[size=36]Integrity reveals the issuance of arrest warrants and the recruitment of officials in Babil, Diwaniyah and Maysan[/size]
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, the Federal Integrity Commission revealed, on Monday, the issuance of arrest warrants and summonses against a number of officials in the governorates of Babil, Diwaniyah and Maysan; Against the background of cases of "violations, embezzlement, and intentional harm to the interests of the parties in which they work."
The commission's investigation department said, in a statement received by Mawazine News, that "the Karkh Investigation Court, which is competent to look into integrity issues, issued an arrest and investigation warrant against the former governor of Babylon, for committing violations in the purchase of waste containers that were prepared for the Babylon Governorate Office without requests for need or submission of offers." from competing companies, as well as no procurement committees were formed and they were not entered in stock.
The department added, "The Diwaniyah Investigation Court, which is competent to look into integrity issues, issued an arrest warrant and investigation against the former head of the Diwaniyah Governorate Council on the issue of issuing an order from the council that includes allocating an amount of 25% of the revenues generated from the sale of iron and scrap at the Diwaniyah tire factory affiliated with the General Company for Rubber Industries." And tires for the benefit of the provincial council.”
And she confirmed, "The investigative court specialized in integrity issues in Maysan Governorate issued an order to bring in the Director General of the Maysan Oil Company, for his failure to report the crime that the fugitive accused, the director of the Individual Accounts Department and the official of the Payments Division in the company, admitted to embezzling an amount of (1,320,000,000) billion dinars and forgery." Stamps and signatures on exchange documents, which facilitated the escape of the accused against whom an arrest warrant was issued with the embezzled amounts.
The department stated, "The arrest and recruitment orders were issued in accordance with the provisions of Resolution (160 of 1983) and Articles (340 and 315) of the Iraqi Penal Code No. (111 of 1969).
"It should be noted that the commission revealed on the seventh of this March of the The embezzlement of an amount of (1,320,000,000) billion dinars through the repeated disbursement of salary documents and receipts for the employees of the Maysan Oil Company.” Ended 29/N33