[size=36]Integrity includes new categories by providing financial receivables[/size]
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, Thursday, The Integrity Commission announced the inclusion of new categories by submitting their financial statements, stressing that the new law granted the Commission the power to assign any political organization, non-governmental organization, union, union, or association to prove the legitimacy of funding sources, donations and spending.
The Director-General of the Department of Prevention in the Federal Integrity Commission, Ali Qassem, said, according to the official newspaper, that "categories were not included in submitting their financial disclosures and were included after the law was amended, and they include directors of all departments in governorates that are not organized in a region, heads of public and private universities, deans of colleges, and officers Intelligence in the regiments upwards, and directors of security departments who do not hold ranks, and heads and members of the boards of directors of public and mixed sector companies.
It also includes the categories of "workers of all the Integrity Commission, heads of associations, federations, unions and organizations, founders and heads of political parties, and the president and members of boards of directors and directors of departments in the National Investment Commission and investment agencies in all governorates."
He added that "the amendment of the law allowed the authority to assign any employee and a person charged with a public service that it deems necessary to disclose his financial liability based on a tip coupled with credible evidence. Funds jointly with the taxpayer stipulated in Paragraph Seven of Article (1) of this Law, noting that “The second clause of Article (16) gave the Commission the authority to assign any political organization, non-governmental organization, federation, syndicate, or association to prove the legitimacy of the funding sources. donations, and expenditures in accordance with the rules followed in disbursement, taking into account its internal regulations.
The Director-General of the Department of Prevention responded to the cases in which the law permitted the authority to require non-employees or those charged with a public service to submit a statement of their financial receivables, saying: “In accordance with Article (16/Second) of the Integrity and Illicit Gain Commission Law No. (30 of 2011) as amended; The authority may assign every natural person suspected of acquiring funds jointly with the taxpayer, pursuant to a final judicial decision.” Ended 29/A43