Ibrahim Raisi claims that after the corruption of Dabash tea, enemies want to expose corruption

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Ibrahim Raisi claims that after the corruption of Dabash tea, enemies want to expose corruption

After the corruption of the Dabesh tea, Ibrahim Raeisi claims that enemies want to expose corruption.

IRNA, quoting the 13th government’s leader, wrote that the slightest unhealthy administrative relationship in the 13th government is unacceptable. People should see in action that the knot of their work is being untied. It is possible that enemies want to expose corruption, but our plan in the government is to eradicate corruption.

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