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    Iraq asks America to answer 14 files of convicts residing on its soil

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    Iraq asks America to answer 14 files of convicts residing on its soil Empty Iraq asks America to answer 14 files of convicts residing on its soil

    Post by Rocky Fri 20 May 2022, 5:32 am

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    [size=52]Iraq asks America to answer 14 files of convicts residing on its soil[/size]

    [size=45]The Federal Integrity Commission and the US Embassy discussed ways of cooperation and closer communication between the two parties, and the possibility of providing legal assistance in the investigation of major corruption cases with an international dimension and the recovery of convicts and smuggled assets.[/size]
    [size=45]The head of the commission, Judge Alaa Jawad Al-Saadi, called during his meeting at the commission’s headquarters a delegation from the judicial attaché and the representative of the Treasury Department at the US embassy, ​​to overcome the obstacles imposed by the laws of some countries that prevent Iraq from recovering the convicts and their smuggled assets, including dual nationality, as well as other reasons. As the integration of those funds into the economies of those countries, which constitutes an obstacle to the success of these efforts.[/size]
    [size=45]In turn, the director of the recovery department at the commission, Moataz Al-Abbasi, reviewed some files related to the field of recovery, noting that (14) files related to convicts residing in the United States of America, for which no answers were received from the American side. For legal reasons, such as dual citizenship or obtaining residency in the United States.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Abbasi called for closer cooperation between the two parties, and the identification of competent authorities in this file; To overcome the obstacles facing Iraq, represented by the Integrity Commission, in this field, and to communicate between the Iraq Funds Recovery Fund and the US Treasury; To share information about former regime funds and some people on the UN Sanctions List; To ensure that the funds are not seized when they are transferred to Iraq.[/size]
    [size=45]For her part, (Alain Andressi), the attaché of the Ministry of Justice at the US Embassy, ​​expressed her country's readiness to cooperate with Iraq in the field of legal assistance to recover assets, convicts and smuggled funds, explaining that the reluctance that may occur in the recovery file with Iraq is due to poor information, dual citizenship, and the defendants obtaining residency. Legal.[/size]
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