 

 

GO HCL

 

GO RV / RI

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I cannot wait to see that smirk swiped off of Malarki's face. His former secretary military personel and

employees no doubt start singing to save their own fanny's..  This is going to be something!!!  

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Much Appreciated Yota, it seems they will get everyone around Maliki first, and they will all turn on him and tell them everything which will be the final knot in the hangmans rope for Maliki no chance for any loop holes for him to get out of. I believe stretched neck syndrome will be coming soon. 

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Date of release: 2017/11/19 13:46 • 22 times read
Issuing warrants of arrest against the director of the Agricultural Bank in Amarah and his former assistant
(Baghdad: Al Furat News} Revealed Integrity Commission for the issuance of arrest warrants against the Director of the Agricultural Bank Branch of Architecture and Assistant Director of the former bank, indicating that follow-up transactions of agricultural loans had been disbursed contrary to the law led to the issuance of arrest warrants and the recovery of more than one billion dinars to the state treasury.
According to a news release received by the agency {Euphrates News} copy today that "the Office of Investigation Commission in the province of Maysan continued loan transactions disbursed contrary to the controls at the Agricultural Cooperative Bank branch of architecture, indicating that the procedures were complementary to the previous control carried out by the Office in late Last August resulted in the seizure of seven transactions of agricultural loans were disbursed contrary to the controls, totaling a total of 710 million dinars. 
The Department pointed out that "the follow-up of the Office of other loan transactions had been disbursed at the same time with transactions previously seized, led to the addition of new amounts to recover amounts to reach those amounts 1.50 billion dinars." 
He noted that "the procedures of the Office also led to the issuance of arrest warrants against the former bank manager and his assistant, based on the provisions of Article 316 of the Penal Code."
The Integrity Commission announced at the end of last August that it was able to control agricultural loan transactions in the amount of 700 million dinars, which was disbursed in violation of the controls without the knowledge of their original owners in the Agricultural Cooperative Bank branch of architecture. is over
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15 hours ago, boosterbglee said:

GregP...I like your checkoff list!  :pirateship:

 

Thanks, BoosterB!  

+1 for ya. I’m all out of pluses.  😁

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