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Parliamentary Integrity: Most Of The Corruption Money Goes To Banks Outside Iraq

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Post by rocky Tue 31 May 2022, 6:00 am

[size=38]Parliamentary Integrity: Most Of The Corruption Money Goes To Banks Outside Iraq
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Information/Baghdad…
A member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee Ahmed Taha Al-Rubaie confirmed, on Tuesday, that most of the corruption funds go to investments or banks outside Iraq, noting that political courtesies, personal relations and interests of some parties contributed to closing some corruption files and looting public money.
Al-Rubaie said in an interview seen by "The Information", that "when conducting referendums in accordance with international general standards, Iraq is mentioned at the forefront of the most corrupt countries, and that most of this money goes to investments or banks outside Iraq."
He pointed out that “despite the complexity of the routine in recovering these funds, but the government and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which represents foreign policy, as well as the administrative and executive aspect related to the Integrity Commission; Finding international coordination to prosecute the corrupt and recover the money looted outside Iraq.
And he indicated that "there are a lot of pressure papers on the countries owned by the Iraqi government and the Integrity Commission that can be used, especially since many of these corrupt people are diagnosed and their accounts are known in foreign banks and can be used as a pressure card through trade and economic relations with these countries to recover Iraqi funds. This matter needs a real will on the part of the state.”
Al-Rubaie suggested that the government “contract with discreet international institutions to move in international courts for the purpose of recovering these funds in exchange for a percentage of the recovered funds,” stressing that “political courtesies, personal relations and interests with some parties, contributed to closing some files of corruption and looting public money or contributed to delaying Recovery and obstruction of official procedures and others.” finished/25
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