Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani said, “We are continuing to evaluate the Ministers, and there is a Cabinet reshuffle soon that we will announce in the coming days.”
Al-Sudani added in a meeting with representatives of a number of Iraqi satellite channels: “All Ministers are subject to evaluation, and we will work to replace any Minister proven to be negligent in his work,” adding, “We will continue to evaluate the Ministers, and there is a ministerial reshuffle soon that we will announce in the coming days.
He continued: "We will announce during the current week the exemption of 15 Undersecretaries and consultants in the Ministries."
Al-Sudani said that the commitment to combating corruption is a practical reality and not a reality within the promises.
He added that the will to combat corruption exists, and there are no red lines in front of any file.
He continued: All information from members of Parliament regarding our corruption files is investigated, indicating that our anti-corruption procedures are professional.
Al-Sudani said that the principle of recovering funds and wanted persons has become a reality and countries have begun to respond to Iraq.
He added: For the first time, the corrupt feel that they are being pursued and that citizenship will not protect them. Our relationship with countries depends on responding to this file, stressing that many of those wanted abroad have begun to contact each other, and some of them have surrendered themselves.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency