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    Post by Rocky Thu 05 Jan 2023, 4:47 am

    Integrity clarifies the details of recovering inflation with the money of a former official, at a value of 4 billion dinars

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    On Wednesday, the head of the Integrity Commission, Judge Haidar Hanoun, explained the details of recovering inflation with the money of a former official, whose value amounted to 4 billion dinars.
    And the authority said in a statement, “The head of the Supreme Commission for Combating Corruption, head of the Federal Integrity Commission, Judge Haider Hanoun, revealed during a press conference held by the commission to disclose the refund of sums of money to the state treasury that the commission was able to return illegally obtained funds to the state treasury.”
    Hanoun added, "The Commission was able to return part of the inflation value in the funds of one of the former officials, after the Prevention Department concluded that the total increase in his money, real estate, and other properties was not commensurate with his financial interests that he disclosed in the disclosure form." .
    He pointed out that "the amounts that have been refunded are about four billion dinars, and that this amount represents part of the value of inflation in the accused's money, which amounted to a total of more than (17,413,000,000) billion dinars," noting that "the accused will represent Before the judiciary for trial after the Supreme Commission for Combating Corruption was able to implement the arrest warrant issued against him, as a result of charges related to the inflation of his funds and his enrichment at the expense of public money,” stressing that “the Commission will provide public opinion with judicial decisions as soon as they are issued, and state the rationale and details of the decision in its entirety.”
    Hanoun stated, according to the statement, that "the commission has opened two accounts in the Rafidain Bank - the branch of the Ministry of Defense in Iraqi dinars and US dollars; in order to deposit the refunds obtained from corruption in agreement with the Ministry of Finance," noting that "the amounts recovered in this case and the amounts of tax deposits withdrawn and funds The resulting inflation and the recovery of smuggled assets will be deposited in these two accounts, in addition to that this will be followed by transferring the sums accumulated at the end of each month to the two accounts opened with the Central Bank of Iraq.
    And the statement continued, "The press conference included other issues being investigated by the commission, and issues related to the work of the Iraq Money Recovery Fund, which is concerned with recovering the financial rights of the Republic of Iraq that others obtained illegally, as a result of misuse of the oil-for-food program, blockade, smuggling, or sabotage." Economic or exploiting the sanctions imposed on Iraq at the time to achieve financial gains at the expense of the Iraqi people, as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Fund, Haider Hanoun, revealed the imminent arrival of tens of millions of dollars in refunds from the funds of the former regime.  
    Hanoun noted, according to the statement, that "the commission will continue its work and efforts in combating corruption and extending the rule of law in cooperation with other national institutions," praising the "remarkable cooperation with the government and the judiciary, represented by their two presidents, who support the efforts of the commission, as these three institutions have become the anti-corruption triangle that supports each other." The other sides are in order to serve the citizen, achieve justice, ensure that state institutions are run in accordance with the laws in force, and not commit anything that contravenes the duties of the public office and encroach on state funds.
    According to the statement, Hanoun stopped short of "preventing an official in the state, the team of the Integrity Commission, from obtaining documents that incriminate the accused," describing this as "an act outside the law that bears its consequences, including the escape of the accused and those banned from traveling or hiding documents and the loss of people's money," pointing to That "the official exercises his work and duties in accordance with the law, and that using his authority to obstruct the provisions of the law and the procedures of the Integrity Commission is an act that violates the law and enters the framework of encouraging the corrupt to their corruption and hinders the fight against corruption and prevents the people from reaping the fruits of combating this scourge," threatening "everyone who abstains and obstructs The work of the commission’s teams or refuses to hand over the documents, firsts, and submissions it requests by resorting to the judiciary, because what they did is considered a crime for which the law is held accountable.
    And the statement continued, “Article (15) of the Commission’s law obligates all public departments and institutions of the state to provide the Commission with the documents, priorities and information it requests related to the case that is to be investigated or investigated, and to cooperate with it to enable it to perform its investigative tasks stipulated in its law in force, while ensuring The commission, while carrying out its investigative duty, is not to interfere in the work of ministries and official institutions, and to respect the powers and competences of its legal leaders and employees, and for its investigators to carry out investigative procedures in a separate manner that does not negatively affect the work, specializations, and powers of technicians and those concerned.

     



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