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Report: Alsumaria News
The announcement of the Presidency of the Republic to send a bill to recover the proceeds of corruption to the House of Representatives met mixed parliamentary reactions, while a parliamentarian welcomed the law, considering it addressed a loophole and a legal error that existed previously, another confirmed that fighting corruption and recovering the proceeds of corruption Any other laws that address the issue of corruption will remain ink on paper as long as there is no will to hit the heads of corruption and topple their whales.
Member of the Parliamentary Legal Committee, Representative Hussein Al-Oqabi, that the law on recovering proceeds of corruption that the Presidency of the Republic sent to the House of Representatives dealt with a gap and a legal error that existed previously.
Al-Aqabi said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "The law of recovering the proceeds of corruption that the Presidency of the Republic sent to the House of Representatives, we have not seen it yet so that we can judge its details in a precise legal manner, but in general, this law addressed the gap and the legal error that existed previously and we were talking." Previously, we emphasize the issue of recovering money that went as a result of government contracts, or escaped through the former regime, or deposited in the names of people before 2003, pointing out that, "unfortunately, there is a very high corruption rate in the millions of dollars that occurred as a result of waste or manipulation operations." With public money and enrichment at the expense of public money that took place after 2003. "
Al-Uqabi added, "First, we need to enact a solid law that is a legal document of the Iraqi state, and that it be a tool of the government to follow up and track the money that has smuggled out." [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Through the corrupt and corruption that has spread in state institutions, "noting that" this is an important and progressive step towards creating a modern and modern legal system and a weapon in the hands of the executive authority to benefit from it through its international relations, international law and treaties between countries to recover these funds, mostly in foreign banks or investments. And real estate in the names of people who have become rich at the expense of public money. "
He stressed that "the law is important and we welcome it, but the most important step remains is the government's use and employment of this law, treaties and international relations to recover this money."
Iraqi MP for the coalition[url=https://www.alsumaria.tv/Entity/3663526637/%D8%B9%D9%84%D9%8A %D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A8%D8%AF%D9%8A%D8%B1%D9%8A/ar/]Ali Al-Badiri[/url]He stressed that combating corruption and recovering the proceeds of corruption and any other laws that address the issue of corruption will remain ink on paper as long as the will is not available to hit the heads of corruption and topple their whales.
Al-Badiri said in an interview with Al-Sumaria News, "The Presidency’s legislation for a bill to recover the proceeds of corruption is a good step and we support it, but we hope that the fate of this law will not be like those who preceded it from draft laws without implementation as a result of the lack of will and the inability to deal with whales and mafias of great corruption," indicating The laws of retrieving the stolen money and from where did you get this and other laws all did not do and the minor corrupt were the only goal of the regulatory authorities to be scapegoats for their masters from the big heads that have tens of red lines under their names.
Al-Badiri added, "The corrupt and the money of corruption, even the most insightful, sees it. Whoever follows the life path of any official and compares his living situation before and after his assumption of the position and the shortcomings that resulted from the fleet of armored wheels and balances in all international banks, electronic armies and the huge media machine are all matters that do not need laws." So that we know where the money went and who are the corrupt, "stressing that" we cannot catch the corrupt who fled with money [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Although their addresses are known, how can we recover the proceeds of corruption, "and
stressed that" the people[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] He suffered a lot and the country’s money was lost because of courtesy and favoritism for this or that. Therefore, it is no longer possible to continue making promises to him without implementing it to save him from the dilapidated living situation and the wealth that is stolen before their eyes without any punishment for the thieves and their aides.
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