Today, Monday, the Unified Anbar Alliance revealed the fact that the director of the Reconstruction Fund for the liberated provinces, Muhammad al-Ani, escaped, while the latter was considered one of the “arms” of the Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi, among the reasons for calling him the “black box.”
The leader of the coalition, Abdullah Al-Jughaifi, said in an interview with Al-Maalouma Agency, “The director of the Reconstruction Fund for the Liberated Provinces, Muhammad Al-Ani, is accused of corruption, and according to the information we received, he has fled outside Iraq.”
He explained that it would be impossible for anyone accused of corruption to escape without the assistance of others, particularly in the case of al-Ani who is involved in significant allegations. He also pointed out that the individuals who are supporting and backing al-Ani are high-ranking leaders in Anbar province.
The leader of the Anbar Alliance explained, “The director of the Reconstruction Fund is one of the arms of the Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi,” pointing out that “the Reconstruction Fund used to represent the economic office of the Speaker of Parliament.”
Al-Jughaifi indicated that “Muhammad al-Ani’s escape will be followed by the escape of the former director of retirement of Anbar, Anas al-Alwani,” noting that “naming him the black box title comes as a result of the association of these personalities with one side, and corruption files revolve around this network and revealing the secrets of any of them will pay to reveal the secrets of the network as a whole.”
The Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia’a al-Sudani, had ordered the dismissal of the director of the Liberated Governorates Reconstruction Fund, Muhammad al-Ani, from his post. On the background of files of corruption in the fund.
Many corruption deals and financial breaches revolve around the director of the Reconstruction Fund for the Liberated Provinces, Muhammad al-Ani, which prompted him to flee outside Iraq, according to what was reported by some local newspapers.