policy , 2023/06/01 11:10 , Number of readings: 144
[rtl]Baghdad - Iraq today:
The heads of the Federal Integrity Commission, Haider Hanoun, and the National Security Agency, Hamid Al-Shatri, stressed the need for concerted efforts by state institutions in the field of combating corruption, preserving public money, and exchanging information Regarding the corrupt, in preparation for pursuing them and bringing them to justice, as it was agreed between the two parties. on twinning work.
A statement by the authority stated, “During his visit to the headquarters of the National Security Agency and meeting with its chief and advanced staff, Hanoun praised the agency and its distinction in the field of pursuing information, investigation and investigation, especially in economic and crimes-related, calling for an increase in the pace of cooperation and coordination between the two corruption parties, especially in the field of implementation. Arrest warrants and travel bans, and the exchange of information related to corruption cases related to national security.
For his part, Al-Shatri welcomed "the proposals aimed at developing the staffing of the two important institutions and increasing their skills, considering the Integrity Commission and the National Security Agency as one hand to strike the perpetrators of economic crimes, transgressors of public money and those who tamper with the country's security."
And it was agreed, according to the statement, “between the two parties to twin the work, and to conclude an agreement aimed at cooperation in the field of enforcement of arrest warrants issued against perpetrators of corruption crimes, and coordination in the field of auditing, boycotting and analyzing information related to employees whose information is required to be boycotted and audited, and implementing policies and instructions related to the security aspect of individuals.” Buildings, information, devices, documents, and documents, as well as developing the skills of the employees of both parties in the use of modern technologies and information systems, to develop approved work methods to achieve the objectives of the two parties.
The agreement "to be concluded will include joint cooperation in preparing and exchanging studies and research related to the competence of the two parties, exchanging information in areas related to corruption issues that may affect the national security and economic interests of the state, and organizing joint media campaigns in the field of informing society of the seriousness of the effects of the crime of corruption and the extent of its impact. the national security of the state.[/rtl]
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