Integrity: The money looted from Iraq is speculative numbers registered under fictitious names
Director of the Administrative and Financial Department of the Commission, Jassem Basem, told Shafak News Agency, "The sums of money looted from Iraq before 2003 are speculative figures, given that knowing the money is very difficult because it was recorded under fake names in the time of the former regime."
He added that "the statistics of the looted money from Iraq before and after 2003 are not known and cannot be known."
Jassim indicated that "there is an initiative to return the money in accordance with the law, provided that the person obtains financial rewards from the money belonging to the state treasury."
And concluded in the capital, Baghdad, on September 16, an international conference to recover the looted funds, which was held for two days, and came out with 18 recommendations.
The recommendations were submitted to the Executive Office of the Council of Arab Ministers of Justice, and a copy of it was deposited with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
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