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The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption held its 15th session under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.
A statement by the Prime Minister's Office received a copy of the Naeem News that the Council "discussed a number of topics on its agenda, where the Council listened to a briefing by the Ministry of Oil on the contract partnership between the Iraqi Oil Tankers Company and the Arab Maritime Transport Company A decision to restrict the marketing and sale of black oil through the National Oil Company (Sumo) exclusively. "
The Council reviewed the report of the Secretariat of the Supreme Commission for Inter-Provincial Coordination on the work of the offices of the inspectors in the provinces for the ministries that transferred the powers to it and the need for complementarity of work between local governments and the central government to make the best use of the presence of offices of inspectors in the provinces and give them the necessary powers to perform their duties.
Regarding the investigation with the governors and the heads of the provincial councils, the Council stressed that the investigations should be fair and fair and instructed the permanent investigative committee formed for this purpose to exercise its powers and not to tolerate investigations and to provide the judiciary with the necessary facts and data to enable it to carry out its role in accordance with the legal and fundamental contexts. The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption should be provided with files of governors who have been dismissed or removed from office on the basis of corruption indicators so that the necessary measures can be taken.
And briefed the Board on the reports of the Integrity Commission with regard to the Department of the recovery of funds outside Iraq and directed follow-up file of Iraqi funds and real estate outside Iraq as well as the Department of Prevention in the real estate registration departments and directed the completion of audits.
The Council stressed the need for local governments to abide by constitutional and legal contexts on the legislation of laws and not to exceed their powers in this regard.
The Council instructed the Ministries of Interior and Foreign Affairs to follow up with Interpol and achieve better cooperation to extradite wanted persons to the Iraqi judiciary and activate bilateral agreements in this regard.
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