13:24 - 11-08-2022
Today, Tuesday, the Federal Integrity Commission announced the issuance of an order to bring in the current director general of the Central Electricity Transmission Company; accused of damaging public funds.
A statement by the Authority's Investigation Department stated, "The Najaf Investigation Court, which is specialized in looking into integrity issues, issued a summons order against the current Director General of the Central Electricity Transmission Company, in the case of purchasing various poles at the expense of budget purchases at a high price difference according to (4) contracts, as well as About buying transformers without bringing offers from Diyala Company.
The statement added, "The Najaf Investigation Court, which is specialized in looking into integrity issues, issued a summons order against the Director General of the Central Electricity Transmission Company and (9) other defendants, based on the provisions of Article (341) of the Penal Code.
He pointed out that "the aforementioned article stipulates the imposition of a penalty of imprisonment for a period not exceeding three years for every public employee or person assigned to a public service who, by his grave mistake, causes damage to the funds and interests of the entity in which he works."
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