BAGHDAD / The Integrity Commission confirmed on Thursday that there is no legal basis to open offices for public inspectors in the governorates, pointing out that the State Consultative Council did not authorize the opening of an office of the Inspector General in the governorates by the governors.
The Board warned in a statement received by "Eye of Iraq News", that the State Consultative Council issued a decision on 21/4/2011 not to open the Office of the Inspector General in the provinces by the governors, indicating that (the Council) was based in its decision to Article (2) Of the Law of Governorates not organized in the region No. (21 of 2008), which provided the right of provincial councils to issue local legislation within the province to enable them to manage their affairs in accordance with the principle of administrative decentralization not inconsistent with the Constitution and federal laws.
"Article (1) of Order No. (19 of 2005) provides that:" The Prime Minister may appoint the Inspector General on the nomination of the General Commission for Integrity "impartiality body currently, noting that Article (47) of the Law of Governorates not organized in the territory stipulates that "conservative circles and councils are subject to the supervision and scrutiny of Supreme audit and the independent branches of bodies formed under the provisions of the Constitution." ended 1
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