Parliamentary Integrity: A parliamentary proposal to allocate 100 judges to investigate corruption cases
17:30 - 10/09/2019
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Parliamentary Integrity Committee announced on Tuesday that it has submitted a proposal to the Council of Ministers and the Supreme Judicial Council to allocate 100 full-time judges to investigate corruption cases and resolve the outstanding ones.
Khalid al-Jashmi, a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, told Al-Maaloumeh that "no one can tackle corruption radically unless it is a stand by the judicial authorities."
He added that "we submitted a proposal to the Council of Ministers and the Supreme Judiciary to allocate 100 judges and emptying their work on corruption cases," adding that the proposal includes the allocation of judges in each province to investigate the files of corruption and a misdemeanor judge and a misdemeanor.
He explained that "the purpose of the proposal to resolve the files of corruption, which was referred to the judiciary and integrity for years and did not see the light and resolved," noting that "the proposal includes consideration of all the former investigative committees that have been formed."
He continued that "the committee will follow up the matter and review all the investigative body and regulatory bodies." Done 25 and