[size=36]Abdul-Mahdi issues a directive to the Ministry of Oil and this regarding the statistical integrity issues[/size]
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head of the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, on Saturday, a directive to the Ministry of Oil. A statistical review of the integrity cases before the competent courts for 2019.
A statement of the Council received / Mawazine News / copy, that "the Supreme Council against Corruption held its seventeenth session chaired by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, where reviewed the latest developments, especially with regard to the measures taken in the field of fighting corruption by the executive, judicial and supervisory authorities, and follow-up implementation Recommendations approved by the Council and implemented according to competence.
He added, "The Council was briefed on the statistics provided by the Supreme Judicial Council, including the integrity cases presented for the year 2018 before the competent courts and the number of 8824 cases in all of Iraq, including 5847 cases for all courts, and stressed the need to assign the judiciary and enable judges to perform their duties, especially related to integrity issues With the need for speed. "
He continued, "The Council discussed a number of topics on the agenda, where he directed the Prime Minister of the necessity of the Ministry of Oil to implement the recommendations on the file of oil smuggling and the timetable set for this purpose with the follow-up of executive procedures, including the elimination of corruption systems in the oil file."
He pointed out that the Council reviewed the draft memorandum of understanding with the Iranian side on the file of combating drugs and the integrated measures that are in the interest of both countries. To conclude further agreements with neighboring and regional states, as well as bilateral agreements with different countries, and the need to finalize and sign the final draft urgently. "
He pointed out, "Discuss the report of the Commission on the integrity of companies operating in the field of customs clearance at the border outlets that did not meet the legal requirements and directed the Council to take legal procedures and hold accountable all violators and those involved in this aspect."
He explained that "the Council discussed a set of steps and measures that enhance transparency and protect public money, which directed the Prime Minister to be presented to the concerned and complete their requirements in order to be adopted and announced and obliged government institutions to implement as far as it is concerned."
The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption welcomed "the attitudes of MPs and their initiatives to provide the necessary documents and evidence to enable the supervisory and judicial authorities and support them in the performance of their work." Completed its work. "According to the statement