[size=36]Al-Nazaha calls for sending the retirement contributions on a specified date, and for financial negotiations to release the amounts due[/size]
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The Federal Integrity Commission called, on Sunday, for the adoption of the electronic mechanism, and the preparation of a clear and specific mechanism for the payment of salary differences for retirees and victims of terrorism, as an alternative to the current method of payment, which is marred by cases of corruption and lack of the principle of justice.
The Commission of Integrity stated in a statement received by Mawazine News, that "the Department of Prevention in the Commission, in a report it prepared on the visits that its author team made to the National Retirement Authority, to see its mechanisms of work, suggested directing notifications from the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers to ministries and non-governmental entities." Associated with a ministry, in order to send the amounts of pension contributions to the State Employees Pension Fund on the specified date without delay and approach the Ministry of Finance to release the amounts of financial dues, and work to end this file, in addition to taking deterrent measures against employees who are proven to have blackmailed citizens in the matter of paying salary differences. .
The department indicated, according to the statement, that "the retirees and victims of terrorism who are entitled to previous salary differences became payable and subsequently sums of money owed by the National Retirement Authority; and due to the lack of sufficient funds, as a result of the failure to approve the federal general budget, the beneficiaries resort to reviewing the offices of members of the House of Representatives and officials in The state to assist in disbursing the differences, as (62) letters were received from the deputies within one day, or a request to meet the head of the retirement committee, the number of which for one day amounted to (100) requests for an interview,” pointing out that “the head of the retirement committee did not show the necessary cooperation with the team when Demand to see the applications even though they are archived.
The department recommended that "administrative and legal measures be taken to preserve, archive, and preserve retirement transactions from forgery, damage and loss, and to detect previous cases of forgery that caused waste of public money, as well as to take legal measures against persons who were granted amounts without legal controls, as a result of forgery and return of those amounts." To the state treasury, stressing that the Pension Authority has not taken practical measures to prevent cases of forgery and fictitious names that are still illegally acquiring pension salaries, and has not taken action regarding the Integrity Commission's proposal to complete electronic governance procedures, in order to prevent delays in transactions and forgery, and to prevent exposure Blackmail reviewers.
In the report, which was sent to the Office of the Prime Minister, the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, and the Minister of Finance, the department suggested, “forming field teams of employees of the National Retirement Authority for the purpose of moving and completing retirement transactions, especially for the families of martyrs and victims of terrorism, instead of making them vulnerable to extortion from The commentators and some auditors had to give up half of their dues in exchange for exchange, as some of them indicated that the employees returned the transactions that were not promoted by the commenters under the pretext of a lack of their initials.
The report monitored, "many negatives, including: The last approval of the financial statements by the Bureau of Financial Supervision in the Authority dates back to 2016, and the reason for the delay is due to the difference in the data provided by the Authority, in addition to the failure to take legal measures to recover the funds that were granted as salaries to retirees." Among the martyrs, victims of terrorism, and the injured, against whom security indicators or suspicions of fraud appear, and against whom peremptory decisions were issued to recover the funds granted to them in violation of the law, and the commission was satisfied with stopping the granting of salaries only.
The report noted, according to the statement, "When moving to the Rasheed Bank inside the Authority's building, the issuance of the Palm Card was delayed by the Iraq Gate Company contracting with the bank after its expiration and for periods exceeding (45) days, and that the Retirement Authority building is surrounded by offices of those who have relations with some employees." In it, completing transactions through them in exchange for sums of money, following crooked methods and assigning citizens in a selective manner determined by the employee in charge of reviewing the civil status departments, for the purpose of obtaining the validity of the issuance of documents, due to the lack of a unified card reader, and the absence of complaints records and statistics in the investigation committees, in addition to the records of The legal section is not organized, and the priorities are not electronically archived or mentioned in paper records.
The report stated that "all the contracts concluded by the Pension Authority with one of the private companies for Internet service were in violation of the circulars of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, which include directing all state ministries and their formations to limit the Internet service and its various applications by the General Company for Communications and Informatics (one of the companies of the Ministry of Communications); as it provides services secured to state departments to maintain its security.
The report confirmed that "the observations, negatives, and violations that were diagnosed by the Authority's team are attributed to the successive administrations of the National Retirement Authority, including the current administration." Ended 29/N33