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    Keywords: leak wealth of Iraq caused confusion

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    Post by Rocky Sun 13 Apr 2014, 4:26 am

    Keywords: leak wealth of Iraq caused confusion

    04/12/2014






    He attributed the Secretary General of the Council of Ministers on the Keywords important aspect of the reasons leak large amounts of national wealth of Iraq out of the country to the reality of confusion that prevailed in Iraq after the collapse of the dictatorial regime.The Keywords in a press statement on the sidelines of his intervention hearing the evening of the Forum Baghdad International Anti-Corruption, said that "Iraq has lived the reality of isolation full for decades has shown the era of dictatorship and move on after 2003 to a state of openness unregulated in many aspects of life, including opening the doors of trade and import wide open without supervision or controls or control, leading to tens of millions of dollars out of the state treasury a day out without knowing the fate and destination and the legal basis under which that came out. "The former Inspector General of the U.S. government in Iraq, Stuart Bowen, has initiated a report of the meeting dealt with the cases of corruption that accompanied the disbursement of aid for Iraq and the verdicts issued by the courts of the United States the right of Americans who have been convicted of corruption offenses, the number of those.He warned Bowen of the high risks of corruption crimes on the future of the democratic process and stressed the need to develop international cooperation accurate and wide among the various countries of the world to confront the crimes of corruption, and urged the need to rely on systems, traffic control technology and to identify destinations flowing towards disbursements.

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