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Integrity: Recruiting 27 officers for embezzlement of 4 billion dinars

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Post by rocky on Mon 20 Jan 2020, 6:31 am

Integrity: Recruiting 27 officers for embezzlement of 4 billion dinars

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Economy News - Baghdad
The Iraqi Integrity Commission revealed the issuance of a recruitment order against members of the Committee to Distribute the Salaries of Sons of Iraq (Awakening), for embezzling about 4 billion dinars in salaries.
The Investigation Department of the commission clarified, according to a statement seen by Al-Iqtisad News, that "the details of the case are due to the fact that the Salah al-Din Investigation Court that is competent in cases of integrity issued an order to bring 27 officers of various military ranks who are members of the distribution committees of the salaries of the children of Iraq (Awakening) to the subsidiary regiments To lead one of the teams previously in Salah al-Din. "
The Investigation Department added, "Recruitment orders were issued on charges of embezzling the salaries of Sahwa for a period of two months at an amount of 3.79 billion dinars."
And the department stated, "The court issued a summons for the accused in the case that the commission investigated and referred to the judiciary in accordance with the provisions of Article (316) of the Penal Code."

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