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Planning, finance, contract and project managers in all ministries are on the list of 1,000 exempted

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Planning, finance, contract and project managers in all ministries are on the list of 1,000 exempted Empty Planning, finance, contract and project managers in all ministries are on the list of 1,000 exempted

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[size=52]Planning, finance, contract and project managers in all ministries are on the list of 1,000 exempted employees[/size]

[size=45]Observers said that the list of the thousand employees that announced their removal earlier this month included the names of the managers of contracts, planning, finance and projects in all ministries.
[size=45]They added that the "disqualification" came on the basis of investigations that proved their involvement in embezzlement and waste of public money.[/size]
[size=45]For its part, the Parliamentary Integrity Committee in the House of Representatives said that it does not have accurate information about those employees who were removed from their jobs by the Anti-Corruption Council, and asked the government to have representation in the sessions of this House.[/size]
[size=45]The observer member of the Supreme Council against Corruption Saeed Yassin Moussa in a statement to (term) that "the Anti-Corruption Council issued a number of measures before the session of the tenth of October this month," pointing out that "the last meeting came to complement the decisions taken earlier Against some corrupt people. ”[/size]
[size=45]Moussa explains that "the Anti-Corruption Council has asked for the exemption of nearly a thousand employees working in the departments of planning, finance, contracts and projects distributed to all ministries, investigations proved their involvement in embezzlement of funds and financial and administrative corruption." Finance in the future with the granting of ministers the power to take administrative measures against them. "[/size]
[size=45]The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption also referred a number of corruption cases to the judiciary concerning nine senior officials, after strengthening the evidence and completing the fundamental procedures, according to a statement issued by the Supreme Council against Corruption four days ago.[/size]
[size=45]The cases referred relate to two former ministers and undersecretaries in the ministries (Industry and Minerals, Transport, Higher Education, and Health), a former minister-level employee and four former governors in the governorates (Babylon, Kirkuk, Nineveh and Salah al-Din).[/size]
[size=45]He pointed out that "the nine officials announced by the Corruption Council referred to the judicial bodies, most of the current deputies," pointing out that "these officials were working ministers and secretaries of the ministry and governors in the past years and requests for lifting immunity from them by the Supreme Judicial Council to parliament."[/size]
[size=45]The Supreme Judicial Council had asked in a previous statement issued by his media office to lift the immunity of (21) deputies accused of administrative corruption during their work in executive positions in order to investigate them. Article 63 (2) of the Federal Constitution regulates the granting of legal immunity to the deputy. Immunity with the approval of the Speaker of the House of Representatives.[/size]
[size=45]The observer member that "there are new meals and lists to be issued by the Anti-Corruption Council related to the referral of a number of corrupt to the judiciary and investigations," stressing that "their files are still under study and study has not reached final decisions."[/size]
[size=45]For its part, says the parliamentary Integrity Commission that it is not aware of the actions of the Anti-Corruption Council and heard about it only through the media.[/size]
[size=45]The committee's deputy chairman Khaled Al-Jashmi said in a statement to Al-Mada that his committee "asked the Anti-Corruption Council to have representation in its sessions in order to see the outputs and results." He pointed out that "a thousand employees were exempted we do not know anything about their positions and How much corruption they have caused. ”[/size]
[size=45]As for the non-response of the House of Representatives by lifting immunity from its deputies accused of financial and administrative corruption Al-Jashmi said that "the Speaker explained that he took a decision to lift the immunity of a number of deputies during the legislative recess."[/size]
[size=45]In August, the Parliamentary Integrity Committee revealed to Al-Mada that the measures to lift the immunity signed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives Mohammed Halbousi affected 12 deputies accused of financial and administrative corruption, including MP Talal Al-Zobaie, adding that Parliament addressed the Supreme Judicial Council to confirm the validity of the papers of nine others before Lift their immunity.[/size]


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