Corruption Continues to Destabilize Iraq

By Toby Dodge, for Chatham House. Any opinions expressed are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.

In March and April, an extensive opinion poll carried out across Iraq found that the population were only united by very high levels of pessimism (opens in new window) about the future of their country.

At the centre of their concerns, and the key factor in driving mistrust, is the issue of corruption.

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One Response to Corruption Continues to Destabilize Iraq

  1. Ibn Al Iraq 6th October 2019 at 08:17 #


    The UN, IMF, World Bank should exercise more efforts and pressures so that changes can see the light in Iraq and any other corrupted countries. The World is small and we should unit for better living standards, respect to humanity.

    Corruption in Iraq is in every ministry and department of the government. its getting worse and worse everyday. major and small projects are delayed big time due to mismanagement of public sector along with their deliberate unique & endless obstacles