[size=36]Those whose money has been inflated... Integrity announces the inclusion of a new category in the disclosure of financial receivables[/size]
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The Director-General of the Prevention Department in the Integrity Commission, Ali Qassem, said, according to the official newspaper, that "his department prepares periodic schedules to investigate and investigate movable and immovable funds for those charged with submitting a financial disclosure form through special investigation teams," noting that these procedures are carried out in coordination. With the relevant official authorities.
He added that "investigation and investigation work are interrupted by their results with the information authorized by the taxpayer in the financial disclosure form," noting that "there is a division specialized in auditing, analyzing and expressing the final technical opinion on whether or not there is a case of inflation in funds."
He pointed out that his department "follows the same mechanism with employees who are not covered by submitting a financial disclosure form, and the "assignment" is carried out after obtaining the approval of the presidency of the authority in the event that they receive information indicating a state of inflation in their funds," explaining that "the assignment includes submitting a declaration to disclose his liability." Finance, based on the amended Law of the Integrity and Illicit Gain Commission No. (30 of 2011).
And he continued, "Article (16/second) of the amended Integrity Law states that the authority may assign any employee or person charged with a public service that it deems necessary to disclose his financial liability on the basis of a notification accompanied by significant evidence of an illegal gain in his money, the money of his wife, or the money of his children that is inconsistent with the money. with their regular resources,” noting that “the authority may assign those suspected of acquiring funds in partnership with the taxpayers stipulated in Clause (Seventh) of Article (1) of this law.”
Ali Qassem noted that "the authority can, based on Article (17/Second), inquire from the taxpayer about some observations regarding his movable and immovable funds, and the taxpayer is obligated to respond to the authority's observations within (60) days from the date of his notification of them," noting that "if the authority stops on the A large increase in the taxpayer’s money or the money of his wife and children in a way that is not commensurate with their regular resources, so he is summoned to inform him of this, and to clarify the increase that he received based on the text of Article (17/sixth).
The Director-General of the Prevention Department of the Integrity Commission confirmed that "in the event that the Prevention Department is not convinced of the justifications presented by the taxpayer regarding the increase in his money, the taxpayer is referred to the Investigations Department, to present the matter before the judiciary, to take the appropriate decision regarding it." Ended 29/A 43