More than six corrupt figures are currently preparing for fleeing Iraq through the Baghdad International Airport, well-informed sources told the Baghdad Post by phone on Monday.
The sources who requested anonymity did not name the corrupt figures. But it is most likely that former PM Nuri al-Maliki is among them.
Sadrists on social media urged prominent Shia cleric Moqtada Al Sadr to swiftly form a government in a bid to prevent corrupt officials from fleeing the country.
With most votes counted, Al-Sadr-led Saeroon (On the Move) coalition is taking the lead.