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Justice prevents a financial waste of two billion and 475 million dinars in Nineveh

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Justice prevents a financial waste of two billion and 475 million dinars in Nineveh

Post by claud39 on Tue Jan 08, 2019 8:40 am


Justice prevents a financial waste of two billion and 475 million dinars in Nineveh


The Justice Ministry's Inspector-General Karim al-Ghazi announced on Tuesday that a financial waste of two billion and 475 million dinars in Nineveh was prevented. 

Al-Ghazi said in a statement received by "Al-Ghad Press" a copy of it that "a committee of the Office was able to prevent financial waste, by canceling the imaginary registration of a property owned by the Ministry of Finance in the province of Nineveh has been tampered with the priorities of his order."

He added that "the office received information from the Office of the Inspector-General of the Ministry of Finance regarding the manipulation of a bag of real estate in the province of Nineveh area of ​​more than (55) dunums and an estimated value of two billion and (475) million dinars." 

The inspector general explained that the committee conducted an investigation of the real estate properties, and issued statements by a number of employees to find out that there were manipulations by illegally assigning the property to two citizens and issuing a title in their name. 

"The committee formed by the Office of the Inspector-General recommended revoking this restriction, removing the impact and re-registering it in the name of the Ministry of Finance, in addition to referring the missing employees to the Integrity Commission to take the necessary action on them," Ghazi said.

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