Iraq corruption watchdog: $320bn stolen over 15 years

Will the new prime minister be able to tackle corruption and make a fresh start?

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    The parliamentary transparency commission in Iraq says $320bn has gone missing in the past 15 years, because of government corruption.

    It's one of many big issues weighing on the minds of Iraqis as they prepare to vote for a new parliament on Saturday.

    Al Jazeera's Imran Khan reports from Baghdad, Iraq.


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