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The MP, Amjad Al-Oqabi, revealed that the big names will be removed by the Anti-Corruption Committee during the next few days.
Al-Oqabi said in a statement to Ayn News, that “the anti-corruption committee formed by Al-Kazimi is welcomed by the people and politicians and there is no fear of the committee’s procrastination,” indicating that “the popular and parliamentary oversight closely follows the work of the Anti-Corruption Committee for what is happening in the opening of corruption files and picking up. Large heads of those involved in these files.
He added that "had it not been for the continuous public pressure, we would not have heard about big corruption heads that have become in the dock and others await their turn."
Al-Aqabi called on the Anti-Corruption Commission to "prevent all officials who held high positions in the Iraqi state from traveling outside Iraq."
 
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Al-Kazemi meets Al-Halbousi, and they confirm the prosecution of the perpetrators of the attacks and the enforcement of the law

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On Thursday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi stressed the importance of preserving the security of diplomatic missions, pursuing the perpetrators of attacks and imposing the law .

The media office of the Prime Minister said in a statement that Digital Media NTT received a copy of it, today (September 24, 2020) that "the Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi met with the Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad Al-Halbousi."

He added, "All developments in the situation and challenges facing the country, and ways to overcome crises, were discussed."

He explained, "The meeting emphasized the need to extend state control and the sovereignty of its institutions, and the importance of preserving the security of diplomatic missions, pursuing perpetrators of attacks and imposing the law."

He continued, "The meeting came between the Speaker of Parliament and the Prime Minister, in continuation of the integration of work between the executive and legislative authorities, coordination of the legislative and oversight role of the House of Representatives, and support for government efforts in combating corruption."

 
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A member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, Taha Al-Dafi, confirmed, on Saturday, that the ruling on the extent of the seriousness and ability of the government to fight corruption whales and open large files or stay on the sidelines is premature, and we are waiting for what will be revealed in the coming days.
 
"Everyone supports the efforts to combat corruption and recover smuggled and stolen money," Al-Dafi said in an interview with Al-Sumaria News, indicating that "any measures to combat corruption should include senior corrupt individuals and the smuggling of funds and huge contracts in the important ministries in the Iraqi state."
 

Al-Dafa'i added, "We will not be able to fight and contain corruption unless all files are opened in the Iraqi state, with regard to executives, former ministers, general directors and agents, and all contracts in which there are huge files within the Integrity Commission and the rest of the regulatory authorities." Important and large files so that we can curb corruption and convince the public that there are real anti-corruption measures in place. "

He stressed, "We cannot prejudge the steps taken by the government in this field and it is premature, waiting for what we see in the coming period, given that there is talk from the committee formed to combat corruption that there are large files that include important and corrupt personalities," stressing that "
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Nada Gawdat: A big corruption ring that prevents law enforcement

 
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Despite the multiplicity and abundance of laws enacted to combat the scourge of corruption, as well as the large number of supervisory and executive bodies to reduce this phenomenon, which has become inherent in the Iraqi situation, all this did not prevent the spread of corruption. 
And wasted public money.
Member of the Parliament's Economic Committee, Nada Shaker Jawdat, confirmed in an interview with Al-Sabah that “laws will not save Iraq from its situation,” due to mismanagement and planning, as we have many laws, “but the circle of corruption is large and prevents implementation,” as she put it.
The search for limited special interests brought the country to its dilapidated state, and MP Jawdat indicated that “Iraq is not a poor country, and it cannot go through such financial hardship except because of mismanagement.” The Economic Committee provided many solutions for the government to get out of The crisis, including the holding of currency auctions, the communications network that generates a lot of money, as well as border crossings, ports, taxes, state properties and airlines, all of which are revenues “and therefore the government will not need to borrow again,” according to MP Jawdat.
Jawdat stressed that “government limiting has become necessary,” noting that ministries that cannot enter the country's revenues, and cannot identify themselves, “there is no need or benefit from their presence,” indicating that “limber is important at this stage to pass things. correctly".
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Deputy reveals: The political influence is to prevent arrest warrants issued against politicians and soldiers accused of various charges


 
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Member of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, MP Badr Al-Zayadi, called on the concerned authorities to activate the judicial orders issued against a large number of political and security figures.

Al-Ziyadi said in a statement, a copy of which was received by “Habr Press,” that “previous periods witnessed failure to implement judicial orders against those convicted, whether they were political or military figures accused of various charges.

Al-Ziyadi added that the term of separation is for the judiciary and not for parties, political forces or external influences that prevent the implementation of arrest warrants, noting that arrest warrants issued against a not a few of them were not implemented due to partisan influence.

Al-Ziyadi called on the political forces to remove the political cover from any figure proven involved in the waste and theft of the Iraqi people's money.

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A member of the Parliamentary Economic and Investment Committee, Abdul Salam Al-Maliki, called, on Wednesday, for the Anti-Corruption Committee recently formed by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, to open the file of private banks and the nature of their work, and to reveal the names of politicians, who said that they "plunder the wealth of Iraq in legitimate ways."

Al-Maliki said in a statement that Alsumaria News received a copy of, that "the banking business in IraqIt is still stagnant in its place compared to the rest of the banks in other countries of the world, and most of the private banks have turned to places to drain hard currency instead of preserving it or contributing to reconstruction and investment, not to mention the fact that some of these banks are fronts for ISIS And it was dealing with terrorist forces in transferring money inside and outside Iraq Indicating that "the financial crisis that the country is experiencing and what came with it in delaying the payment of employees' salaries are all related, directly or indirectly, to the delay in the banking business that is under the jurisdiction of The Central Bank of Iraq".
 
 


He added that "The Central Bank of Iraq He spoke on several occasions about procedures that will be followed to regulate the work of banks, but without any application on the ground until the moment, pointing out that "most of the private banks have become a burden on the financial sector .Iraq Because of the chaos therein, it has turned into one of the doors of currency depletion and corruption. ”

Al-Maliki called on the Anti-Corruption Committee to“ open the file of private banks and the nature of their work, reveal the political or partisan parties behind them, and announce the names of politicians or bank owners who plunder their wealth.Iraq "Legitimate ways under different headings, in order to end the depletion of the currency and put in place plans and laws that regulate the work of private banks, away from the partisan moods of the mafias of corruption."



Al-Maliki added that he had previously addressed a parliamentary question to the Central Bank regarding “its procedures in dealing with the state of confusion with the work of private banks. Involved in it. "

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October 9, 2020 at 11:50 am | 
Iraq-born British businessman Basil Al-Jarah in London, UK on 7 December 2017 [DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty Images]
Iraq-born British businessman Basil Al-Jarah in London, UK on 7 December 2017 [DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty Images]
 
October 9, 2020 at 11:50 am
 

A former executive at Monaco-based oil and gas consultancy Unaoil has been sentenced to three years and four months in prison for bribing public officials in Iraq to seal deals worth $1.7 billion between 2005 and 2013, Reuters has reported.

Iraq-born British businessman Basil Al-Jarah admitted last year to paying $17 million in bribes to secure contracts to construct oil pipelines, an oil platform and offshore mooring buoys in the Gulf, following the fall of President Saddam Hussein in 2003. Iraq was trying to shore up its battered economy at the time.

This was the third case to be dealt with by a London judge after a five-year investigation by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and US authorities into how the prominent Ahsani family, which ran Unaoil, secured contracts for blue-chip clients across the Middle East, Africa and Central Asia.

Former managers Stephen Whiteley and Ziad Akle have already been sentenced to three and five years in prison respectively. Following Akle’s sentencing in July, SFO Director Lisa Osofsky said, “Ziad Akle and his co-conspirators exploited a country reeling from years of dictatorship and military occupation to line his own pockets and win business. It is this combination of greed and heartless avarice that led to these convictions.”

 

Akle and Whiteley denied any wrongdoing but were found guilty of conspiring to pay more than $500,000 in bribes to win a $55 million oil contract. Both intend to appeal against their convictions, say their lawyers.

According to Al Jarah’s lawyer, John Milner, he was disappointed that the court had not agreed to a suspended sentence and “chose to ignore the position of the owners of Unaoil… (who are) unlikely to share Mr Al Jarah’s fate.”

The Ashani family who owned and controlled Unaoil have denied the allegations, describing them as malicious and damaging. In June it was reported that the SFO had decided to drop its investigation into the family’s affairs but declined to explain why. However, in 2018, Monaco’s Prince Albert II rejected a request by the SFO to extradite Saman Ashani, the company’s former commercial director following an “adverse opinion” from Monaco’s Court of Appeal.

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Al-Fath: We support Al-Kazemi in his fight against the corrupt, and we demand the activation of the Anti-Corruption Council

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, Al-Fateh Alliance affirmed, on Wednesday, its support for the steps taken by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi in his war against the corrupt, calling for activating the Supreme Anti-Corruption Council to bring the mafias of corruption to justice.
"We support every effort that is in the interest of the country and combating corruption and retribution against the corrupt, and we will certainly not stand against the prime minister's order to form a committee dedicated to combating corruption," said coalition deputy Thamer Dhibian Al-Hamdani.
He added, "There are some criticisms directed at the recently formed committee to combat corruption, considering that it is a temporary committee and did not pass through the constitutional institutions to legislate it before its approval."
He expressed his "hope to activate the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption and the Integrity Commission, considering that they are independent and legitimate departments in accordance with the constitution." The Integrity Commission and the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption. "
He continued, "We call for intensifying efforts to end these mafias that have dominated the capabilities of the people and robbed their wealth. They are known for their names and orientations, and even their location is known. The mechanism of corruption is known from far and wide, which led to the waste of public money, which led Iraq to pass major economic crises."
Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi had recently formed a supreme committee to combat corruption and granted it all the powers to hold government institutions accountable and review their papers.
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Baghdad-Al-Sharqiya, October 9: Participants in the "Game of Chairs" program unanimously agreed that the Anti-Corruption Committee has succeeded in curbing the major thieves, despite the pressure exerted on Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to limit access to the big heads of corruption ...
Participants emphasized that the only way to eliminate Corruption and reform of the state is the continuation of efforts and not stopping at gathering evidence
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Parliamentary integrity: three challenges facing the Anti-Corruption Commission

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A member of the Integrity Committee in the House of Representatives, Alia Nassif, revealed, on Friday, three challenges facing the work of the Permanent Committee to Combat Corruption and Major Crimes.
A member of the committee said in a statement to the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "There are many recruitment orders and the arrest of suspects with the rank of minister or director general."
She added, "There are several challenges facing the work of the committee, the first of which is that some corrupt political forces have begun to criticize the committee, whether in secret or in public, and the second challenge is the judiciary’s keenness to ensure that the procedures followed are legal, and the third challenge is not to bypass the integrity commission in the committee’s procedures. ".
She added, "her committee has alerted the Integrity Commission, through its visits to the commission, or even through indirect messages to the Prime Minister, of the need to follow legal procedures in prosecuting the corrupt."
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Shafaq News / It can be said without exaggeration that Basra and its ports are the most important test for the government in Baghdad; if it wants to make progress in the fight against corruption and the imposition of state sovereignty, which directly and rapidly reflects on the life and livelihood of citizens.

Basra is one of Iraq’s poorest provinces, a fact that contrasts sharply with the fact that this southern city is the main crossing point for more than 80% of the goods entering Iraqi markets, exceptional commercial importance that Iraq has accumulated since the 1930s when it decided to play its natural role as a major regional port.

In addition to the important offshore ports in Basra, the province has major oil resources, which reinforces the bewildering questions about why the people of Basra do not benefit from such wealth to improve their lives.

Basra is the economic artery of Iraq, where Al-Kadhimi’s government's methods of combating corruption are intertwined in the conflict with militias -according to Shafaq News agency’s sources in Basra- which would confirm the government's stated desire to deal with these heavy files before the Iraqi public.

For example, the Border Crossing Authority reported in July 2020 that Umm Qasr port in Basra province generated more than 23 billion Iraqi dinars in fiscal revenue for the state’s treasury in June alone. In a report by the Central Bureau of Statistics in August, revenues from Iraq's ports increased by 7.3% and the total revenues generated by the General Port Company reached 486.3 billion dinars in 2019 compared to 453.3 billion dinars in 2018.

In contrast, the Iraqi Ministry of Planning estimates that Basra’s poverty rate is 16% -figures recorded before the economic situation worsens and the COVİD-19 pandemic spreads- and is also contrary to other unofficial figures that indicate that the poverty rate in the province is 50%.

The Iraqi coastline extends over the Gulf for 58 kilometers and includes the Basra oil export port, which is one of the most important export points for Iraqi oil on Gulf waters; it is also one of several commercial and oil ports, including Umm Qasr port, Khor al-Zubair port, and Al-Faw Grand port.

These facts dictate the fundamental question: where do these resources go and why is this deterioration in Basra's situation?

 

According to Shafaq News agency’s sources, Basra and its ports are experiencing intense struggles for control and influence between different parties, turning the city into an easy meal fought over by the various hungry forces of corruption as its people struggle with hunger.

The multiplicity of authorities in the ports may have given way to different sides to wrestle in light of the widespread extreme poverty in many Iraqi and Basra’s families.

Abu Hashim, a resident of Umm Qasr, told Shafaq News agency that his area is one of many where services have deteriorated, noting that although some projects are available, they remain shy and do not match the size of the population there. One of the problems is the ports’ unrenovated life, including Umm Qasr port; which is receiving daily imports that can rebuild all of Basra, adding, “It is shameful that the road to the port suffers from zigzags and losses, which indicates the effects of corruption and partisan interventions that hinder the work of the ports”.

Former Iraqi transport minister and current Member of Parliament, Kadhim Finjan Al-Hammami told Shafaq News agency that political interference in the ports is done by various political entities to control senior positions, as well as the management of Iraqi ports.

Al-Hammami stressed that the interventions come from various Iraqi formations; which is a theoretical picture of the quota. These quota authorities work to impose themselves and their agendas on the senior positions from the minister to the general managers.. This may cause the loss of Iraq’s future completely.

"The best option, is to form a real technocratic government in Iraq that will take over the ministerial portfolios, and the prime minister will work on it without taking the political entities’ permission nor allowing them to interfere, which is his responsibility”, Al-Hammami added.

Anmar Al-Safi, head of the Strategic Center in Basra, said that the multiplicity of authorities in Iraqi ports is affecting the operation and flow of goods entering Iraqi ports, noting that this situation is contrary to what exists in various ports in the world, where there is a single authority working to manage any port.

As for the Iraqi ports, Al-Safi said, “The port’s manager should be the only person who orders and directs towards the right path to reach the smooth entry and exit of goods in a correct and fast way; for the effectiveness of the ports of the world nowadays is measured by the length of the stay of goods inside the ports, and Iraq should join these countries in this regard”.

Al-Safi told Shafaq News agency, “The port administration should be on one side, such as Umm Qasr port/customs, which is run by one party.. The multiplicity of authorities constitutes a negative situation in the face of the movement and flow of goods and port management, which delays the development of ports. A single administration could diagnose and address the defect by directing all the departments inside the port”.

Information indicates that large-scale fraud sits in customs and includes misrepresentations in the weight of ships, the type of goods, and procedures for registering ships, in addition to bribes obtained by officials from the merchants to allow them to pass their goods, otherwise they threaten to delay their entry through the customs of the port, which sometimes exposes the goods to damage and exposes traders to loss.

Undocumented information also indicates that political and partisan figures control the docks and receive taxes from importers; those taxes are sometimes imposed by more than one party, depriving the Iraqi treasury tens of millions of dollars a year.

Iraq ranks high on the list of the world's most corrupt countries -according to Transparency International, while several estimates put more than 450 billion dollars lost -since the 2003 invasion, due to corruption.

Al-Safi highlights another aspect of the problems and explains that the support services in the ports have duties within Iraqi ports and receive their guidance from their ministry and public services.. This can be coordinated with the senior management in Iraqi ports so that the administration can receive the same directives. Traders sometimes prefer one port over the other, due to the differences in ports’ procedures.

 

“Similar to what happens in the border crossings; Some traders are directing their goods towards one port because it is different from others -as in the crossings of Kurdistan. Accordingly, the source of the directives must be central and unified..the port, which can get the cargo out and facilitate the movement of the ship quickly –as compared to other ports, will become an attractive port for all goods; in the light of the orientation to Al-Faw Grand port, which can be a link between East and West”, Al-Safi said.

Basra's ports are a microcosm of Iraq's problems, which hinder its ability to succeed and emerge from its crises. Can Al-Kadhimi’s government start reforming from somewhere?

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The top corrupt people are `` well-known. '' A deputy calls out in connection with the campaign against corruption

 

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Member of Parliament, Nada Shaker, called on Saturday (October 10, 2020) to open what she called the "account" file to combat corruption at the level of senior corrupt persons, explaining that "the last campaign will not reach adults."

In an interview with an agency from Karbala Al-Khabar, Shaker said, "The recent anti-corruption campaign included young corrupt people who disagreed with them in a certain interest and put them as a scapegoat," indicating that "fighting corruption needs real strength and will."
She added that "the anti-corruption campaign did not include the most corrupt, and they are known to everyone by their names and addresses, for fear of them," noting that "opening the account file will end the corruption that permeates all parts of the state and return to the budget billions of smuggled dollars."
Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi formed a committee specialized in combating corruption and prosecuting the corrupt and those involved in major corruption operations, headed by Lieutenant General Ahmed Abu Ragheef, to arrest those accused of corruption.
The human rights team, Ahmed Abu Ragheef, Chairman of the Permanent Committee to Combat Corruption and Important Crimes, had confirmed, on Sunday (September 20, 2020), that the functions of the Anti-Corruption Committee go beyond major issues and its work under the supervision of the Supreme Judicial Council, after his visit to the head of the Integrity Commission.
The fight against corruption is at the top of the demands of the angry protests that began last October, at a time when Iraq occupies a place among the countries in the world that witnesses financial and administrative corruption, according to the index of Transparency International over the past years.
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October 14, 2020 at 5:26 pm |
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October 14, 2020 at 5:26 pm
 

An Iraqi criminal court sentenced a bank official to six years in prison on corruption charges.

Mohamed Khafaji, the former director of the Agricultural Bank, was convicted of wasting around 600 billion Iraqi dinars (around $500,000) between 2011 and 2014.

Based on the ruling, which is preliminary and may be appealed, Khafaji was ordered to be arrested and have his assets frozen.

In the past weeks, Iraqi authorities arrested a number of officials in financial institutions over accusations of corruption.

In August, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi formed a special committee to investigate corruption, while protesters have been demanding an end to corruption which has left the country financially crippled.

Iraq tops the countries where corruption is most prevalent, according to Transparency International.

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Mohamed Khafaji, the former director of the Agricultural Bank, was convicted of wasting around $500,000 between 2011 and 2014.

 

That's peanuts compared to what Maliki and gang pilfered. Seems Iraq is hesitant to cut the REAL head off the snake in it's midst. Sad for the citizens.

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October 14, 2020 at 5:26 pm |
Iraqi dinar banknotes [Ali Choukeir/AFP/Getty Images]
An Iraqi counts his dinar banknotes on 22 June 2017 [Ali Choukeir/AFP/Getty Images]
 
October 14, 2020 at 5:26 pm
 

An Iraqi criminal court sentenced a bank official to six years in prison on corruption charges.

Mohamed Khafaji, the former director of the Agricultural Bank, was convicted of wasting around 600 billion Iraqi dinars (around $500,000) between 2011 and 2014.

Based on the ruling, which is preliminary and may be appealed, Khafaji was ordered to be arrested and have his assets frozen.

In the past weeks, Iraqi authorities arrested a number of officials in financial institutions over accusations of corruption.

In August, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi formed a special committee to investigate corruption, while protesters have been demanding an end to corruption which has left the country financially crippled.

Iraq tops the countries where corruption is most prevalent, according to Transparency International.

The math does not work here.

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On 10/7/2020 at 6:08 AM, yota691 said:
... Anti-Corruption Committee recently formed by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, to open the file of private banks and the nature of their work, and to reveal the names of politicians, who said that they "plunder the wealth of Iraq in legitimate ways."

 

Sounds like the Iraqi politicians got the "OXYMORON Playbook" from our good ol' Quid Pro Joe.

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Thanks google translate for the irony...since all these ding dong corrupt politicians etc., do like to convince themselves (while trying to convince others), that they got their wealth legitimately.

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Waiting for the simultaneous Kazemi RV Button Push & Corruption Toilet Flush.

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Alia Nassif: World countries are investing "smuggled" Iraq money

 
Baghdad: Omar Abdul Latif
 

Member of Parliament Alia Nassif accused regional and foreign countries of providing protection for “smuggled” Iraqi funds deposited with them by corrupt figures.

Nassif told Al-Sabah: “Iraqi funds smuggled into Arab and foreign countries are fully protected by the countries depositing with them,” noting that “all countries in the region have Iraqi money smuggled by corrupt politicians in their banks.”
Nassif explained the provision of protection for these funds by countries to "their great benefit from them in advancing their economic reality through recycling and investing them in various projects in them, especially as they are estimated at tens of billions of dollars," indicating that "Iraq will not be able to recover these funds, because there is no Bilateral agreements on this issue between him and the countries in it ».
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It might be me but if you have documentation with names you better get busy on agreements.

 Maliki does have  50 Billion plus. Publish the names and the countries they made deposits in.  :shrug:

Hey Yota thanks.  :)

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Al-Fath: We support..........we demand the activation of the Anti-Corruption Council

 

I bet old tater head is just quaking in his boots now.( Oh no they might activate an anti-corruption council. That’ll take at least 20 years)

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