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    Integrity: We need a package of measures from the legislative and executive authorities to undermine

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    Post by Rocky Thu 25 Aug 2022, 4:37 am

    [size=46]Integrity: We need a package of measures from the legislative and executive authorities to undermine corruption[/size]
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    10:46 - 08-25 2022
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    Today, Thursday, the Integrity Commission affirmed its need for a package of measures from the legislative and executive authorities to undermine the extent of corruption, hold corrupt people accountable and reduce the waste of public money.
    A statement by the authority stated, "The head of the Federal Integrity Commission, Judge Alaa Jawad Al-Saadi and the advanced cadre in it met the head of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee and a number of its members, to discuss aspects of joint cooperation in combating the scourge of corruption, and ridding state institutions of its destructive plague."
    During the meeting, Al-Saadi stressed that "the anti-corruption file is a collective action that requires contributing to filling the need of the regulatory bodies for a package of measures from the legislative and executive authorities to assist efforts aimed at combating corruption and undermining its paths," praising the "legislative authority represented by the Parliamentary Integrity Committee for its cooperation with the authority in The relentless pursuit of the second amendment of the Authority's Law No. (30 of 2011) in force, as amended. 
    He pointed out that "the authority is a middle link in the reports and information received from the Parliament and the Financial Supervision Bureau, which the authority is keen to investigate and refer it to the judiciary, which supervises its work and represents the legitimate umbrella for its investigations."
    He explained, "The authority's legal obligation to disclose its annual report to the parliament and ministers and make it available to the media and the public."
    For their part, the delegation of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee praised “the authority’s work and its relentless endeavor to curb the scourge of corruption, stressing the increase in the pace of its achievements, part of which reflected its semi-annual report for the year 2022,” stressing “their support for the authority and the regulatory bodies, to preserve public money and hold violators accountable.”
    The commission’s delegation stressed “the priority of amending the Commission’s law through joint meetings between the Commission and the Parliamentary Integrity and Legal Committees ; To discuss the articles and items that need to be amended or added that contribute to increasing the effectiveness of anti-corruption efforts and holding its perpetrators accountable, pointing to “the need to quickly take appropriate measures regarding issues sent by Parliament and holding periodic meetings between the oversight bodies and the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, while a mechanism for cooperation was agreed upon.” and coordination to sustain and sustain the work.

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