[size=36]Integrity: Six years imprisonment for impersonating work in the Authority[/size]
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The Commission’s legal department stated in a statement, which Mawazine News received a copy of, that “the Karkh Criminal Court issued a ruling in absentia ruling six years in prison against one of the fraudsters who impersonated the work in the follow-up department of the Federal Integrity Commission and promised to be appointed in exchange for sums of money.”
She stated that “the accused used his impersonated identity to deceive and deceive, as he received sums of money in exchange for a false promise to appoint the son of one of the complainants in one of the state institutions,” noting that “he was provided with a forged administrative order issued by the House of Representatives that included the appointment of his son.”
She indicated that “the court, after reviewing the evidence obtained in the case, and the statements of the legal representatives of the Federal Integrity Commission and the affected party, who requested the complaint against the accused, and the evidence of his escape, reached sufficient conviction to convict him, so it issued a ruling against him in absentia, based on the provisions of Resolution (160/First). /1 of 1983).
She added, "The ruling decision also included support for the seizure of movable and immovable property belonging to the escaped convict, and reserved for the complainant and the affected parties the right to demand compensation before the civil courts, after the ruling became final," noting that "an arrest and search warrant had been issued against him."