It was among a number of urgent recommendations made by parliament's financial and economic affairs committee.
Others include referring violations by ministers to the Public Prosecution and giving MPs the right to directly contact the judiciary and executive bodies about such issues.
The Cabinet last week announced eight government officials had been suspended in connection with 25 corruption cases under investigation.
It originally referred 20 cases to the
However, another five cases were later added to the probe.
Another 33 "serious" cases are still being reviewed by Cabinet's executive committee, which is due to issue a decision on
The Finance Minister said the government was keen to prosecute everyone responsible. "The government will have a new separated budget system in future, which sees all finances divided without entanglement and we are currently working on it," he said.
"Millions have been squandered under his 10-year tenure as minister, so he is responsible, put him in jail and the problem ends," he alleged.
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