President: $150bn pirated from Iraq since 2003

Iraqi President Barham Salih uncovered yesterday that almost $150 billion has been pirated out of the country since 2003, adding that he had arranged a bill to recuperate the carried reserves, Anadolu detailed.

“Government and global measurements and information gauge that Iraq’s monetary incomes from oil since 2003 are near $1 trillion,” Salih said in a broadcast discourse on battling monetary and regulatory debasement.

“These unlawful assets were sufficient to place the country in a superior spot,” he added.

The Iraqi president clarified that he had presented a bill to parliament to recuperate the snuck reserves, consider the degenerate responsible and deal with them.

“The bill likewise incorporates support for monetary and oversight establishments and actuating their instruments,” Salih said, adding that “defilement has disturbed individuals’ will to advance.”

Straightforwardness International positions Iraq among the worst nations on the planet.




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