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2022-08-15 | 04:14
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Alsumaria News - Localities
The head of the Integrity Commission, Jawad Alaa Al-Saadi, called today, Monday, for the formation of a national anti-corruption bloc that strongly pushes pressure on the corrupt and supports the national oversight bodies in their noble mission in the war against corruption and curbing the corrupt, suggesting that this bloc be from the media that represents The fourth authority and community organizations and events.
During his speech at the press conference held by the authority, Al-Saadi praised the disclosure of the details of the investigative, legal, preventive and educational work accomplished by its departments, directorates and investigation offices throughout Iraq, except for the Kurdistan region. and its general managers, “with the efforts of the bodies supporting the work of the authority and describing them as real partners who contributed to the achievements made by the authority, especially the judiciary and the Board of Financial Control,” noting that “the authority aspires for the legislative and executive authorities to take some important decisions that contribute to the development of the oversight work and bypassing the The obvious defect left by the abolition of the system of general inspectors.
Al-Saadi expressed his "regret for the cases of bribery, extortion and bargaining that the citizen is subjected to during his review of state institutions." Digital and e-government are in place of routine procedures and to prevent the citizen from interacting with the employee, in order to contribute to reducing cases of bribery, extortion and bargaining.
In his review of the most important achievements of the authority during the first half of this year, the head of the authority stated that “the public funds that were recovered and for which judicial rulings were issued to return them, which prevented and stopped their waste, and which were actually returned to the public treasury account through preventive measures, amounted to 380,063,773). trillion dinars.
Al-Saadi added that "the commission considered (34,209) communications, reports and criminal cases with the reporter from him, explaining that the number of reports was (8,877), while the number of tip-offs reached (10,535), and as for the criminal cases, (14,797) were the accused. 7,739 defendants were charged with 9,557 charges, pointing out that among the defendants in criminal cases were (39) ministers and those of his rank, and (241) those with special degrees, general managers and those of their rank.
He pointed out that "the number of defendants referred to the trial court - misdemeanors and felonies during the first half of the current year amounted to (1754), while the commission's investigations led to the issuance of (731) arrest warrants, of which (396) were executed, including ( 8) Ministers and those of their rank, and (53) of those with special degrees, general managers and those of their rank, indicating that the number of judicial recruitment orders issued based on the commission’s investigations amounted to (3,871) orders, of which (2,824) were executed, noting that orders were issued against (32) ) Minister and those of his rank, as well as (147) of those with higher ranks, general managers and those of their rank.
He reviewed the number of defendants covered by the general amnesty law, noting that "during the first half of this year, their number reached (746) convicts and defendants, while the amount of money paid under it amounted to (522,392,537) million dinars."
Al-Saadi referred to the seizure operations and the seized funds carried out by the authority during the first half of this year, explaining that "the number of operations carried out by the authority reached (452), in which 378 suspects were seized and nearly half a billion dinars."
He explained that "the commission worked during the same period on (58) files related to fugitives wanted in corruption cases, of which (23) files were prepared, including (11) files against people with special degrees, general managers and those of their rank, while at the same time it worked on (104) Files to recover the smuggled money, 166 judicial decisions were issued against them.
He pointed out that "the authority received (28,340) forms for disclosure of financial disclosure, where the response rate of the presidents of the republic, ministers, the parliament, the judiciary, the two deputy speakers of the House of Representatives, ministers, heads of bodies and entities not associated with a ministry was (100) percent, as for the members of the House of Representatives, their response rate was (51). 2%) percent, as only (167) deputies disclosed their financial accounts out of a total of (326) deputies until the middle of the year.
He continued, "The authority monitored the integrity and validity of the data presented in the financial accounts statements for (1,500) covered persons distributed among (152) entities, and it was found that the data of (165 of those covered) did not match.
He stressed that "the number of taxpayers whose financial statements were analyzed reached (720), while the number of forms that were analyzed for the purpose of detecting inflation for their owners reached (2982), pointing out that clarification and inquiries were carried out for those covered by submitting forms to disclose their financial liabilities, as their number reached (245) clarifications and inquiries, while (7) files were referred to the Investigation Department, due to an increase in funds, while only one judicial ruling was issued regarding one of the taxpayers.
He pointed out that "the work of teams to audit the codes of conduct and monitor job performance conducted visits between a number of administrative formations affiliated with ministries and agencies not affiliated with a ministry, which numbered (342), noting the efforts of these teams, whose visits resulted in the preparation of (21) various reports, among which were investigative reports diagnosed. Imbalances in the work of some ministries, their strengths and weaknesses, the level of service provided to citizens, and the level of bribery.”
The head of the commission concluded by noting that the commission “prepared (9) drafts of cooperation agreements and memoranda of understanding with Iraqi, Arab and international ministries and governmental institutions, one of which was concluded. (2,897) participants, in addition to issuing (3) magazines and one newspaper, and (4) radio and TV programmes.
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