Parliamentary Integrity: Senior personalities intervene to prevent corruption files from being opened
The Parliamentary Integrity Committee announced moves to amend the law of the Integrity and Unlawful Gain Authority, noting: "The amendment includes granting a 10% reward to anyone who tells about any money belonging to the state stolen by the corrupt."
"There is a great weakness in the work of the State Funds Recovery Service in the Integrity Commission in terms of following up on stolen and serious funds by opening files," the committee’s rapporteur, Abdul Amir Al Mayahi, said in a press statement.
He added that: "In the event that there is any serious movement to confront the files of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] faces many challenges and obstacles and the intervention of large personalities to stop its opening."
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