Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi has vowed to hit the corrupt and the thief

Diyala-ALSharqiya July 11: Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi vowed to hit the corrupt and thieves at the border crossings, stressing that the customs campus is under the protection of military forces.

On the sidelines of the inauguration of the Mandali border crossing in Diyala governorate, Al-Kazemi said that the stage of restoring order and law has begun, and that the government will not allow the theft of public money in the outlets.

Al-Kazimi added that our visit to the Mandali port is a clear message to all the corrupt that you will not have a foothold in the border crossings as a whole, calling on all circles to fight corruption because it is a public demand.

Al-Kazemi also announced that he would grant powers to the head of the border crossing board to enable him to fight and chase corrupt people.


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