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The foreign judiciary is pursuing and punishing those who have corrupted in Iraq, and the Iraqi judiciary stands by Empty The foreign judiciary is pursuing and punishing those who have corrupted in Iraq, and the Iraqi judiciary stands by

Post by GirlBye on Sat Nov 21, 2020 5:43 pm

The foreign judiciary is pursuing and punishing those who have corrupted in Iraq, and the Iraqi judiciary stands by 2020-11-21_12-25-27_251765


For the fourth time, a foreign court issues a judicial verdict to imprison another corrupt man who bribed senior Iraqi officials to obtain major projects that the court deemed harmful and harmful to the interests of the Iraqi people, while the Iraqi judiciary is still standing idly by. Once again, a foreign spoiler will be punished with imprisonment (this time by an Australian court decision), and the Iraqi judiciary continues to stand idly by, even though the accusation was clear and the Iraqi names involved in this corrupt operation have been announced. Note that all the cases were clear evidence and conclusive rulings.

The first incident took place in Britain (2013) when a court sentenced the owner of a company to produce equipment that helps detect golf balls, and the price of one does not exceed tens of dollars. Senior, on the grounds that they are explosive detection devices. One sold for more than sixty thousand dollars, and the sums of these contracts reached hundreds of millions of dollars. Whoever exposed this operation was the partner of the owner of the company (also the British), who was not tempted by these huge profits, and informed the relevant authorities about him, after he failed to persuade his partner to stop because what he does causes the death of many innocent people !! The owner of the company was imprisoned for ten years after a public trial, and he was paid a fine of fifty million pounds.

 The important thing in the case is that the accused confessed in full, including that he opened about fifteen bank accounts in Lebanon for Iraqi accomplices with him in these corrupt deals, in which he deposited their commissions. When the international media raised the issue of the necessity for the Iraqi authorities to review these confessions to punish those involved in the crime, the government sent a representative to whom all the confessions and documents were presented, and the envoy returned and no action was taken against those involved, for several reasons, the most important of which is that those involved were leaders of the ruling parties The second is the rumor that the person who was sent to review the investigation was one of those involved in these corrupt deals. Up to this point, no one has been punished by the Iraqi judiciary for this crime. 

When the international media raised the issue of the necessity for the Iraqi authorities to review these confessions to punish those involved in the crime, the government sent a representative to whom all the confessions and documents were presented, and the envoy returned and no action was taken against those involved, for several reasons, the most important of which is that those involved were leaders of the ruling parties

The second case (2014), which was discovered by a brave Jordanian journalist, was to provide Iraqi school students with nutritious biscuits (according to the World Food Organization program sponsored by the United Nations) that turned out to be expired. With the complicity of the United Nations office in Amman and the Iraqi ministries of health and education, program officials in Jordan employed a number of simple workers, most of them Iraqi and Syrian refugees, to change the biscuit wrappers and replace them with new validity dates. The Ministry of Education in Iraq continued to receive the corrupt shipments and distribute them to children in Iraqi schools even after the announcement of this scandal, and after the Jordanian government made a decision from the Jordanian Parliament !! By destroying the remaining shipments before sending them to Iraq. The United Nations, in turn, punished its employees, and most importantly, it honored the Jordanian journalist with a great decoration for her courage and exposure to this corruption process.

The third case raised by an Australian journalist nine years ago was the involvement of an oil company owned by a person residing in France of Iranian origin with his two sons, and people of Iraqi origin worked in it. The company obtained numerous oil contracts in Iraq in roundabout ways, by paying bribes worth hundreds of millions of dollars to senior Iraqi officials. As soon as this investigation appeared, the British judiciary intervened, where the company has its headquarters, and conducted trials that spanned for years, which ended in imprisonment for three people, including a manager in the company of Iraqi origin who holds British citizenship (2019-2020). As for the owners of the parent company in Paris, they volunteered to disclose all the details of these dirty operations, provided that they obtain an exemption from punishment or a reduced sentence, (they are witnesses to the king as is customary in police procedures).

The fourth and most recent case is the ruling issued by an Australian court a few days ago, which is the arrest of an Australian citizen who owns an oil company who appeared to be complicit and participant in oil corruption operations in Iraq. He was imprisoned after trials and investigations that spanned for years, and the Australian judiciary is still waiting to receive two other accused persons, one of whom was arrested in France and the other in Asia. Once again, the same Iraqis involved were named, and once again the Iraqi judiciary has not yet paid any importance to these irrefutable facts.


When the results of the Australian journalist's investigation appeared, and after that the confessions of some of those involved in the corruption operations, and the names of (senior) Iraqi officials were mentioned, including a former minister who held the position of deputy prime minister, and two former oil ministers as well, along with directors of state oil companies, the corrupt faces of the defense blew up. About itself and denying the crime, despite all the confessions, documents and recordings, which were adopted in the British and Australian courts. The Iraqi courts did not even bother looking at these reasons. Its defendants still occupy senior official positions or run from time to time to new ministerial positions.

The more painful thing is the fact that these rulings were issued by foreign courts, and that the Iraqi judiciary did not take any action, that the British and Australian courts declared that the severity of the decisions issued came primarily for humanitarian and moral reasons. The British court has proven that selling false devices contributed to the loss of many innocent Iraqis, while the Australian court proved a more important ethical issue, stating that the case is not related to the hundreds of millions that will be confiscated or imposed as a punishment for the perpetrators, but because these corrupt operations deprive the affected countries from benefiting. Of its natural wealth, and destroy the future of future generations of its children.

All that was said above does not represent only ten percent of the volume of corruption that is silent and protected by successive governments in Iraq. And the last example is what the current government did, despite all the disasters that brought the country to the brink of bankruptcy, and to get out of its economic hardship, and instead of taking strict measures to fight corruption and recover the stolen money, it borrowed from domestic private banks, the vast majority of which were established after 2003, It was enriched with corrupt and fake projects and deals, and the process of selling the dollar from the Central Bank of Iraq. In other words, the government now, instead of opening investigations about how the assets of these banks have ballooned, is borrowing from them, with interest, the money that they stole from the money of the Iraqis.

The Iraqi judiciary will still be required to take what is necessary to fight corruption and the corrupt, and whoever stands at the head of those required to stand firmly in the Federal Court and the Public Prosecution. In the Holy Qur’an there are three descriptions of those who do not judge by what God has revealed, one time describing them as unbelievers, another as unjust, and thirdly as immoral. It was also reported on the authority of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) that he said (Judges are three, one in Heaven and two in Hell). It is up to the Iraqi judges to choose the last shelter that suits them, or the characteristic they want to be reminded of or to remind their families of.
An Iraqi writer and academic

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