[size=36]Integrity reveals alliances and pressure groups to confront the countries that harbor the corrupt and smuggled Iraqi money[/size]
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, Thursday, The Integrity Commission revealed alliances and pressure groups to confront the positions of the countries that host the corrupt and the smuggled Iraqi money.
A statement by the authority, a copy of which was received by Mawazine News, stated that its president, "Judge Alaa Jawad Al-Saadi, met with the head of the Algerian National Authority for the Prevention and Combating of Corruption, Tariq Kaur, on the sidelines of his participation in the meetings of the working groups within the framework of the United Nations Convention against Corruption held in the Austrian capital, Vienna." ".
The statement added that "the meeting was devoted to discussing ways to recover the smuggled funds and those convicted of corruption crimes," calling for the formation of an alliance and pressure groups from countries that suffer from the lack of response by some of the states parties to the UN agreement to the contents of the agreement, which urges the need for assistance and cooperation between the states parties in the response. and the implementation of requests for legal assistance to hand over looted persons and funds.
He continued, "The two sides touched upon the competencies of the Federal Integrity Commission and the Algerian National Commission for the Prevention and Combating Corruption and the powers that both bodies enjoy, while the discussions between the two sides resulted in the initial agreement to conclude a memorandum of understanding between the People's Republic of Iraq and the Democratic Republic of Iraq in the fight against corruption; And spreading a culture of integrity, transparency, accountability and accountability, as well as cooperating in the field of recovering those convicted of corruption cases and smuggled money.
The statement stated, "
It is noteworthy that the Republics of Iraq and Algeria are among the countries that have acceded to the Arab Convention against Corruption, which aims to strengthen measures aimed at preventing, combating and exposing corruption in all its forms, and all other crimes related to it and prosecuting its perpetrators, and to strengthen Arab cooperation in preventing, combating and exposing corruption, and recovering assets. Iraq, represented by the Federal Integrity Commission, chairs the Arab Network for Promoting Integrity and Combating Corruption in its current session.
It is worth noting that the Federal Integrity Commission participates in the meetings of the working groups within the framework of the United Nations Convention against Corruption, to which Iraq acceded under Law No. (35 of 2007), and the commission was entrusted with the task of representing Iraq in the convention and in the conferences and meetings it holds.