Integrity arrests suspects by passing advances in government banks
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The Investigation Department of the Integrity Commission revealed that it was able to arrest a number of accused employees of a private company in Baghdad for promoting loans and advances transactions in addition to practicing money exchange without a permit or license.
The Department said in a statement that "a team from the Baghdad Investigation Directorate of the Authority was able to carry out the seizure of five accused in one of the companies that engage in money exchange and mediation with government banks to promote transactions granting loans and advances and the deduction of amounts of the company without licenses and licenses from the competent authorities" ,
Pointing out that "the amount of (30,000) dollars, and transactions and books of support for loans and advances belonging to a number of citizens and retirees."
She added that "the defendants were arrested in accordance with the provisions of Article 240 of the Penal Code in the process, which was based on a warrant for judicial control," indicating that "a record of the seizure of assets of the accused and presented with the material seized by the competent investigating judge;