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Learn about Parliament's vision of institutionalizing and fighting corruption - Page 2 Empty The Anti-Corruption Council issues decisions and directives concerning the holding of an oil partnership, the recovery of funds and follow-up of wanted persons with Interpol

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[rtl](Baghdad: Al-Furat News) The Supreme Council for the fight against corruption held its fifteenth meeting under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi.[/rtl]
[rtl]A statement issued by the Prime Minister's Office received a copy of the news agency "The Euphrates News" that the Council "discussed a number of topics on its agenda, where the Council heard a briefing by the Ministry of Oil on the contract partnership between the Iraqi Oil Tankers Company and the Arab Maritime Transport Company And took a decision to limit the marketing and sale of black oil through the National Oil Company (Sumo) exclusively. " 
The Council reviewed the report of the Secretariat of the Supreme Commission for Inter-Provincial Coordination on the work of the offices of the inspectors in the provinces for the ministries that transferred the powers to it and the need for complementarity of work between local governments and the central government to make the best use of the presence of offices of inspectors in the provinces and give them the necessary powers to perform their duties.
As for the investigation with the governors and the heads of the provincial councils, the Council stressed that the investigations should be fair and equitable and instructed the permanent investigative committee formed for this purpose to exercise its powers and not to tolerate investigations and to provide the judiciary with the necessary facts and data to enable it to carry out its role in accordance with the legal and fundamental contexts. The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption should be provided with files of governors who have been dismissed or removed from office on the basis of corruption indicators so that the necessary measures can be taken. 
And briefed the Board on the reports of the Integrity Commission with regard to the Department of the recovery of funds outside Iraq and directed follow-up file of Iraqi funds and real estate outside Iraq as well as the Department of Prevention in the real estate registration departments and directed the completion of audits. 
The Council stressed the need for local governments to abide by constitutional and legal contexts on the legislation of laws and not to exceed their powers in this regard.
The Council instructed the Ministries of Interior and Foreign Affairs to follow up with Interpol and achieve better cooperation to extradite wanted persons to the Iraqi judiciary and activate bilateral agreements in this regard.[/rtl]







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Baghdad / Sumer News The Finance Committee called on Friday, the Office of Financial Supervision to send a detailed report on the work of the Rasheed Bank to know the rates of corruption and money laundering branches of those banks. Committee member Ahmad Hama Rashid said in a press statement that "the parliamentary finance committee can not throw charges against state institutions unless evidence is relied on to follow up on corruption." He added that "the Committee calls on the Office of Financial Supervision to send a report on the work of the Rasheed Bank and determine the rates of corruption in money laundering to the role of the supervisory role to follow up corruption and file files to the Supreme Council to combat corruption." The Secretariat of the Council of Ministers said earlier that the Council of Ministers approved the second annual report of the Council on combating money laundering and the financing of terrorism in 2018, provided by the Central Bank of Iraq.







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The Integrity Commission announced on Wednesday the recommendations approved by the Central Investigative Team to follow up the sluggish projects in Najaf, indicating that the cost of "the most important" investment projects lagging in the province of one billion and a quarter billion dinars.


The Authority said in a statement read by "Economy News" that "the total number of projects lagging in the province of 240 projects, including 104 projects funded centrally, including 45 projects where there are financial and administrative irregularities," indicating that "the most prominent projects financed centrally project (rehabilitation and tiling) Karbston and sidewalks) streets in the district of victory more than (22,600,000,000) billion dinars, and the establishment and processing of a water unit south of Kufa, about (6.500 million) billion dinars.


She added that "the number of investment projects vacated by the Najaf Investment Corporation monitored 136 projects, most notably the compound (Bab Ali) housing ($ 248,200) million, and the establishment of a residential complex for academics about (245 million) million dollars, (168,000,000) and (129,000,000) million dollars, respectively, as well as two projects of cement production plant and the establishment of an industrial city with more than (240,000,000) and (170,000,000) million dollars and many other important projects.


The department pointed to "the most prominent investment projects in which criminal and news cases have been opened, such as the monorail train, the construction of a pharmaceutical factory and the construction of a residential complex comprising 2200 housing units, tourist hotels, recreational complexes and commercial buildings."


"The investigation team, headed by the Director General of the Department of Investigations, is responsible for the management and follow-up of investigations and investigations into cases, criminal cases and information, as well as reconstruction projects, services, investment and projects plagued by suspicions of corruption."




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BAGHDAD ( 
Reuters) - Deputy Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi issued a decision to freeze the installation of some directors-general of the Ministry of Electricity because of suspicions of corruption against them, MP Ali Nassif said Wednesday. 
"The Prime Minister's Office has proved its interest in the interest of the country and the public money by issuing a decision to freeze the installation of some directors-general and agents in the Ministry of Electricity for their corruption in a positive step that deserves praise and appreciation," Nassif said in a statement received by Mawazine News. 
The MP pointed out that "the process of filtering should include most ministries that have signs of corruption. The elimination of corruption requires serious steps and strict measures that put an end to the tyranny of public money and end their recklessness and their continued looting of the people's capabilities. Ending 29 / a 43



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A former Iraq executive for Ona Oil admits bribes

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Direct: approved a former partner in Iraq for Ona Oil, an oil and gas consulting company based in Monaco, plead guilty to five counts of offering bribes in the first conviction of an ongoing criminal investigation three years ago conducted by anti - British Serious Fraud Office .
The 70-year-old Basal al-Jarrah pleaded guilty on July 15 to plotting to bribe contracts for the supply and installation of single-floating platforms and oil pipelines in southern Iraq, the office said .
A court order banning publication in the case was canceled on Friday, the agency said .
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The head of the coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, on Monday, with Inspector General of the Ministry of Interior Jamal al-Asadi, the development of regulatory bodies to combat financial and administrative corruption.



The Office of al-Maliki said in a statement received "morning", a copy of it, "The head of a coalition of state law received in his office Inspector General of the Ministry of Interior Jamal al-Asadi and discussed together efforts to combat administrative and financial corruption and support the oversight bodies and the rule of law," noting that "both sides stressed the inevitability of the will A genuine national anti-corruption administrative, financial and regulatory development and support to succeed in
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Al-Maliki stressed that "the SAIs should take their full role and be supported by all to succeed in their mission in combating corruption and purging corrupt state organs." He explained that "the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption was formed in 2008 and has now been activated. Everyone in his power to succeed in his mission. "



For his part, al-Asadi called for "supporting the monitoring bodies and supporting them and enacting laws that ensure their success in their war on corruption and that concerted efforts have been combined and unified in the war on terrorism, which resulted in defeating terrorism and the victory of Iraq, which is also required in the face of corruption, Pointing out that "the corruption of several facets require the development of strict mechanisms to ensure the fight against and address and eliminate it."






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Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, on Tuesday, the existence of arrest warrants issued against 11 ministers and those of their rank, pointing out the existence of 1367 cases of corruption referred to the Integrity Courts.



Abdul-Mahdi said in a speech during the weekly conference and attended by Alsumaria News that "there are unresolved issues in various institutions of the State amounted to 4117 cases in total," pointing to the existence of "1367 cases of corruption referred to the courts of integrity."






"There are arrest warrants issued against 11 ministers and those of their rank," Abdul-Mahdi said. "The anti-corruption council has strengthened its measures to fight corruption and to pursue the corrupt." 

"We will mention the names of the defendants if the investigations prove their corruption," Abdul Mahdi said, adding that "we have the US Treasury sanctions file on legal advisers to decide on them." 

"The US moves in Iraq are in coordination with the Iraqi government and we are monitoring the movements," he said. "There is no consolidation of the popular crowd in the army or police because it is a special category for the armed forces."


"There are several names submitted to the Ministry of Education and the Prime Minister is the one who chooses the name of the candidate, and the consensus is important between the political blocs in order to pass the candidate to the ministry." 


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The legislative and executive branches have agreed to pass most of the laws related to combating corruption during the next stage.



A member of the parliamentary legal committee, Wajih Abbas, in an interview with «morning», that «the legislative and executive authorities show unprecedented interest in the laws that fall within the work of the Supreme Council to combat corruption, revealing the existence of an agreement between the two authorities to pass most of the laws related to fighting corruption Financial and administrative.



He added that the laws that can be legislated during the next stage are related to integrity, corruption, bribery and distribution of powers, and any law that can reduce financial and administrative corruption to enter the 110 laws sent by the government to the House of Representatives, which will be approved as soon as possible, That the parliament completed the reading of 60 laws for the first time and 35 laws for the second time and started 10 laws.



Abbas stressed that the most attention is focused on the laws sent by the government and the exclusion of any law submitted by the deputies, expressing the hope that the next stage will see a law submitted by members of the House of Representatives that affect the life of the citizen.



For his part, said member of the Legal Committee Hussein Aqabi that the Committee has put forward several views on the fight against corruption, including the legislation of important laws to reduce the procurement and elimination.



Al-Aqabi told Al-Sabah that the government has not submitted any draft law to the House of Representatives regarding combating corruption so far. He pointed out that the Legal Committee has raised its views on the laws against corruption, including reviewing the law of the Commission on Integrity and Financial Supervision and Administrative Audit, Of the offices of the Inspectors General to disengage from the Ministers to be the Inspector General independent and away from the authority of the minister or party that nominated him for the post.






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Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi revealed that orders for summoning 11 ministers and their degrees in corruption cases had been issued by mid-June, out of a total of 3.2 thousand summonses.

The Prime Minister said at the weekly meeting of the Council, according to a statement from the Council of Ministers, that the implementation of 2.1 thousand orders from the total orders issued, and was canceled 341 orders and referred to other investigative courts.

The Prime Minister added that the orders of arrest until the middle of last month amounted to 1.59 thousand orders, of which 497 were implemented by the concerned authorities 714, 383 orders were canceled and transferred to other investigation courts, the number of orders of arrest of ministers and the rank of 7 and the number of orders issued against them 15, Special grades and general managers, and in their grades 45.

He pointed out that the total criminal cases of integrity and trial brought to the court amounted to 1.27 thousand cases as of mid-June 2019. The number of accused referred to the Court of the subject 2.2 thousand, including 4 ministers, 123 special grades and general managers and their rank.

He pointed out that the total seized amounts amounted to 21 billion dinars, and the total funds maintained by 231 billion dinars, and the value of funds returned during the seizure of 33 million dinars.

The Iraqi prime minister said that the total number of cases under investigation, which has not been resolved so far, amounted to 4.12 thousand cases.

Adel Abdul Mahdi stressed that the Anti-Corruption Council is working hard to combat the corruption found in the Iraqi state departments and institutions.

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Baghdad today - Baghdad Hashim al-Hasnawi, member of the General Assembly of the National Wisdom Movement, said on Wednesday, 24 July, 2019, that his opposition movement welcomed the announcement by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi of arrest warrants against 11 ministers for .corruption

 Al-Hasnawi said in an interview with (Baghdad today)," The suspicions that took place" around the ministers and accused of corruption and terrorism, were met with the delay of the government in the past until the stability of the situation and the completion of the cabinet,

" .according to what she saw it He stressed that "the trend of wisdom opposed to the government, welcomes the subject of talk about the biographies of ministers and revealed their files to deliver a positive message and make the cabinet cabal is able administratively and politically and away from suspicions ".of corruption He demanded that the government "disclose the ministers and their names and political affiliations and the circumstances of the charges against them and move from the hint to the ".statement and then the application on the ground He said: "We as an opposition current is not in the defense of the government, but from my point of view that the government wanted to stabilize the position of the cab on the ministerial start to open any file against any official in which there are suspicions," noting that "Abdul Mahdi did not move open files ministries, On the pretext that this will knock the cab " 

.and bring things back to square one He stressed that "the actions of Abdul-Mahdi is part of his duties in the fight against corruption, and a step very welcome and represents significant progress to combat corruption," noting that "the movements of the Prime Minister may be slow, and we need to be concrete and away from the theory and there is a practical application in the performance .of government "He said Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi revealed on Tuesday (23 July 2019) the issuance of orders .against 11 ministers and those of their rank There have been 4117 cases against the various institutions of the state," Abdul Mahdi said" .at his weekly press conference We will mention the names of the defendants if the investigations prove their corruption," he" .said He pointed out that there are "1267 cases of corruption referred to the Integrity Courts,"

 ".noting that "arrest warrants issued against 11 ministers and those of their rank He added that "there are unresolved issues in various institutions of the state, amounted to 4117 cases," noting that "the directorates of control in the country amounted to 261 cases," threatening to "mention the names of defendants in the event of investigations proved ".corruption On the sanctions imposed by the US Treasury on four Iraqi figures, the prime minister "."referred to the legal advisers to decide 


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HE Mr. Hassan Kareem Al Kaabi, First Deputy Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies, discussed with Mr. Faik Zaidan, Chairman of the Supreme Judicial Council, the enhancement of cooperation between the legislative and judicial authorities in combating corruption and enforcing the rule of law.


During his visit on Sunday, July 28, 2019, he discussed the Supreme Judicial Council building in Baghdad and his meeting with its chairman, Mr. Fayek Zeidan, on issues related to the lifting of the immunity of deputies accused of corruption cases during their executive duties before their election as members of the current parliamentary session. The judiciary in combating corrupt and resolving issues that contribute to the security and stability in the country.


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Iraq's anti-corruption commission said Monday it has recovered $1 billion in money stolen from state coffers in the first six months of the year, in its latest efforts to stem corruption.

The[url=https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/en/Story/t/29834/integrity commission] Integrity Commission [/url]said 857 arrest warrants had been issued against government officials, of whom 407 had been detained.


Graft is endemic across Iraq, which ranks as the 12th most corrupt country in the world according to Transparency International's CorruptionPerceptions Index.


Since 2004, a year after the US-led invasion that ousted dictator Saddam Hussein, almost $250 billion of public funds has vanished into the pockets of shady politicians and businessmen, according to parliament.


That amount is twice the government's budget and more than the country's GDP.
The anti-corruption commission has been struggling to track down money syphoned off from state coffers, including funds earmarked to rebuild the country devastated by decades of conflict.


Last week, it said around $10 million in aid for the displaced in northern Iraq's Nineveh province, where the ISIS group was based, had been embezzled by its fugitive ex-governor Nawfel Akoub.


In April, it had said more than $60 million dollars in public funds were embezzled by officials in Mosul - capital of Nineveh - close to Akoub, who was sacked in the wake of a ferry sinking that killed 150 people.


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ERBIL, Kurdistan Region — Close to $1.1 billion in stolen and misused public funds have been returned to state coffers in the first six months of 2019, Iraq’s Integrity Commission announced on Monday, as anti-corruption efforts remain a forefront issue in Iraqi politics.

The Integrity Commission report covers all of Iraq’s provinces except those of the Kurdistan Region, which has its own commission. 

According to the anti-corruption watchdog, 1.3 trillion Iraqi dinars – approximately 1.1 billion US dollars - were returned to the state treasury between January and June 2019.

The Commission looked into 9,571 claims, court cases and news reports relating to corruption and public fund wasting. 1,939 suspects were referred to a trial court, including five unnamed ministers, while 100 “special degree” individuals and director generals were also referred.

There were 857 arrest warrants issued, 407 of which were carried out, added the report.

Of 838 court cases, 442 ended in conviction on corruption charges. Punishment handed down by the court included fines, and jail sentences of anywhere from three years to life.

There were 306 operations aiming to seize funds that had been misappropriated through bribery, theft of public funds, extortion, and counterfeiting; 197 of these operations saw funds being retrieved.

Anti-corruption reform has been spoken of as a priority by Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi, who established the Supreme Anti-Corruption Council in January in a bid to coordinate government, police and judiciary efforts to tackle corruption.

He had previously condemned Iraq’s endemic corruption while speaking in parliament, noting its presence in sectors as diverse as oil trade, the prison system, and healthcare.

After Iraq territorially defeated Islamic State (ISIS) in December 2017, political focus appeared to turn to anti-corruption reform, which took center stage in party campaigns for last year’s parliamentary election.

Misappropriation of funds has been a constant thorn in Iraq’s side, with billions of dollars earmarked for post-Iraq War reconstruction being lost to waste and corruption. Iraq is one of the world's most corrupt nations, ranking 168th out of 180 countries in the Transparency International corruption perception index.
 
Established in 2004, the Integrity Commission, though an independent body, works under the oversight of the Iraqi parliament. It was responsible for bringing to light widespread corruption in Iraq’s Nineveh province in April,retrieving $64 million in lost funds.



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Iraq has managed to return more than trillion dinars, or nearly one billion dollars of looted public funds, to the country's treasury in the first half of 2019, in a move that reveals the extent of corruption in the country. 

The Iraqi Integrity Commission revealed that its investigations led to judicial authorities issuing 857 arrest warrants, of which 407 were executed during the first half of this year. The statement confirmed the issuance of 34 orders for the recruitment and arrest and arrest and transfer of the right of ministers and their rank.





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A member of the parliamentary integrity committee, Youssef al-Kalabi, said Tuesday that the tools of war on corruption are easy and available to Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, noting that the House of Representatives is ready to vote on the heads of the bodies of integrity and financial control. 

"The Prime Minister was hosted in the House of Representatives in a special session to provide support and full support to him in order to fight corruption in a serious and real way," Al-Kalabi said in a letter to Mawazine News. The Bureau of Financial Supervision and they run by proxy. " 

"I have promised that within a week or two and a maximum of 45 days, this will happen if the deadline is not reached on June 30," he told Abdulmahdi.

He pointed out that "the problem is that the head of the Integrity Commission, God forbid, an accident God mercy, and the Prime Minister commissioned the head of the Financial Control Bureau to head the agency acting by any president on Monday, where promised you, Prime Minister?" 

"Corruption is a war that needs all the elements of war and it exists, easy and in front of your eyes, if you can not leave it to others, and what hit the gambling halls and drug dealers is evidence that the task is easy but you need sincere intention and real determination, H





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Parliamentary Integrity and Energy Committees have agreed to reopen investigations on the oil company Una Oil Company again following the conviction of a British court  against figures who paid bribes to Iraqis. This proves the existence of corruption deals in contracts with senior Iraqi officials in the oil sector.

Despite convictions by international tribunals, Una Oil recently started moving to some influential government agencies to get new oil contracts in Iraq.

According to lawmakers in the Parliamentary Integrity Committee that this company "fake" and not oil has brokered in many countries of the world and managed to reach the source of the Iraqi decision through bribes.

A member of the Parliamentary Oil and Energy Committee Bahauddin al-Nuri in an interview with the newspaper "Al-Mada" and seen by the "economic news", "The file of the oil company Una Oil of the files investigated by the oil committee in the previous parliamentary session and closed because of insufficient evidence," pointing out that "Investigations were looking for deals and suspicions of corruption in the contracts entered into by this company."

The two Australian and American press institutions, revealed in (2016) in the investigation of the press for a "corruption scandal" related to Iraqi oil contracts, indicating that it includes paying bribes hundreds of millions of dollars to Iraqi officials, including former Deputy Prime Minister Hussein al-Shahristani, and former oil minister Abdul Karim Laibi , And other senior officials of the Ministry of Oil and the South Oil Company, to pass deals in favor of various international companies.

He then directed former Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, the Integrity Commission to follow up the accusations that came in the context of these reports, while calling for legal action on oil licensing contracts concluded by governments that preceded his government.

"There is coordination between the Parliamentary Integrity, Oil and Energy Committees on opening this file and completing investigations to reach corrupt and manipulative people and public funds," he said.

Commenting on the conviction issued by the British courts against the British involved Maysan, saying that "the case is internal and requires the development of solutions and remedies from inside Iraq," stressing that "a British court issued a conviction almost two weeks ago against the head of this oil company operating in Iraq."

He adds that "the contracts entered into by this company with officials in the oil sector are related to extraction and exploration in the southern provinces and with the North Oil Company and in several other areas," pointing out that "the Parliamentary Integrity Commission asked us to provide them with sufficient information on this file."

Ali al-Sajri, a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, called several days ago on the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption and the Integrity Commission to open the files of corruption of the company Una Oil.

He said: "It is shameful that international courts such as the Royal Court of Southwark convict Ahmed Taleb al-Jubouri, and our competent authorities still did not act on the largest deals of corruption and the restoration of the rights of the state and the people."

The Parliamentary Integrity Committee confirms the formation of a sub-committee to investigate the corruption and suspicions in the contracts of oil company Una Oil, revealing the arrival of reports from technicians from the Ministry of Oil confirming that the company is not sober and does not have a financial balance. Ona Oil, which is run by the Iranian Ihsani family, has been accused of paying bribes to Iraqi officials to secure contracts for two major international oil and construction companies.

"Una Oil is trying to get new contracts directly from the Ministry of Oil," Abdul Amir al-Mayahi, a member of the parliamentary integrity committee, told Al-Mada. He adds that there are companies working with the Ministry of Oil and the National Oil Company secondary (secondary contracts), but Una Oil wants to enter directly and head without the presence of secondary companies. 

He pointed out that "there are arrangements by some to make room for this company to contract with the oil directly."





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The Integrity Commission announced on Wednesday the issuance of the first amendment law to the law of the recovery of funds of Iraq No. (9) for the year 2012 after its approval by the House of Representatives and the approval of the President of the Republic on 18/7/2019. 

The Commission, in a statement received / Mawazine News / a copy, that "the law abolished the text of Article (3) of it and replaced by a text that clarified that the Fund is managed by a board of directors headed by the President of the Commission on Integrity and membership of the Director General of the Recovery Department in the Commission (member and deputy), And the membership of representatives of the ministries of Foreign Affairs, Oil, Finance, Justice and Trade, in addition to the Central Bank of Iraq and the Federal Financial Supervision Bureau and the National Intelligence Service and the Supreme National Authority for Accountability and Justice, with the rank of Director-General and specialists, with the placement of an employee of not less than a director with specialties in the ministries and entities mentioned To work for the Fund. ”

She added, "The law, which was published in the newspaper (the Iraqi facts), the number (4550 on 5/8/2019) explained that the purpose of the fund to recover Iraq's funds after 2003, and to encourage collaborators, and give broader powers to manage." 

She pointed out, "The abolition of the text of Article (8), which was replaced by a text confirming that the meetings of the Board of Directors of the Fund are held monthly by a majority of its members. The President of the Fund shall issue instructions indicating how to take decisions and the functioning of the Fund." Three months to the House of Representatives and the Ministers under Article (7) canceled. "

The Commission continued: "The provisions of a number of Article (4) items have been deleted and replaced by others, which include exempting the collaborators with the Fund by 25% and up to five million dollars from the recovered money as a maximum, provided that the approval of the Council of Ministers for more than that. 10% of the amount recovered as a reward for the informer does not exceed five million dollars, while Article (11), as amended, affirms that the rewards will not be disbursed until the restored funds are deposited in the Ministry of Finance account. 

She pointed out that "the amendment canceled the first paragraph of Article (5) and was replaced by a text dealing with the formation of the Audit, Investigation and Investigation Committee chaired by the Director General of the Commission on Integrity and includes members from the ministries of Foreign Affairs and Justice, the Central Bank of Iraq and the Federal Financial Supervision Bureau and the National Intelligence Service, Any of them is less than an expert or a specialist.

"A number of articles have been added to the law, such as Article 13, which confirmed the Fund Board's support to INT with the information it has in order to recover the money of Iraq smuggled because of corruption after 2003, and Article 14, which obliged the government when it concluded agreements," she said. 


Investment or economic agreements with any country that has funds to Iraq covered by the provisions of this law to conclude agreements with those countries to recover the funds, in addition to Article (12) concerning the appointment of a judge of the first degree to the Council of the Judiciary to hear cases related to the functions of the Fund. ''



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confirmed the Parliamentary Integrity Commission member Hassan Shaker return, said his committee is following several corruption cases, while noting host 13 government officials. 
Odeh said in an interview with Mawazine News that "the Integrity Committee during the last period has investigated many issues of integrity in various ministries and bodies, including with regard to oil." 
"His committee has hosted 13 officials between a director general, a minister and the head of a commission to inquire and reach conclusions on the issues it deals with," he said.


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Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief Adel Abdul Mahdi said Friday that the closure of roulette and gambling halls is part of Iraq's international obligations to combat money laundering, revealing recent arrests that led to the discovery of other corruption.
Abdul-Mahdi said in a televised interview continued / information / gambling halls and roulette and liquor places "are basically unlicensed and was the purpose of money laundering," noting that the recent campaign against it is "part of the fight against corruption and part of Iraq's obligations
He added that the arrests that took place in connection with money laundering led to the discovery of other acts of corruption related to human organs and oil smuggling. Oil. ”
The Prime Minister explained in his speech that "the localization of salaries comes within the attempts to curb corruption more and more."



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accused the Parliamentary Integrity Commission, on Friday, the Ministry of Finance of trying to mislead public opinion and cover theft of Kurdistan's oil, while asserting that it is continuing to question its Minister Fuad Hussein. 
"The statement of the Ministry of Finance is an attempt to mislead the public by mixing papers and covering the theft of the region's oil, so these exposed methods will not be fooled," Youssef al-Kalabi, a member of the committee, said in a statement received. 
He stressed that "the Committee is continuing to question the Minister of Finance after his open exploitation of the position and the delivery of money to the region without the delivery of oil to the federal government, and without the calculation of tax funds, fees and revenues of border crossings," calling on members of the House of Representatives to "take the real role to address this file and not allow marketing and sale market transactions Political Endowment



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It seems that the process of zeroing in the files of a number of Iraqi politicians, who were excluded in previous years during the government of [url=https://www.alaraby.co.uk/topic/%D9%86%D9%88%D8%B1%D9%8A %D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%83%D9%8A]Nuri al-Maliki[/url] with provisions deemed "politicized", is taking place expeditiously.
Special leaks, obtained by the "new Arab", that the procedures of zeroing the files of a number of politicians, most notably [url=https://www.alaraby.co.uk/topic/%D8%B1%D8%A7%D9%81%D8%B9 %D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B9%D9%8A%D8%B3%D8%A7%D9%88%D9%8A]Rafie al-Issawi[/url] , [url=https://www.alaraby.co.uk/topic/%D8%A3%D8%AD%D9%85%D8%AF %D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B9%D9%84%D9%88%D8%A7%D9%86%D9%8A]Ahmed al-Alwani[/url] , who has been detained for years by a judicial verdict, as well as other personalities present in Turkey, are being accelerated.
This, according to leaks, comes after a political agreement on the importance of reinstating those who were excluded by judicial files fabricated by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who ridiculed the judiciary for his interests, especially with regard to targeting his political opponents.
The figures that have been focused on for days will restore some of the cohesion of several active political blocs in the Iraqi arena, such as "patriotism" and " [url=https://www.alaraby.co.uk/topic/%D8%AA%D8%AD%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%81 %D8%A7%D9%84%D9%82%D9%88%D9%89 %D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B9%D8%B1%D8%A7%D9%82%D9%8A%D8%A9]coalition of Iraqi forces[/url] ."


According to a senior official in Baghdad, speaking to the "new Arab", "the process of zeroing up their files and pave their return will be by challenging the judgments they gained during the rule of al-Maliki, and try them again," pointing out in this regard that "a senior leader in the Alliance of Forces and The former Rafie al-Issawi started these steps. "
He confirmed that the same thing is going on with the former deputy of Anbar province, Ahmed Al-Alwani, currently detained, after a court conviction for terrorism cases, as well as other politicians, did not disclose, but said "they are outside Iraq and they have arrest warrants because of their opposition to the Maliki government." .
He explained that "previous efforts were clashed with opposition from the most prominent blocs of the rule of law led by al-Maliki, but the liquidation of their problems will be through the judiciary this time, on the grounds that they did not have a fair trial conditions in the past."
Kamel al-Dulaimi, the leader of the Alliance, announced last month that the Integrity Commission cleared former Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi of the charges attributed to him for lack of evidence.
Al-Dulaimi pointed out that the appearance of the former minister before the judiciary will cancel all previous decisions issued against him and will come out on bail, pointing to the existence of procedures concerning the date of his appearance before the judiciary, but did not specify a specific day.
In the context, the MP of the Alliance of Iraqi forces, Yahya al-Mohammadi, to "the new Arab", that the issue of the return of al-Issawi or any other figure mainly due to the judiciary alone can acquit them.
"Politically, it is up to the political blocs to begin a new phase in which the offenders are absorbed in the orientations or the proposals if we are to establish a sound structure away from partisan and component differences."
`` Rafie al-Issawi was a minister before resigning because of the demonstrations that erupted at the end of 2013, before issuing arrest warrants and arresting a number of his protection personnel, '' he said, expecting a change in the political map in case of the return of opponents who have lovers and supporters.
He added that "those who have supporters will have an impact in the event of his return, whether or not Issawi," noting that "the electoral and political arena is unstable."
With regard to the legal and political situation of the return of opponents, Deputy Chairman of the parliamentary legal committee, Mohammed al-Ghazi, told the "new Arab", that "everyone will appeal to the judiciary if they acquitted them of the charges against them."
He pointed out that "lists and parties wanted still participate in the current government," noting that "previous years saw the issuance of arrest warrants for some politicians accused of terrorism, and then fled out of the country," but at the same time ruled out that the return of opponents. Great influence on political action in the western regions. "
Not only are opponents talking about al-Issawi, as there are those who believe that the leader of the "Iraqi Islamic Party," the former vice president sentenced to death Tariq al-Hashemi, who is outside Iraq paid the price of political rivalries with al-Maliki.
"The political influences on the judiciary have been evident in previous years," said Mohammad Iqbal, a former member of the Islamic Party, and a former leader of the Islamic Party, noting that there were reviews of previous judgments.

In a televised interview, Iqbal gave an example, Tariq al-Hashemi, describing him as a "clear and significant Sunni leader," noting that there were those who believed that all "Sunni" leaders were targeted at that point (referring to the Maliki era).


He continued: "It is surprising that the case of Rafie al-Issawi was raised on the same day after a year on the case of al-Hashemi," pointing to "the existence of question marks hope to be answered by the judiciary."
In 2012, Vice President Tariq al-Hashemi was forced to leave Baghdad for the Kurdistan region and then out of the country because of disagreements with al-Maliki, followed by the accusation of "terrorism" and sentenced to death in absentia.

A year later, Rafie al-Issawi, who was finance minister after passing through similar circumstances and accused his protection elements of "terrorism", in addition to the escape of other opponents for fear of being exposed to what they call the "oppression" of the Maliki government.


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Commission of Integrity returns $135m to Oil Ministry

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Iraq’s Commission of Integrity yesterday announced that it had returned $135 million of misappropriated funds to the oil ministry, the Anadolu Agency reported.
The commission said that the company for the distribution of oil products misappropriated funds through contracts with two oil investment companies.
Iraq is among the world’s most corrupt states according to Transparency International’s corruption index.
The commission revealed in 2018 that it had issued more than 2,000 arrest warrants in 2017 related to corruption in the country.
It said that 290 arrested warrants were issued against state officials including ministers.
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[rtl]Parliamentary Integrity Committee revealed on Wednesday, thefts and large corruption in the contract number 21 for the oil projects company for the dirt ramp in the project Saba and Lhais in Dhi Qar province.[/rtl]


[rtl]A member of the Integrity Committee Jawad Hamdan said that "the General Company for Oil Projects affiliated to the Ministry of Oil has concluded the contract No. 21 on the soil”.[/rtl]


[rtl]He added that "the contract contains a lot of suspicions of corruption and waste of public money and amounts in numbers," pointing out that "the contract contains a number of paragraphs and each paragraph tainted by corruption”.[/rtl]


[rtl]He explained that "the contract for an area estimated at 15 thousand meters, the first paragraph of which includes brushes space of 62 euros per meter equivalent to 75 dollars per meter," indicating that "the second paragraph   of the contract includes brushes dirt layer for an area of ​​10,000 meters   at a price of 48 euros per meter and raise soil Contaminated at 27 euros and buried at 62 euros per meter”.[/rtl]


[rtl]He continued that "one of the paragraphs lifted the debris worth 27 euros per meter," saying that "the tiling project costs 40 thousand dinars per meter, including the extraction of soil and minimized the ground and brushes depth of 20 cm and then reduced and brushes nylon and two layers of iron and pour concrete at a depth of 20 cm.”.[/rtl]


[rtl]Hamdan pointed out that "the contract includes one of its paragraphs demolition pour concrete at a price of 1000 euros per meter equivalent to one million and 350 thousand dinars at the time of the cost of casting per meter does not exceed 185 thousand”.[/rtl]


[rtl]He stated that "the Committee is determined to open a contract 21 wide and expose all the gaps in corruption that it contains."[/rtl]





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A member of the Parliamentary Integrity Commission, Sabah Taloubi, said that his committee will open dozens of files tainted by corruption, noting that the committee is working on the adoption of a law from where you get this.

Talabi said in a statement to the National News Center, that "the Commission on Parliamentary Integrity in the coming days will be different work and there will be hosting the authority of aviation and officials at the airport in Baghdad," noting that "there are a lot of irregularities and problems at Baghdad airport."

He explained that "the Integrity Commission visited Baghdad airport after the arrival of several complaints of irregularities," noting, "We found a clear failure in the mechanism of arrival of facts in addition to the poor cleaning company operating in addition to a number of violations."

He added that "the Integrity Commission will open a lot of files, including the contracts of the Ministry of Oil, Ki-card, electricity and communications and there are dozens of other files," stressing that "the current legislative chapter will differ from the previous."

He pointed out that "there is slack in the regulatory bodies and we are working to codify them through the abolition of the offices of inspectors," pointing out that "the number of supervisory departments is a negative factor and not positive and the outputs of their work is not at the required level."

He added that "among the laws in the committee" where do you get this? "He needs to formulate carefully to put forward solutions and do not want to be a reason to embarrass many of those who are far from the law to include teachers and others."







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Iraq announces the "disqualification of a thousand employees accused of embezzlement and waste of money"


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The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption in Iraq, the dismissal of a thousand employees of various degrees.


A statement issued by the Council said that he had seen at the meeting chaired by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi on Thursday, the report of the Integrity Commission / Investigations Department regarding employees who were sentenced to judicial integrity-related judgments whether it was wasting public money or deliberately damaging public money, embezzlement or enrichment. At the expense of public money and other integrity crimes.


He added that the Council directed the disqualification of a thousand employees of various job grades, and various state institutions for their job positions they occupy and not to hand over any senior or middle leadership positions in the future, because of the damage to the state and its institutions and deepens the enrichment at the expense of public money and promote graft.



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Mubasher: The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption in Iraq announced the dismissal of 1,000 government employees .

The Supreme Council against Corruption, on Thursday, that the dismissal of government employees came as a result of charges related to embezzlement and waste of public money, according to the Iraqi news agency "conscious ".

This comes in conjunction with demonstrations in several cities and provinces in the State of Iraq in the current period .

The Iraqi Prime Minister, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, issued today a decision to prevent full roaming of wheels and personnel in Baghdad from five o'clock this morning until further notice .

Adel Abdul Mahdi, he excluded from the curfew, workers in service departments such as hospitals and electricity departments.

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