Editor: AJ, BS
Range Press / Baghdad
Download Chairman of the Integrity Commission Previous Rahim Okkaily, on Sunday, the Iraqi judiciary and the Ministry of Interior, "the brunt of the responsibility for prosecuting crimes of money laundering," and stressed that they "failed to understand and apply the provisions of the Money Laundering Act," returned laundering crimes as "the main artery to feed the terrorism in Iraq . "
Ugaili said in an interview (range Press), "The Iraqi authorities concerned file money laundering, namely the Ministry of Interior and the courts and the Office of reporting on money laundering in the Central Bank have failed miserably in the understanding and application of the provisions of the Money Laundering Act No. 93 of 2004."
He Okkaily that "what increased the matter is complicated by foot banking systems and underdevelopment technically and isolated to keep pace with technological advances in the world," explaining that "by making them unable to apply its obligations under the Act to address the proliferation of crimes of money laundering," returned money laundering as "the main artery to feed the terrorism that kills every day lives of Iraqis. "
He Okkaily saying "as shares in coverage deals on major corruption involving the most administrators executive authority adult", and pointed out that "some people tried to falsely and slanderously blame and responsibility on the management of the Central Bank of the former," stressing that "the responsibility for prosecuting crimes of money laundering is the responsibility of shared the brunt of which are located on the Iraqi judiciary and the Ministry of the Interior. "
The Committee of the Parliamentary Integrity revealed, in (July 20, 2013), that the volume of Iraqi funds that "ran" out of the country since 2003, up to $ 130 billion, in addition to prosecuting 120 government officials, including ministers and managers عامون, linked to the files of financial corruption and money contraband.
Revealed by Transparency International, in (June 27, 2013), that Iraq has been in "perigee bottom rates of corruption in the world," leading to "raise" political violence and causing "damage" the process of building a state of "effective and lack of" providing services as what Iraq is still "a failure "in the delivery of services basically enough, and that 23% of his sons are still" live extreme poverty ", while showed that despite government initiatives to combat corruption, they are still" distressed "and did not come announcement by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the fight against corruption through 100 days in the last year, 2011, "any positive result," questioned the will of the government and its commitment to anti-corruption efforts.
The United Nations has announced that, in (the 19th of June 2013), that the proportions of administrative corruption in the Iraqi "continues to increase," asserting that nearly 60 percent of civil servants in Iraq, "offered to take bribes, while confirming that the rates of corruption in Baghdad, the highest of which in the rest of the provinces, while the provinces of Kurdistan, at least, indicating that the Iraqi forced to pay a bribe "four times a year," on average, and confirmed that corruption increases if the transaction was with the police or the real estate staff.
The phenomenon of corruption the biggest challenge to the security side, facing the Iraqi governments since the end of the U.S. war on Iraq in 2003. Reached the levels of corruption in Iraq, an end has led international organizations specialized to put it among the countries most corrupt in the world, solving Iraq in 2012, the last in ranked third in terms of the level of corruption in it.
It is noteworthy that the Integrity Commission, announced in (the fourth of February 2013), on the transfer of about six thousand accused of corruption to the competent courts in the past year 2012, indicating that the amount of transactions that took place where corrupt practices exceeded the trillion dinars.
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