Integrity seizes the first (685) loans worth five billion dinars that were not paid in a government bank in Basra
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The Commission's Investigation Department, speaking about the details of the operation that was carried out according to a judicial note, stated that a team from the Commission's Investigation Directorate in Basra moved to Al-Rafidain Bank - Basra 2, confirming that it was able to seize an inventory of (618) unpaid loans since 2008. A loan granted with the authority of the branch manager, amounting to (4,029,000,000) billions and twenty-nine million Iraqi dinars.
The department added that the same team also seized an inventory of loans that had not been paid since the year (2007) and which were granted with the authority of the general administration, noting that the number of loans amounted to (67) loans with a value of (1,265,000,000) one billion, two hundred and sixty-five million, pointing out He pointed out that the loan division of the bank is still reluctant to obtain these loans.
She added that the staff of the Directorate seized - in a separate operation - the loan from one of the borrowers, amounting to (30,000,000) Iraqi dinars.Because the Al-Rafidain Bank branch in the governorate forged the signatures of the sponsor in the loan file, and used his personal documents, warning that the sponsor did not guarantee the owner of the loan before the bank.
The two process records were organized, which were carried out according to two judicial notes, and they were presented, along with the exhibits, to the judge of the Investigation Court specialized in integrity cases in Basra. To complete the legal procedures and identify the defaulters./End 9[/rtl]