[size=36]After the abolition of the offices of general inspectors .. The judiciary entrusts the prosecution with inspection tasks in the ministries[/size]
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The head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Fayeq Zidan, on Wednesday, prosecuted the tasks of inspections in the ministries in coordination with the integrity after the parliament's decision to cancel the offices of general inspectors.
"Following the decision to cancel the offices of the general inspectors, Judge Faiq Zaidan, the chief prosecutor, assigned the public prosecution to inspect ministries and non-ministry bodies in coordination with the Integrity Commission, the Financial Supervision Bureau and the departments," a statement from the judiciary council said. Legal, after the issuance of the law abolishing the offices of general inspectors. "
The statement added that "the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Faiq Zidan, held a meeting that included the president and members of the prosecution working in the headquarters of the prosecution."
He continued, "The meeting discussed directly members of the prosecution and the tasks of inspecting ministries and entities not associated with the Ministry in coordination with the Integrity Commission and the Office of Financial Supervision and legal departments in the ministries and non-associated with the ministry, and start diagnosing cases of violation of the law and instructions, if any, and presented to the investigative courts competent in cases of the Commission on Integrity." , Pointing out that "this meeting came after the issuance of the House of Representatives decision to cancel the offices of general inspectors."
He explained that "the judiciary had a prominent role in rebuilding the new state of Iraq after 2003 based on the principles of democracy and freedom and respect for the Constitution and the law through the issuance of thousands of sentences against terrorists, criminals and corrupt people who tried to hinder the building of the state," pointing out that "the judiciary is a safe haven for all Any person who violates the law, regardless of his job position and social position, shall have the right and accountability according to the evidence presented to the judiciary and required by law to convict any accused therein.
The statement stressed that "the judiciary has not and will not fear the right to blame the evidence of confronting terrorism courageously despite the brutality of terrorists, so he is not afraid of confronting the corrupt and criminals, but according to the evidence and evidence required by law."