[size=52]On the sidelines of his visit to Cairo...the head of the Integrity Commission reveals the details of the memorandum of understanding concluded with Egypt[/size]
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The head of the Integrity Commission, Judge Haider Hanoun, revealed the details of the memorandum of understanding concluded with Egypt, while confirming that it will enhance capabilities in the field of prosecuting corrupt people and recovering money.
Hanoun said on the sidelines of his visit to Egypt: “A memorandum of understanding was signed with the Administrative Control Authority of the Arab Republic of Egypt, which is concerned with combating corruption and preventing its spread,” indicating that “this memorandum has bilateral dimensions between the two countries, as well as with the Arab and Islamic countries and the rest of the world.” .
He added, “In the bilateral field, the capabilities and expertise between the two countries will be strengthened, as well as to combat corruption, prevent its spread, recover funds, and provide assistance by one party to the other party, in addition to recovering the accused and recovering funds smuggled out of both countries as a result of corruption crimes, in addition to drawing up strategies.” And visions.”
He continued, “This cooperation also falls within the field of the anti-corruption strategy in Iraq for the years 2021-2023, as well as in the Arab Republic of Egypt for the years 2023-2030.”
He stressed, “The memorandum also included developing capabilities and scientific research in the field of anti-corruption, as well as academic research through the Egyptian National Academy for Anti-Corruption and the Iraqi Academy for Anti-Corruption and bilateral cooperation in this field.”
Hanoun explained, “Concluding joint memorandums of understanding narrows the scope for the corrupt and helps recover them and recover the stolen funds in cooperation with brotherly and friendly countries, including Egypt, as well as regional countries.”
He pointed out that “this agreement with Egypt is important in terms of opening channels of communication and cooperation, especially since it currently chairs the Conference of States Parties to the United Nations Convention against Corruption.”
He stressed, “The conference will be held at the end of this year in the United States of America in this regard, and the current Iraqi government has worked diligently, actively, and sincerely in this field and has placed the fight against corruption within its government program as a top priority, and the government’s support continues for the Integrity Commission and other oversight bodies, including the Financial Supervision Bureau.” .
Hanoun vowed to pursue the corrupt, bring them to justice, and recover the people’s stolen money.[/size]
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