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    Parliamentary integrity reveals new details about the "theft of the century"

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    Post by Rocky Tue 25 Jul 2023, 7:55 am

    [size=52]Parliamentary integrity reveals new details about the "theft of the century"[/size]
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    Today, Tuesday, the Parliamentary Integrity Committee revealed new details regarding the theft of tax secretariats (theft of the century), which was previously estimated at about $2.5 billion.
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    Committee member Ali Turki said, in an interview with Al-Maalouma, that "the Integrity Committee has many corruption files before it, but the file of theft of the century is one of the most important, which was completed by the Parliamentary Investigative Committee, consisting of eight deputies."
    Turki added, "The Parliamentary Investigative Committee put the points in its report on the letters, as it investigated all the parties involved in the theft, led by the former head of the Finance Committee, Haitham al-Jubouri, Nour Zuhair, Diaa al-Musawi, and Hussein Qanbar Agha."

    He pointed out that "the threads belonging to the parties to the case were revealed by former employees of the Integrity Commission, the Central Bank, the Financial Supervision Bureau and the bank," noting that "the number of those involved so far has reached 33 people." 
    Turki pointed out, "The Korek company affiliated with the Kurdistan region was behind the transfer of the stolen money through its trucks, and this was confirmed through surveillance cameras."
    He explained that "the report of the Integrity Committee, consisting of 100 pages, was submitted to the prime ministers and the House of Representatives, and to the Integrity and Public Prosecution Commission."
    Turki considered the investigation file "a real test for the Sudanese government to hold those involved accountable without heeding any internal or external pressures."
    The former Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, traced the fingers of accusation and political and popular criticism; Due to the size of the large financial thefts that took place during his tenure as head of the Iraqi government. Ended / 25 AD
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