Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi, who also serves as commander-in-chief of armed forces, ordered on Wednesday the formation of a central committee that will be responsible for investigating ministers and security bodies accused of corruption charges.
According to an official statement released by the Cabinet, the Prime Minister's decision to form a central committee to investigate officials accused of corruption aims to maintain the Law's sanctity and preserve the spirit of victory achieved by the sacrifices of the armed forces and the security bodies in Iraq.
added that the decision also comes within the framework of efforts exerted to
face corruption and respond to all complaints filed by Iraqi citizens against any
kind of irregularities made by officials.
The committee urged all Iraqi citizens to show cooperation and inform it about illegal practices and irregularities in order to maintain the law's sanctity and announce Iraq free from all kinds of corruption and corrupts.