[size=36]Integrity reveals the volume of refunds from inside and outside until the end of 2020[/size]
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The Integrity Commission revealed, on Friday, the total funds recovered from inside and outside Iraq until the end of last year.
The Director-General of the Recovery Department in the Commission, Moataz Al-Abbasi, told the official news agency, "The total money recovered from inside and outside Iraq, as well as the money sentenced to be recovered and seized amounted to (1,417,900,842) dollars, (33,582,725) euros, and (2,329,521) pounds, and (951,428,263,286) Iraqi dinars, (720,529) Jordanian dinars, and (3,652) Swiss francs, in addition to the seizure of (14) fourteen real estate, and (5) shares in various companies.
Al-Abbasi indicated that "the Authority's recovery department was able to recover approximately $17,700,000, while it was able to seize funds estimated at $4,170,000 in other countries, which are expected to be recovered soon," noting that "the department is seeking to recover a total of $2,200,000,000." It represents the money that has been issued judicial decisions to recover it from the Iraqi courts.”
It is noteworthy that the commission announced in early September its semi-annual report for the year 2021, which indicated that the public funds that were recovered, and judicial rulings were issued to return them, and they were returned to the public treasury account, with a total of (253,586,273,259) Iraqi dinars, and (4,920,096,137) dollars. Ended 29/R77