[size=36]Integrity appeals the ruling against the former Deputy Minister of Construction and Housing in the case of relief for the displaced of Kirkuk[/size]
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revealed, on Tuesday, that the Federal Integrity Commission had appealed the decision of the Central Anti-Corruption Criminal Court, which imposed a simple imprisonment sentence against the former deputy minister of Construction, Housing, Municipalities and Public Works, and a number of officials in the Department of Migration and Displacement and the Kirkuk Governorate; Indicating that the presidency of the Federal Court of Cassation decided to accept the appeal.
The commission's investigations department said, in a statement received by Mawazine News, that "the convicts unjustly refrained from performing their duties when they were members of the sub-committee for the relief of displaced families in Kirkuk governorate, during 2014 and 2015," noting that "the commission was not satisfied with the decision of the commission". The Central Anti-Corruption Criminal Court imposed a simple one-year prison sentence with a suspended sentence against each of the former Deputy Minister of Construction, Housing, Municipalities and Public Works, the Director of the Department of Migration and Displacement - Kirkuk Branch, as well as the directors of the Legal Affairs and Audit Departments in the Governorate Court. The decision is with the Federal Court of Cassation.
And she added, "The convicts unjustly refrained from performing their duties, which led to the emergence of a large number of violations that accompanied the work of their committee, which were referred to in the report of the Financial Supervision Bureau, such as exaggeration in the prices of materials and labor wages," noting that "the judgment issued against the convicts does not It is commensurate with the gravity of the act committed, and does not achieve the general deterrence required by the penalty.”
The authority asked the "Federal Court of Cassation to conduct discriminatory checks, overturn the decision and toughen the penalty and make it commensurate with the gravity of the act committed in accordance with the conviction article." Ended 29/N33