[size=36]The Financial Supervisory Authority refers corruption files to the judiciary and identifies the reasons for delaying the completion of final accounts[/size]
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, Thursday, The Financial Supervision Bureau identified the reasons for delaying the completion of the final accounts of the ministries, while confirming the referral of corruption files to the judiciary.
The head of the Office of Financial Supervision, Rafel Yassin Khudair, said, according to the official agency, that "the law of general inspectors has run out and many employees have been referred to the legal age because of the new retirement law, there has become a gap for us in the number of experienced employees, with which the Corona pandemic and demonstrations coincided, which affected the employee's commitment to work." and preparing final accounts.
He added that "the data obtained by the Bureau for the final accounts are records and documents, and not electronic, with the absence of employees in the ministries, which affected the work plan of the Office of Financial Supervision."
He pointed out that there is work to complete the final accounts for the year 2015 of the Iraqi state, which is under implementation, explaining that "the Bureau is an institution that aims to express an opinion on the financial statements and examine the integrity of financial behaviors in all spending units",
stressing that "the institution is open to all state institutions in the field of training and consultancy." Pointing out that there is a general administration in Baghdad for training and development, as well as the presence of training centers in all governorates, and our expertise is recruited for all institutions.
He added that "the Office of Financial Supervision cannot achieve if the spending units and their cadres in the ministries are not able to prepare the requirements of the department, which prepares financial transactions."
He explained that "there are many corruption files diagnosed by the Financial Supervision Bureau in the ministries, and each case is presented in its own right, and it is not possible to mention the money or numbers, but rather according to the event," noting that
He pointed out that "work requirements require rapid progress and global expertise to keep pace with development," noting that "there is cooperation with one of the four international companies that operate and are authorized to work within certain limits and in the field of training, expertise and development." Ended 29/A43