[size=36]Source: 8 thousand files of corruption near verdict[/size]
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The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption completed 8 thousand files of corruption out of 12 thousand.
"There are 12,000 investigative files on corruption cases," said Saeed Yassin Moussa, an observer member of the council. "8,000 files have been coordinated by the Integrity Commission and the Judicial and Prosecution Council.
He added, "The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption has taken a decision in coordination with the Integrity Commission and the Supreme Judicial Council to withdraw the hand of anyone who has a corruption case, and the adoption of a period of time to complete the administrative investigation." Review and review the extent of Iraq's compliance with the United Nations Convention against Corruption, in addition to reviewing strategies developed by the responsible authorities.
“The completion of the Anti-Corruption Strategy 2019-2024, which is in line with the government program and budget, and postponing its launch until 2020 after the completion of all its reviews,” Moussa said.
He stressed that "the Supreme Council against Corruption foundations to meet the requirements of the United Nations Convention against Corruption in the coordination between the supervisory bodies because the promotion of integrity and anti-corruption and the national integrity system depends on the basis of public awareness and community values and political management based on the pillars of the parties of the supervisory bodies and the House of Representatives and the executive and judiciary and the media International organizations, civil society, sustainable development, human rights and good governance are leading the process to promote integrity and fight corruption. ”
He explained that "what is happening today is the result of the above in the implementation of policies and lack of service and waste of public money, so the demonstrations have a great positive in the lives of the people and a bright spot in the history of young people."
Moussa explained that "the next stage can witness the trial of corruption, accountability and accountability of the aggressor and theft of public money inside and outside Iraq, and the recovery of funds that have been smuggled abroad in accordance with international laws and laws."