[size=36]Integrity: Two arrest and investigation warrants have been issued against officials for causing serious harm to public funds[/size]
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, Thursday, the Federal Integrity Commission revealed the issuance of two arrest warrants against the former head of the Nineveh Provincial Council and the deputy governor of Diyala; for “causing serious harm” to the funds and interests of the entity in which they work.
The Commission's Investigation Department said, in a statement received by Mawazine News, that "the Rusafa Investigation Court, which is specialized in integrity issues, issued an arrest and investigation warrant against the former head of the Nineveh Governorate Council, a former member of the House of Representatives, against the background of the governorate council disposing of the salaries of employees affiliated with the council and the displaced." Outside Iraq during the terrorist “ISIS” control of the province, contrary to the decision of the Council of Ministers, which considered the salaries of employees for the period from (1-6-2015 until 31-12-2016) compulsory savings.
The department indicated that "the decision confirmed not to pay salaries to employees, except after conducting a security audit," pointing out that "the accounts department of the Nineveh Governorate Council withdrew the salaries of displaced employees from the Ministry of Finance, contrary to the decision."
And she explained, "The Baquba Court, which is specialized in integrity issues, issued an order to bring in the technical deputy of the Governor of Diyala for his role in the project of preparing and installing control cameras for the streets of Baquba transferred to a company at an amount of (1,504,000,000) billion dinars," noting that "the deputy governor, in his capacity as the head of the initial receiving committee for the project, With the initial and final receipt and disbursement of all the company’s dues, despite the failure of (45) cameras out of (59) in the project, as well as the cessation of display screens since 2019.”
And she confirmed that "the aforementioned courts in Baghdad and Diyala issued arrest warrants and summonses, based on the provisions of Articles (341 and 340) of the Penal Code." Ended 29/N33