The Parliamentary Integrity Committee announced the existence of parliamentary work and continuous meetings with government agencies and several international institutions to ripen the draft law to recover funds derived from corruption, while confirming that the Sudanese Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a agreed with Several countries he visited after the government assumed responsibility to cooperate to restore stolen Iraqi money.
Committee member Alia Nassif said in a press interview, "The committee is on its way to legislate a law to recover funds derived from the crime of corruption," indicating that "there is active work in summoning government agencies and state institutions that have a relationship With this law, whether it is the Integrity Commission or the Financial Supervision Bureau as well as Recovery directorates in the Ministry of Justice and Interior and the Central Bank to ripen the law in preparation for its legislation.
And she added, "The law has read a first reading and is on its way to legislation," stressing the need to "include paragraphs that support the government in concluding agreements with countries to recover those accused of corruption and stolen funds."
He pointed out that "Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani's tours to foreign countries included active diplomacy to have agreements with countries that have an economic presence and investments in Iraq, and he agreed with them to cooperate to return Iraq's money, and the countries of France, the Emirates, Turkey, Jordan and some countries in which they are located were approached. Iraqi money in this regard.
She pointed to "the importance of having an active diplomatic will with non-cooperative countries in this field to push them to sign memorandums of cooperation with Iraq and to use the investment card in Iraq by pressing the investing countries to recover the funds that were looted." from Iraq and are on their lands.”[/rtl]
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