The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption has completed 8,000 of the 21 corruption files, while Prime Minister Saad Al-Hadithi’s press office confirmed that “the fight against corruption cannot be undone and that serious and concrete steps are taken to prosecute the corrupt and corrupt.” .
Al-Hadithi told Al-Sabah that “after the formation of the Special Court for Corruption Crimes, which became central to the fight against corruption, the Court formed investigative bodies in all the courts of appeal, which in turn issued orders for the arrest, indictment, indictment and indictment.” Number of former and current officials. ”
Said Yassin Moussa, an observer member of the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption, told Al-Sabah that “there are 21 thousand investigative files pertaining to corruption cases. “There are 4,000 investigative files that are still being finalized in coordination with the Judicial Council.”
“Most of the recent files are blocked by ministers or direct officials,” he said.
For his part, member of the Committee on Integrity in the House of Representatives, Jawad Hamdan al-Saadi, “the formation of a committee to follow up the cases and files of corruption in the Commission on Integrity,” stressing that “the next phase will see the detection and accountability of all corrupt to receive justice.”