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Shafaq News/ The Federal Integrity Commission confirmed, on Thursday, that a recruitment order had been issued against a former member of Parliament. On the background of asking for sums of money for himself "unjustly".
In a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, the Commission's Investigation Department said that the Second Karkh Investigation Court decided to bring in a former member of Parliament; On the subject of requesting sums of money in exchange for a tender referral from the Ministry of Environment to remove mines on the Iraqi borders in Basra Governorate.
The circuit indicated that the second Karkh Investigation Court issued the recruitment order; In accordance with the provisions of Resolution (160 of 1983).
For his part, an official source told Shafaq News agency that the former deputy, who was not mentioned by the Integrity Commission in its statement, is "Qutaiba al-Jubouri" for Salah al-Din Governorate, who previously held the position of Minister of Environment.
Paragraph (Second / 1) of the decision stipulates the imposition of a penalty of “imprisonment for a period of no less than five years and not more than ten years, and a fine of no less than five hundred dinars and not more than five thousand dinars for every public employee or agent assigned to a public service who requests or accepts for himself or To others is a gift, benefit, or advantage, or a promise of something like that, to perform an act of his position or to abstain from it, or to violate the duties of the position.
The authority says that it has invited citizens, investors and businessmen more than once. To report cases of extortion, bargaining and asking for bribes that they may be exposed to; in order to apprehend the accused red-handed.
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