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Post by GirlBye on Sat Oct 24, 2020 3:32 pm

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Mustafa Al-Kazemi, head of the Iraqi government - archive photo

The Iraqi Integrity Commission revealed that the salaries of members of the House of Representatives and “abstaining” government officials had been discontinued from submitting a disclosure of their financial receivables, while the response rate of members of the House of Representatives reached 94%

Ministers and those of their rank, and the obligation also included the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, judges, members of the public prosecution, and the head and members of the Federal Supreme Court, according to the Iraqi 

The director of the prevention department at the authority, Moataz Al-Abbasi, told Al-Sabah newspaper: “The three presidencies and all the ministers submitted their financial receivables, with the exception of the Ministers of Finance and Communications. .

Al-Abbasi added: “We sent lists of abstainers from members of Parliament and other officials, including ministers, and we asked the concerned authorities to stop paying their salaries until the commission is provided with the disclosure.

The Integrity Commission aims, through financial disclosure and disclosure to state officials, to monitor and follow up on the illicit gain, thus narrowing the screws on corruption channels and cordoning off their corridors for the purpose of protecting public money from plundering and theft. His children are not commensurate with their usual resources, and the taxpayer has not proven a legitimate reason for which it is considered "illegal gain."

https://www.almasryalyoum.com/news/details/2070609
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Post by GirlBye on Sat Oct 24, 2020 10:09 pm

Integrity announces the suspension of the salaries of MPs and government officials

The Integrity Commission announced, on Saturday, that it will stop paying the salaries of MPs and government officials who have refrained from disclosing their financial debts.

The official Iraqi News Agency stated, "The Integrity Commission announces that the salaries of MPs and government officials will be stopped."

It is noteworthy that Iraq is witnessing a worsening economic crisis, as a result of low oil prices and the outbreak of the Corona virus, which has afflicted many countries of the world with an economic depression, while the government is facing difficulty in providing employees' salaries, which prompted it to request Parliament to approve financial borrowing.
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