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    Post by Rocky Fri 27 Oct 2023, 4:54 am

    Integrity Investigation Judge: Waste and theft are decreasing, and perpetrators of corruption and drug crimes have entered the market and investment
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    {Politics: Al-Furat News} The first judge of the Integrity and Money Laundering Court, Judge Iyad Damad, announced that “the numbers of waste and theft are decreasing due to the governance and transparency policies that the Iraqi government and the competent agencies are exhausting.”
    Damad said in a press statement, "There is no truth to Iraq's loss of more than a trillion dollars since 2003 through systematic theft," noting that "financial and administrative corruption has caused the loss of significant funds that would have contributed to increasing development opportunities and advancing the economy."
    He pointed out that "the loss of public funds has many reasons, including those related to mismanagement and waste, and some related to embezzlement and theft," pointing out that "the courts specialized in combating corruption in Iraq have the largest role in reducing the rates and extent of corruption."
    Damad continued, "Self-money laundering is the most common type of registering financial proceeds from criminal activities in one's name, and the real estate, exchange companies, and gold sectors are the most common areas for investing money obtained from crimes."
    He noted that "sometimes the pattern of laundering occurs from a third party through some friends or the money launderer's wife, children, and siblings, and legal measures have been taken against many bank employees due to failure to exercise due diligence regarding customer transactions."
    He pointed out that "the perpetrators of corruption and drug crimes entered the market of businessmen and investors, and money laundering cases were carried out in the name of investment, not only in Iraq but in most countries of the world."
    He stressed that "the procedures of the Central Bank imposed strict control over the amounts deposited and withdrawn, and in the event of any suspicious financial transactions, the financial institution is obligated to submit a report about them," noting that "the increase in banks' control over customer transactions is tightening the ring on money launderers."
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