Posted on 07 March 2011 .
The Parliamentary Integrity Commission revealed on Sunday the most corrupt government ministries, indicating that they are currently investigating the cases and that more details will follow.
Bahaa al-Aaraji, the chairman of the committee told AKnews that the most corrupt ministries are those of health, trade, defense, sports and youth, as well as the Secretariat of Baghdad.
“All legal proceedings will be taken against the ministers and director generals and others who are implicated in corruption in these ministries, even if the officials are currently abroad,” he said.
According to Transparency International, Iraq ranked as the third worst country in the world for corruption in 2006, 2007, and 2008—and the fourth worst in 2009.
One of the key demands of the protestors that have taken to the streets of Iraq’s cities en-masse over the past month is the end of administrative and financial corruption in state institutions.
Dr. Mark A. DeWeaver
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