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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Monday Evening 3-5-18  
Xbruster69: The Council voted on the parliamentary resolution includes a patch to an error inadvertently in public budget about 3 trillion dinars instead of 2 trillion dinars in compensation of employees and include the Kurdistan and the popular crowd.
House voted the fourteenth regular meeting chaired by Salim Al-Juburi, head of the House in the presence of 220 deputies on Monday, eight laws and six resolutions and finished reading the proposed law. Parliament votes on a bill the national oil company. Parliament decides to resume its Tuesday of next week.

These Are the 15 Most Corrupt Countries in the World
Sam Becker  March 05, 2018
Corruption and economic turmoil often go hand-in-hand. In western nations, we often see corruption come to light as the result of whistleblowers or journalistic efforts. But in many other areas of the world, corruption plays a major role in fostering staggering poverty and broken economic systems. Often, this kneecaps a nation’s ability to function.
In some countries, specific power structures and government architectures provide an easier means for corrupt officials to exploit the system.

​Many governments have their roots in constitutions written generations ago and have outgrown their current systems. Other countries simply lack a centralized power structure.