[size=36]Integrity announces the results of the follow-up of state properties and occupants throughout Iraq[/size]
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The Integrity Commission, on Thursday, directed the prime minister to form a committee to transition to real estate (Green Zone) occupied by current and former officials, and determine the date of their occupation, and the financial entitlements arising from the occupants; in order to pay them.
"This directive came after the Prime Minister was briefed on the results of the report prepared by the Authority on the measures taken on the distinctive real estate belonging to the state in Baghdad and the provinces seized by officials and influential people," the commission's investigation department said in a statement received by Mawazine News. The committee consists of (the Real Estate Department in the Prime Minister's Office, the State Real Estate Department in the Ministry of Finance and the Federal Audit Bureau).
The department added that "a central task force has been formed in Baghdad and sub-teams in the provinces to take stock of all these properties, including those allocated or officially exploited by officials under laws or resolutions, in addition to properties seized by parties, associations or individuals in the regions." "The teams collect, check and sort the data and prepare an information database in coordination with the concerned authorities," he said.
She continued, "The Commission opened the Office of the Prime Minister; in order to adjust the rates of deduction of rent allowances for distinctive properties belonging to the state in Baghdad and the provinces by between (15% -30%) of the total salaries of the occupants of real estate covered by resolution No. (300 of 2015)."
The department called on ministries and non-affiliated bodies to "take legal action against those who transgress on state property, and the need to evacuate them within a specified period, as well as to follow up the resolution of lawsuits filed for the eviction of the transgressors, and demand a fee for property for property exceeded since the date of transgression."
She stressed that "some ministries have been approached to take the necessary procedures to register properties registered in the name of dissolved and prohibited entities in accordance with the law, as well as approaching the offices of public inspectors in ministries and entities not associated with a ministry to follow up and implement the recommendations, and review the current departments of the real estate departments, and to identify their procedures and deficiencies In order to preserve public funds.