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Integrity: Iraq reviews its efforts to implement the provisions of the United Nations Convention against Corruption
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Judge Alaa Jawad Al-Saadi, head of the Federal Integrity Commission, headed the Iraqi delegation to the Conference of the States Parties to the International Convention against Corruption; To review the implementation in its thirteenth session, which was held in the Austrian capital Vienna.
In his speech at the conference, the head of the commission affirmed Iraq's response to the requirements to join the United Nations Convention since its accession to it in 2007, pointing out that Iraq responded to many of the requirements for accession by forming anti-corruption bodies, enacting laws that address this scourge and developing constructive policies for that, as well as deterrent and injunctive means.
Al-Saadi continued: “Several teams have been formed for government experts; In order to carry out the review process stipulated in the agreement, the first session related to chapters (third and fourth) of the agreement was completed and Iraq was provided with the executive summary of the response, indicating that the Republic of Iraq is proceeding with its commitments regarding the fifth and final chapters (the second), to the United Nations.
He praised the cooperation of the three authorities in Iraq in the field of combating corruption, pointing out that the most exemplary form of cooperation between these authorities was the enactment of several laws representing the legal system addressing corruption, and the last of these laws was the Law of the Integrity and Illicit Gain Commission, which included articles and clauses containing penalties and penalties. Provisions and preventive measures aimed at facilitating the task of the oversight bodies in prosecuting the corrupt and reducing corruption pathways, and at the same time represent a deterrent to anyone who is tempted to think of transgressing public money. Objectives:(Deterrence and prevention, proactivity, reform and development), while the judicial authority worked to form criminal courts and investigative courts specialized in integrity issues, and the formation of the Central Criminal Court specialized in hearing corruption cases, which was re-established according to the statement numbered (96 / s / a on 21/11/2021). ).
Regarding the most prominent challenges identified during the stages of the country reviews, Judge Al-Saadi warned that they are represented in the failure of some state parties to adopt the Convention as a binding legal basis for the purpose of receiving or responding to requests for legal assistance, contrary to Article (46) of the Convention, while many of the supervisory authorities in the states parties still do not The Convention is adopted as a basis for strengthening international cooperation, contrary to Article 62 of it, which obligates the states parties to take the necessary measures to assist implementation, noting that the review mechanism has not clearly addressed the case if the state under review wanted to update its answers submitted in the framework of the peer assessment after Expiry of the deadlines specified under the model schedule for evaluating responses attached to the implementation review mechanism issued under Resolution No. (1/3).
The head of the Integrity Commission referred to Iraq's preventive measures to prevent corruption, explaining that the financial and administrative sector has been reformed using electronic governance, especially in the tax and customs sectors and ensuring that the citizen does not interact with the employee; This resulted in a significant increase in government revenues and the drying up of bribery crimes. Electronic procedures were also adopted to oblige those charged with submitting a disclosure of financial interests from office holders and the mechanism of investigation and investigation, and boycotting the information provided, all through an electronic program “in which we were keen on the security and confidentiality of information circulation and we were able to access it.” Cases of inflation of funds and conflict of interest.”
Al-Saadi stressed that Iraq aspires for countries to adopt e-governance and automation as a way to help implement the UN Convention, especially in providing legal assistance, noting that this gives countries speed and freedom in recovering their looted assets and recovering convicts, suggesting the establishment of an electronic portal to prepare international recovery files. Regarding the nature of the money, the convicted persons and the countries abstaining in accordance with international security and judicial procedures that emanate from the provisions of the agreement, a balance between the rights of countries to recover their money and the guarantees related to the convicted persons and the legitimate reasons offered by the countries custodian of the looted assets in their non-cooperation.
In turn, the head of the thirteenth session to review the implementation mechanism praised the speech of Iraq and the interventions made by the head of the Iraqi delegation, Judge (Alaa Jawad Al-Saadi), and the proposals that came in them, especially the proposal to establish an electronic portal to prepare international recovery files, and the call to form a pressure bloc on the abstaining countries For providing assistance in the field of recovering convicts and smuggled assets.
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