"Of the 6,000 cases of corrupt officials in previous and current governments, about 3,000 have not been completed," government sources said Sunday . The sources revealed that the government and parliamentary oversight bodies are subject to political pressure, which hampers its work and its ability to hold the corrupt accountable. In this context, the spokesman of the Supreme Judicial Council, Abdul Sattar Birqdar, acknowledged that the recent amnesty law allowed "corrupt" impunity. He stressed that "there are corrupt people have been convicted of judicial decisions and issued sentences of punishment against them according to the law, but they included the law of amnesty, which was legislated by the House of Representatives .
"The Integrity Commission has uncovered hundreds of corruption files and issued arrest warrants against hundreds of officials for their involvement in corruption, misappropriation of public funds, making deals with local and foreign companies for commissions and mismanagement .
"The head of the Integrity Commission Hassan al-Yasiri, announced at the annual conference of the body, the number of ministers and those in the rank of those who were issued orders for recruitment to investigate during the year 2017, 35 ministers, as well as 306 officials, adding that the funds seized more than 51 Billion dinars. " http://aletejahtv.org/permalink/205692.html