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Parliamentary Finance The ball is aimed at the Anti-Corruption Council's court to recover the money

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Post by rocky on Sat Jun 15, 2019 3:49 am

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  BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The House of Representatives, after 2006, started a lot of laws to recover Iraq's money smuggled after 2003, the member of the parliamentary finance committee Haneen al-Qado said on Friday, pointing out that the ball is now at the Supreme Council for the fight against corruption to recover these funds. "The House of Representatives has enacted many important laws after 2006 to combat corruption and recover the money of smuggled Iraq," Qaddo said in a press statement, adding that "the Finance Committee has put a lot of legal paragraphs and incentives to the government in the law to recover Iraq's money smuggled and money laundering." "The ball is now at the Supreme Council of Anti-Corruption Stadium, headed by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi," he said. "The council is supposed to move to diagnose people and those who deliberately launder and smuggle Iraq's funds after 2003." He explained that "[/size]


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