- Today 14:49
The Parliamentary Integrity Committee revealed, on Monday, the formation of sub-committees to carefully consider corruption files, stressing that there is a heavy legacy of these files within the previous decades.
The head of the committee, Ziyad Al-Janabi, said in an interview with Al-Maalouma agency that "all corruption files will be subject to the supervision of members of the Integrity Committee, and the details of those files will be revealed at a later time." time.”
He added that "many corruption files have been marked and referred to the competent authorities," pointing out that "there is high coordination between the Integrity Committee and government institutions in this regard."
Al-Janabi pointed out to "dividing the tasks of the committee members into sub-committees to follow up on energy, services and economic files," stressing that "there are heavy indicators of corruption within the contracts that belonged to the previous ministries' contracts." , as well as administrative corruption."
Last month, the Iraqi Integrity Commission announced the issuance of arrest and recruitment orders against 52 high-ranking officials, and while it indicated that 127 judgments were issued against those convicted of corruption cases, it confirmed the recovery of about $42 million to the state treasury from two corruption deals, one of which was in the Federal Ministry of Trade. End / 25 hours
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