[size=36]Integrity: the recruitment of a member of Parliament and the issuance of an arrest warrant for a general manager, two first investment[/size]
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The Federal Integrity Commission announced, on Sunday, the issuance of a summoning order against a member of the Council of Representatives for the previous election sessions, and an arrest warrant and investigation against the former Director General of the Nineveh Governorate Investment Commission.
The commission stated, in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of, that “the judge of the Nineveh Investigation Court, which is concerned with issues of integrity, issued a summon order against a member of the House of Representatives for the second election cycle, based on the provisions of Article (340) of the Penal Code regarding the charge of receiving the salaries of employees. Protection, despite the fact that they were missing during the ISIS terrorist occupation of Mosul. "
The statement added, "The judge of the Nineveh Investigation Court, which is concerned with integrity issues, decided in another case to issue an arrest and investigation order against the accused, the former Director General of the Nineveh Investment Authority, in accordance with the provisions of Article 341 of the Penal Code, against the background of the lease of the plot of land belonging to the Mosul Municipal Directorate and the incident." On the left coast of the city and built on it (a commercial complex), pointing out that it was rented at a low price and for a long time by the accused, as he is one of the members of the committee that assessed the value of the property in cooperation with other employees.
The commission had announced that the judicial authorities had issued (58) arrest and summon orders against officials during the month of March, including two members of the House of Representatives (current and former) and a former minister, indicating that the orders came against the background of cases and files that the commission investigated and referred them to the judiciary.