signed the Integrity Commission and the Ministry of Justice, on Tuesday, an agreement for joint cooperation, the text to promote their close cooperation to combat and eliminate corruption, and the exchange of experiences in the legal field, and recovery of funds smuggled abroad.
According to a joint statement issued by the Authority and the ministry, "the agreement stressed the strengthening of cooperation between the parties in the field of prosecution outside Iraq related to the extradition of wanted, and the recovery of funds derived from the crimes of corruption smuggled abroad, taking into account the laws and the competence of each party," pointing to " To exchange information and advice in the preparation of the proposed projects; to conclude bilateral agreements and memorandums of understanding with counterparts in foreign countries.
He added that "the agreement signed was based on the belief in the need to cooperate and work together to spread a culture of integrity, transparency, accountability, integrity and respect for the ethics of public service in the public sector in order to achieve justice. , Overcome difficulties and ensure maximum communication and coordination support between the parties, and conduct a review and evaluation of the level of implementation.
According to the statement, the two parties pledged to cooperate jointly to expedite the implementation of judicial decisions issued by the investigating judges in the field of the management of persons filed with the Department of Reform Iraq on cases of corruption seen by the Commission, and contribute to the speed of completion of those cases.
The agreement dealt with coordinating the preparation of joint research and studies related to the fight against corruption and reducing it to ensure justice and protecting the rights of the state and citizens. It also held joint conferences and training courses, held seminars and workshops for the members of the parties, and provided them with publications and scientific materials relevant to their jurisdiction, Intellectual property or personal property of the other party.
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