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Ex-Minister sentenced to 21 years for “Corruption”

2018/02/15 | 03:55

(Iraq Now News)- An Iraqi court on February 12 sentenced former trade minister Abdul Falah al-Sudani to 21 years in prison on corruption charges.

Sudani was involved in a corruption scandal connected to the country’s massive food rations programme.

He was given three sentences, two for “negligence” with a 14-year jail term and a third for “misconduct” with […]

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