[size=36]The Supreme Commission for Combating Corruption: Executing the arrest warrant issued against the former head of the Parliamentary Finance Committee[/size]
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Today, Wednesday, the Supreme Commission for Combating Corruption revealed the implementation of the arrest warrant issued against the head of the Parliamentary Finance Committee for the previous session and the former advisor in the prime minister’s office. On charges of "inflated funds and illicit gain".
And the commission stated, according to a statement received by Mawazine News, that it “was able to implement the arrest warrant issued by the criminal investigation judge in charge of examining the cases of the Supreme Commission for Combating Corruption against the head of the Parliamentary Finance Committee for the previous session and the former advisor in the prime minister, as a result of charges related to the inflation of his money and his enrichment of money.” public money account.
And she explained, “The arrest warrant came as a result of the investigation and investigation of the accused’s money that was conducted by the Prevention Department in the Federal Integrity Authority, on the values of real estate and wheels, and the quantities of gold belonging to him, in addition to loans and his salary as an advisor to the former prime minister, which concluded that there is inflation in His money is estimated at (16,157,291,000) sixteen billion, one hundred and fifty-seven million, and two hundred and ninety-one thousand dinars. Ended 29/N33