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Post by claud39 on Tue Mar 05, 2019 9:24 am


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Monday, March 04,

Corruption and the repercussions of economic indebtedness Alsabaah-7636

Baghdad / Emad Al-Amara

The economic academic Dr. Jamal al-Ani stressed that there are a number of solutions and treatments that reduce the size of corruption and be based on transparency and strengthening the judiciary and the rule of law. Corruption can also be tackled by developing a strategy that will stabilize the general situation by framing the objectives according to international legal standards.
Rule of law

Al-Ani said in an interview with al-Sabah that "an important factor in the fight against corruption is the rule of law and its application to all through official institutions, as well as the establishment of national transparency standards and their dissemination through the media as a method of educating citizens to reduce the role of spoilers, "He said.

Forms of corruption

He added: "Iraq is no different from other countries plagued by corruption in light of the deteriorating security situation in previous years and the weakness of the force of the law, which took forms of corruption in various forms such as bribery, embezzlement, abuse of public office and assault on public funds and the decline of integrity and transparency and violation of civil service law and smuggling of funds and transactions imaginary "He said.
"The causes of corruption in the country can be traced back to the security situation, which hampers censorship and leads to administrative and financial violations and social reasons related to poor social awareness of the dangers of corruption and the widespread acceptance of bribery, as well as the lack of economic policies," he said.

"However, the government has taken it upon itself to combat corruption through the constitutional and regulatory channels. Article 72 of the Iraqi constitution (financial and administrative corruption is a serious crime that is outside the pardoning authority of the President)."
Corruption, both financial and administrative, is one of the main indicators of economic failure. Transparency International has defined corruption as "exploiting power for personal gain", while the World Bank has defined corruption as "abuse of public gain."

"Corruption usually occurs when an employee accepts or requests bribes or extortion to facilitate a contract or a public tender, and when agents or mediators of private companies or businesses offer bribes to benefit from public policies or procedures to overcome competitors and make profits outside "Corruption can be obtained by exploiting the public service without resorting to bribery such as locating relatives or stealing state funds directly," he said.

Judicial decisions

Dr. Ahmed Omar Al-Rawi, a member of the Center for Arab and International Studies, said: "The State's actions in the fight against corruption need to be activated to suit the size of the phenomenon. It therefore requires the government to conduct serious financial audits to secure public funds, As well as knowledge of the major advances granted, as the acquisition of half of the amounts of these advances will strengthen the financial capabilities of the state and fill the proportion of the deficit of public budgets and the country to extricate from external borrowing.

Tightened sanctions

The narrator suggested to fight corruption "to reconsider the judicial decisions on the punishment of the defendant sentenced to public money and work on the previous provisions on the non-release of the convicted until the payment of the amount of public funds."
He called on the judicial authorities to "tighten the penalties for those involved in the exploitation of public money and disregard for their political and functional positions, to prove to the public the seriousness of the state and the seriousness of the judiciary in combating corruption by cutting the accused stealing money 
General ".

Addressing the economic situation

He said that "the measures of the supervisory and judicial bodies in fighting corruption are still below the level, which led to the aggravation of this phenomenon, which negatively affected the development of society." He stressed that "the survival of corruption without the fight will eliminate the chances of improving the financial situation, International financing in addressing the economic situation, but it will lead to the repercussions of debt on the social situation in 
Country ".
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