The judiciary calls for the results of the investigation committee's work on major corruption cases to be presented to public opinion
13:12 - 20/09/2020
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The information / Baghdad ..
The head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Faiq Zaidan, called on Sunday to present the results of the work of the investigative committee on corruption cases to the public opinion, to avoid the incorrect information raised by some.
A statement issued by the Media Office of the Supreme Judicial Council, received by the information, stated that "the president of the council received the head of the investigative committee in the important cases, Lieutenant General Ahmed Abu Ragheef, and discussed with him ways of joint work between the committee and the judicial body competent to examine the cases of that committee."
The statement stated that "the president of the council stressed the importance of the committee to adhere to the issues that the Prime Minister refers to the committee based on the diwaniya order containing the formation of the committee", pointing out the need to "present the results of the initial investigations that the committee arrives at the judicial investigation body competent to examine its work." To issue arrest or arrest warrants according to the legal evidence presented by the investigation committee.
The President of the Council stressed the need to focus on returning state funds and placing this among the priorities of the committee’s work and cooperating with the Integrity Commission in cases of administrative and financial corruption, and presenting the results of the investigation committee’s work to the public opinion, to avoid the incorrect information raised by some regarding the issuance of arrest warrants or Arrest of persons against whom such measures have not been taken, in order to avoid the incorrect information raised by some regarding the issuance of arrest warrants or arrests against persons against whom such measures have not been taken. '' End / 25