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    Al-Sudani: We will take a position on the countries that refrain from recovering the smuggled money

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    Post by Rocky Tue 01 Nov 2022, 5:28 am

    Al-Sudani: We will take a position on the countries that refrain from recovering the smuggled money from Iraq

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    Economy News-Baghdad
    Today, Tuesday, Prime Minister Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani affirmed that recovering funds abroad is a priority for the government, while noting that the battle against corruption is crucial.
    Al-Sudani said during his visit to the headquarters of the Integrity Commission and his meeting with the head of the commission, his deputy, and the advanced cadre, and it followed that "Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani pledged that the first criteria in his government's dealings with governments of countries is the extent of its cooperation with Iraq in recovering convicts and smuggled funds, and the diplomatic effort will be consistent with procedures The Integrity Commission to enable Iraq to recover its smuggled money, urging it to start opening the most important files in terms of the volume of embezzled or wasted funds, or those related to stopping important projects that by completing the citizen touch the best services provided to him.
    Al-Sudani called "to form a supportive team for the Integrity Commission that takes the legal capacity, and does not conflict with the authority's powers and tasks entrusted to it in accordance with its amended effective law No. 30 of 2011, expressing his readiness "to provide all support to the Commission, whether at the level of executive procedures or legislative interventions for legislative enactment." Laws that combat corruption, which contribute to closing the outlets of this dangerous scourge.”
    He stressed, "working to improve Iraq's ladder in the international corruption perception index," noting that "we are now in a decisive battle against corruption, and just as we fought ISIS and won it by combining all efforts, we strive to work with the same strength and determination in our battle against corruption that impedes investment, services and development projects."
     He stressed, "the fight against corruption and the absence of red lines in front of any corruption file linked to a political party or any person whatsoever, explaining that he will deliberately objectivity, professionalism and integrity in dealing with these files and dealing with them."
    And he indicated that "the phenomenon of corruption is developing and changing like the Corona virus, calling for the development of methods of dealing with it and addressing it and limiting its high value and its effects on the economy, investment and the provision of services to citizens, and the call for the development of methods of investigation and investigation of taxpayers' funds to pursue the inflation of funds and illegitimate gain, and the methods are not satisfied with the methods." The traditional “Where did you get this from” principle?
    He urged "providing preventive measures and cultivating a culture of integrity, ethics and chastity of the hand, preserving public money, and preventing employees from being involved in violations or corruption crimes."
    For his part, the head of the commission, Alaa Jawad Al-Saadi, reviewed some of the obstacles that may hinder the commission’s work in its tireless quest to combat corruption and beatings at the hands of the corrupt, calling for “legislative intervention to fill the void created by the decision to abolish the system of public inspectors and the violations that have become far from the control and accountability bodies, describing State institutions in the absence of that system are closer to a black box in which it is not known what is going on.”
    Al-Saadi pointed to "the achievements made in the field of recovering smuggled funds during the past months, noting that" this file is subject to some difficulties; Because of some legal aspects, such as the difference in the legal system of countries and the issue of dual nationality.
    He stressed that "some countries refrain from cooperating with Iraq in the field of recovering its money, and we need to compel government agencies not to conclude any contract or facilitate investment operations inside Iraq with the governments of countries that refrain from cooperating in recovering convicts and smuggled money."
    For his part, the deputy head of the commission, Mazhar Turki Abed, proposed “a legislative intervention to amend some laws; In light of the complexity of this dangerous system, it is necessary to rely on what has been adopted by global experiences in eliminating corruption, the most important of which is taking preventive measures to prevent the occurrence of corruption, such as e-government and the governance of services, according to which the phenomenon of auditors’ contact with the employees of departments, especially service ones, ends.


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