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The Iraqi judicial authorities issued a seizure order on the movable and immovable money of the former Minister of Electricity, Luay Al-Khatib, on charges of corruption.
According to the document signed by the Director General of the Legal Department, Muhammad Hamid Majeed, in the Iraqi Ministry of Electricity, the decision was issued by the Baghdad Appeals Presidency, which is a court specializing in integrity issues.
While the document did not refer to the reasons and reasons for the decision, Iraqi sources said that the order was issued due to accusations related to "corruption."
Last August, a security force raided the home of Electricity Minister Luay Al-Khatib in the resigned government of Adel Abdul Mahdi, confiscating surveillance servers, while demanding that he evacuate the house and his family immediately.
Two days after that incident, a court order was issued prohibiting Al-Khatib and the Director General of the Financial and Administrative Department at the Ministry of Electricity, Falah Saeed Jarmat Al-Dulaimi, from traveling outside Iraq.
And last Tuesday, a security force arrested the former senior representative of the Ministry of Electricity, Raad Al-Haris, on charges of wasting public money.
A document issued by the Supreme Judicial Council stated that the arrest warrant was against Raad Mohsen Ghazi Shabib Al-Haris, based on a complaint filed against him in the Investigation Committee.
Earlier, the Parliamentary Integrity Committee vehemently objected to the assignment of Raad Al-Haris to head a committee to "solve the electricity crisis", which has been intractable since 2003, considering that his assignment is a prior declaration that there will be no "solution to the crisis."
The Parliamentary Committee indicated that the guard spent nearly $ 50 billion on contracts and "deals and deals", from which no improvement was sought in the electric power reality.
During the Al-Kazemi government, the Iraqi judiciary and the Integrity Commission issued numerous arrest and arrest warrants against high-ranking officials in Iraq on charges of corruption and stealing public money, including the former Minister of Communications Naim Thijail Al-Rubaie.
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