[size=36]Head of the Integrity Commission: The corrupt commit treason against the homeland and must be pursued relentlessly[/size]
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, the head of the Federal Integrity Commission, Judge Haider Hanoun, confirmed, on Friday, that the corrupt commit treason against the homeland and must be pursued relentlessly.
Judge Hanoun said during his visit to the Commission's investigation office in Diwaniyah, according to a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of, that "Integrity is determined to bring the senior corrupt to justice, no matter how high they are, and to return the looted funds to the state treasury, describing the task of combating corruption as a sacred duty."
Judge Hanoun stressed the importance of seeking to reform the regulatory system. In order for it to carry out the tasks entrusted to it according to the laws in force in the fullest way and without favoritism or courtesy, it warned that "the corrupt, whether they are young or old, commit treason against the homeland and violate their duties that they swore to perform with sincerity, sincerity and honesty."
He pointed out the importance of "citizens feeling the steps of the new authority, which aims behind it to improve the service provided to them, and to ensure that they are not exposed to extortion and bargaining."
Judge Hanoun emphasized the increase in the pace of work of the commission’s investigation directorates and offices, the diligence and diligence in the investigation and investigation processes, and the provision of emerging evidence; To present it before the judiciary so that the latter takes the appropriate decisions against the accused, pointing out that "people's rights are preserved, and the commission takes into account respect for human rights and dignity even with the accused, introducing the principle of" the accused is innocent until proven guilty. "
He praised the work of the field inspection teams of hospitals And prisons to lift the injustice of the oppressed and hold the negligent accountable, pointing to "the importance of the state institutions' efforts to eliminate poverty, unemployment and deterioration of services, a large part of which is caused by corruption" and stressing the quest to redress the poor and protect their rights, as they are the first to sacrifice.
And the statement continued, "The visit of the head of the commission to the province included a meeting with the head of the Qadisiyah Appeal Commission, and discussing ways to develop oversight work in a way that leads to reducing corruption and holding its perpetrators accountable. The meeting with a number of lawyers, and Hanoun praised the role of the owners of these professions in reaching the corrupt, holding them accountable, and bringing them to a fair judiciary. Ended 29 / H