[size=36]Its value is 700 million .. Al-Nuzha returns a property in a prime location in Karbala to the ownership of the state[/size]
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, The Federal Integrity Commission announced, on Wednesday, that it was able to return real estate belonging to the Shiite Endowment Directorate in Karbala Governorate to state ownership, indicating that the estimated value of the property amounts to more than (700,000,000) million dinars.
In its statement on the details of the process, the investigations department of the commission indicated, in a statement received / Mawazine News / a copy of it, that “the staff of the Karbala Investigation Bureau affiliated to the authority set the priorities for the property on the computer and mobile devices belonging to the criminal the first real estate registration manager in Karbala, the former , Explaining that the staff of the office carried out a search and investigation process, collecting information and moving to the Shiite Waqf and real estate registration directorates in Karbala, and it was revealed that they had no priorities regarding the property’s returns.
And the department added that "many of the official authorities were moved in order to find the first properties of the property, including the Research Department in the House of Representatives and the General Authority of Antiquities in the Ministry of Culture, as it was found that it was registered (a valid and charitable endowment)", noting that "the disclosure was made The property, which is located in a privileged location in the center of Karbala, by the Commission’s investigation office, in terms of the area of the first real estate registration directorate in the governorate, with an area of (2 dunums and 2 كlk) and an estimated value of more than (700,000,000) million dinars.
And she confirmed, “Organizing a fundamental arrest report of the operation, and presenting it to Mr. Investigative Judge who specializes in integrity issues, who decided to hand the property over to the Shia Endowment Directorate in the province fundamentally. The directorate had no final knowledge of the property’s returns to it.” Ended 29 / A 43