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    Integrity: Returning 865 million to the state treasury from scratch

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    Post by Rocky Mon 26 Mar 2018, 6:12 am

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    Integrity: Returning 865 million to the state treasury from scratch

    Al-Nour News / Baghdad 
    The Integrity Commission announced the implementation of seizures in the port of Safra in Diyala province, pointing to the return of 865 million dinars to the state treasury.

    In a statement received by Al-Nour News, the agency said that "the investigations department was able to control irregularities and abuses in Al-Safra customs outlet and implement a number of seizure cases which led to stopping waste in public funds and returning funds to the state treasury."
    The statement said that "a team of staff of the investigation office of Diyala investigated the irregularities in the port, and control the number of trucks entering through it was reduced the value of customs duties of the materials loaded by some of the assessors working in the port."
    He added that "the amount of (865,104,750) million dinars was returned to the state treasury, through the re-demarcation of goods again in accordance with the actual fees, as well as the seizure of other materials transferred to the Office of the fight against economic crime in Diyala; for the purpose of re-demarcation.
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