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Yesterday, Wednesday, the head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faiq Zeidan, stressed the need to secure the ports and the border strip, while praising the efforts made by judges in the specialized courts to combat the crime of money laundering and terrorist financing.
A statement by the council stated, "Zidane received the head of the Border Ports Authority, Major General Omar Adnan Al-Waeli, at the headquarters of the Supreme Judicial Council." Zaidan stressed, "the necessity of securing the ports and the border strip, and tightening control over all goods imported to the country from fraud or manipulation of public money, and ensuring their examination," stressing "continue to make efforts to apprehend violators and impose the harshest penalties against them under the law."
He continued, "The file of border ports has witnessed a remarkable change under the current administration," praising "the actions taken by the owners of the Border Ports Authority in controlling smuggling and manipulation of public money, especially protecting the local product and preventing the passage of any materials unfit for human consumption." . For his part, Al-Waeli explained, "the most prominent operations carried out by the Ports Authority's staff, and presented a complete summary of the mechanism of electronic auditing approved in the ports, through which many fraud operations were seized and the smuggling operations and waste of public money were prevented," offering his "thanks and appreciation to the judiciary in supporting The work of the authority and the measures taken at all border crossings.”
Meanwhile, the President of the Supreme Judicial Council praised the role of judges in the courts specialized in combating money laundering, which contributed to the European Union’s issuance of a decision to remove Iraq from the list of high countries.
Risks. And another statement stated, "The specialized investigative judges presented, during their meeting with representatives of the European Union in Brussels, three months ago, in cooperation with a number of competent authorities, the statistics of the competent courts and a statement of the role of the Supreme Judicial Council in combating the crime of money laundering and terrorist financing."
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