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Anti-corruption: Iraq’s smuggled money has matched investment budgets since 2003

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The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption estimated, on Wednesday, the value of the looted funds smuggled from [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  as equivalent to the investment budgets approved since 2003 until now, revealing the willingness of France and the United Arab Emirates to cooperate in recovering these funds.
Observer member Saeed Yassin Musa said in a statement that she followed / information, that "the council took a huge number of measures, some of which are related to the executive authority and others related to legislation," noting that "the recent events that took place in the country did not affect the progress of the council's decisions that It is still under follow-up and implementation. ”
Moussa emphasized, "The council cooperated with the Judicial Council and the Integrity Commission - as the spearhead in combating corruption - through the prevention and recovery departments," noting that "procedures are taking place outside [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Regarding the recovery file, there are a large number of issues that need administrative investigation. ”
Moussa added that "the file of recovering the smuggled money needs a kind of wisdom, wisdom and patience," noting that "the ease of depositing the stolen money in banks outside [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  creates a great difficulty in recovering it, as some of them may need a period of up to 15 years," setting an example in The state of Algeria "that has experience in recovering its money after it has spent money on legal advice and travel equal to the value of the money stolen from it, but it only wanted to consolidate the state's sovereignty and respect public funds."
Moussa estimated the value of the looted funds, as "paralleling the total investment budgets that were approved in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  since 2003 until now," noting that " [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Previously, he participated in a workshop with seven countries related to the problem of money laundering and smuggling, as it is one of those countries that suffer from the two problems, and as a result of that the Anti-Money Laundering Law was issued in the Central Bank to meet the international requirements of banks and financial management.
The observer member of the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption pointed to "the presence of Emirati and French cooperation to recover the stolen money from [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  ," adding that "a meeting took place between the Director General of the Recovery Department and the head of the UAE Accounting Bureau at one of the conferences and informed the latter of his country's readiness to cooperate in this matter."
Moussa added: "Officials at the Ministry of Justice met with their counterparts from the UAE side to discuss this file," revealing "serious steps from the French public prosecutor who has expressed his full readiness to help [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  recover its looted money." Ended / 25


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The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption has estimated the value of the funds stolen from Iraq as parallel to the investment budgets approved since 2003 until now, revealing the willingness of France and the United Arab Emirates to cooperate in recovering these funds.
"The council took a huge number of measures, some of which are related to the executive authority and others are related to legislation," said observer member Saeed Yassin Musa, pointing out that "the recent events that took place in the country did not affect the progress of the council's decisions that are still under follow-up and implementation." .
Moussa stressed: "The Council cooperated with the Judicial Council and the Integrity Commission as the head of the war in the fight against corruption through the Prevention and Recovery circles," noting that "
He added, "The file of recovering the smuggled money needs a kind of wisdom, wisdom and patience," noting that "the ease of depositing the stolen money in banks outside Iraq creates a great difficulty in recovering it, as some of them may need up to 15 years, for example in the state of Algeria, which She has experience recovering her money after she spent money on legal advice and travel equal to the value of the money stolen from her, but she just wanted to consolidate the state’s sovereignty and respect public funds. ”
Moussa pointed out that "the value of the funds looted in Iraq is equal to the total investment balances that have been approved since 2003 until now," noting that "
The observer member of the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption pointed to "the presence of Emirati and French cooperation to recover the stolen money from Iraq," adding that "a meeting took place between the Director General of the Recoveries Department and the heads of the recent Diwan On this topic, they met their counterparts from the UAE side to discuss this file. "
He pointed out, "There are serious steps from the French General Prosecutor, who has expressed his full readiness to help Iraq recover its looted money." Ended 29 / A 43


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The Anti-Corruption Council shocks Iraqis from stolen money smuggled abroad

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{Baghdad: Al Furat News} The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption estimated the stolen funds smuggled from Iraq as parallel to the investment budgets approved since 2003 until now, revealing the willingness of France and the United Arab Emirates to cooperate in recovering these funds.
[size=15][rtl][size=21]The observer council member Said Yassin Moussa , in a press statement that " the Council has taken a huge number of measures, some of them for the executive branch and the other on Balthariaah," pointing out that " the recent events that took place in the country did not affect the functioning of the decisions of the Council , which is still under follow - up And execution. "[/rtl]

[rtl]He stressed Moses , " the Council 's cooperation with the Council of the Judiciary and the Integrity Commission -bossvhma the head of spearhead in the fight against Malversation through the Departments of Prevention and Recovery , " noting that " the procedures take place outside Iraq regarding file recovery, there are significant issues need to achieve administrative."[/rtl]
[rtl]Moussa added that "the file of recovering the smuggled money needs a kind of wisdom, wisdom and patience," noting that "the ease of depositing the stolen money in banks outside Iraq creates a great difficulty in recovering it, as some of them may need for a period of up to 15 years", setting an example in The state of Algeria "which has experience in recovering its money after it spent on legal advice and travel money equivalent to the value of the money stolen from it, but it wanted to consolidate the state's sovereignty and respect only public funds."[/rtl]
[rtl]Moussa estimated the value of the looted funds, as being equal to the total investment budgets that were approved in Iraq since 2003 until now", noting that "Iraq has previously participated in a workshop with seven countries that are concerned with the problem of money laundering and smuggling of funds, that is not one of them . Its effect was the issuance of the Anti- Money Laundering Law at the Central Bank to meet the international requirements of banks and financial management .[/rtl]
[rtl]The observer member of the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption pointed to "the presence of Emirati and French cooperation to recover the stolen money from Iraq," adding that "a meeting took place between the Director General of the Recovery Department and the head of the Emirates Accounting Bureau at one of the conferences and informed the latter of his country's readiness to cooperate in this matter."[/rtl]
[rtl]Moussa continued: "Officials at the Ministry of Justice met with their counterparts from the Emirates side to discuss this file," revealing " serious steps from the French public prosecutor who expressed his full readiness to help Iraq recover its looted money." is over[/rtl]
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The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption estimated the value of the looted funds smuggled from Iraq as equivalent to the investment budgets approved since 2003 until now, revealing the willingness of France and the United Arab Emirates to cooperate in recovering these funds.
"The council took a huge number of measures, some of which are related to the executive authority, and others are related to legislation," said Saeed Yassin Moussa, the observer member of the council, in a press statement reported by the official newspaper "Al-Sabah" and seen by "Al-Iqtisad News."
He added: "The recent events that took place in the country did not affect the progress of the council's decisions, which are still being monitored and implemented."
Moussa pointed out that "the procedures are taking place outside Iraq regarding the file of recovery, and there are a large number of issues that need an administrative investigation."
He continued that "the file of recovering the smuggled money needs a kind of sophistication, wisdom and patience," noting that "the ease of depositing the looted funds in banks outside Iraq creates a great difficulty in recovering them, as some of them may need a period of up to 15 years."
Mousa estimated the value of the looted funds, as "paralleling the total investment budgets approved in Iraq since 2003 until now", noting that "Iraq has previously participated in a workshop with seven countries related to the problem of money laundering and smuggling, as it is one of those countries that suffer from the two problems that Their impact The Anti-Money Laundering Law was issued in the Central Bank to meet the international requirements of banks and financial management.
The observer member of the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption pointed to "the presence of Emirati and French cooperation to recover the looted funds from Iraq," adding that "a meeting took place between the Director General of the Recovery Department and the head of the UAE Accounting Bureau at one of the conferences and informed the latter of his country's readiness to cooperate in this matter."
Moussa added, however, that "officials at the Ministry of Justice met with their counterparts from the UAE side to discuss this file," revealing "serious steps by the French public prosecutor who has expressed his full readiness to help Iraq recover its looted money."

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The Supreme Council for Combating [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  estimated the value of the looted funds smuggled from [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  as equivalent to the investment budgets approved since 2003 until now, revealing the willingness of France and the United Arab Emirates to cooperate in recovering these funds.
The observer council member Said Yassin Moussa , " the Council has taken a huge number of measures, some of them for the executive branch and the other on Balthariaah," pointing out that " the recent events that took place in the country did not affect the functioning of the Council 's decisions , which are still under follow - up and implementation.
The Musa "The Council cooperated with the Judicial Council and the Integrity Commission - as the spearhead in combating corruption - through the Prevention and Recovery departments," noting that "procedures are taking place outside [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  regarding the recovery file, and there are a large number of issues that need an
administrative investigation  ."
Moussa added that "the file of recovering the smuggled funds needs a kind of sophistication, wisdom and patience," noting that "the ease of depositing the looted funds in banks outside [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  creates a great difficulty in recovering them, as some of them may need a period of up to 15 years," setting an example in The state of Algeria "that has experience in recovering its money after it has spent money on legal advice and travel equal to the value of the money stolen from it, but it only wanted to consolidate the state's sovereignty and respect public funds."
Moussa estimated the value of the looted funds, as "paralleling the total investment budgets approved in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Since 2003 until now, noting that "Iraq has previously participated in a workshop with seven countries concerning the problem of money laundering and smuggling, as it is one of those countries that suffer from the two problems and on the impact of which the Anti-Money Laundering Law was issued at the Central Bank to meet the international requirements of banks and
 financial management ." .
 He pointed to "the existence of cooperation to recover funds looted from Iraq Emirati and French," adding that "a meeting took place between the Director General of the recovery Department and Chairman of the Audit Bureau United Arab Emirates at a conference last told his country 's readiness to cooperate in this matter."
He said Moussa: " the officials at the Ministry of Justice met their counterparts from the elves United Arab Emirates to discuss this file , "revealing" serious steps from the French public prosecutor , who expressed his full readiness to help [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  recover his money looted.




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Observer member Saeed Yassin Mousa told Al-Sabah that “the council has taken a tremendous number of measures, some of which are related to the executive authority and others are related to legislation,” noting that “the recent events that took place in the country have not affected the functioning of the Council’s decisions that do not affect Under follow-up and implementation. "






 
Moussa affirmed, “The council’s cooperation with the Judicial Council and the Integrity Commission - as the head of the war in the fight against corruption - through the Prevention and Restoration Services,” noting that “procedures are taking place outside Iraq regarding the redemption file, and there are a large number of issues that need to be addressed.”
 
Moussa added that "the file of getting back the smuggled money needs some kind of wisdom, wisdom and patience," noting that "the ease of depositing the looted funds in banks outside Iraq creates a great difficulty in recovering them, some of which may take up to 51".
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He added that "Algeria has an experience in recovering its money after it was spent on legal advice and travel with money equivalent to the value of the money stolen from it, but it only wanted to consolidate the sovereignty of the state and respect public funds."
 
Moussa estimated the value of the looted funds, as "paralleling the total investment budgets approved in Iraq since 2003 until now", noting that "Iraq has previously participated in a workshop with seven countries that deal with the problem of money laundering and smuggling of funds. The anti-money laundering law was issued in the Central Bank to meet the international requirements of banks and financial management.
 
The observer member of the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption pointed to "the presence of UAE and French cooperation to recover the looted funds from Iraq," adding that "a meeting took place between the Director General of the Redemption Department and the head of the UAE Audit Bureau in one of the conferences and informed the other about this issue of preparation for the latter."
 
"Officials at the Ministry of Justice met with their counterparts from the UAE side to discuss this file," Moussa added, revealing "serious steps from the French public prosecutor [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  showed his full readiness to help Iraq recover its looted money."


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The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption estimated the value of the looted funds smuggled from Iraq as equivalent to the investment budgets approved since 2003 until now, revealing the willingness of France and the United Arab Emirates to cooperate in recovering these funds.

"The council took a huge number of measures, some of which are related to the executive authority, and the other is related to legislation," said Saeed Yassin Moussa, the observer member of the council, in a statement reported by the newspaper "Al-Sabah", which was viewed by "Al-Ittiqa Press."

He added: "The recent events that took place in the country did not affect the progress of the Council's decisions, which are still being monitored and implemented," stressing, "The Council cooperated with the Judicial Council and the Integrity Commission through the Prevention and Recovery departments."

Moussa pointed out that "the procedures are taking place outside Iraq regarding the file of recovery, and there are a large number of issues that need an administrative investigation."

He continued that "the file of recovering the smuggled money needs a kind of sophistication, wisdom and patience," noting that "the ease of depositing the looted funds in banks outside Iraq creates a great difficulty in recovering them, as some of them may need a period of up to 15 years."

Moussa estimated the value of the looted funds, as "being equal to the total investment budgets approved in Iraq since 2003 until now", noting that "Iraq has previously participated in a workshop with seven countries related to the problem of money laundering and smuggling, as it is one of those countries that suffer from the two problems that Their impact The Anti-Money Laundering Law was issued in the Central Bank to meet the international requirements of banks and financial management.

The observer member of the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption pointed to "the presence of Emirati and French cooperation to recover the stolen money from Iraq," adding that "a meeting took place between the Director General of the Recovery Department and the head of the UAE Accounting Bureau at one of the conferences and informed the latter of his country's readiness to cooperate in this matter."

Moussa added, "Officials at the Ministry of Justice met with their counterparts from the UAE side to discuss this file," revealing "serious steps from the French public prosecutor who has expressed his full readiness to help Iraq recover its looted money."


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