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Economy News - Baghdad
The head of the Federal Integrity Commission, Judge Haider Hanoun, called on Monday for increased support from the United Nations Development Program for the commission, especially in training its investigators, investigators and auditors and providing them with high skills.
A statement by the Commission, seen by Al-Iqtisad News, said: “The Chairman of the Federal Integrity Commission, Judge Haider Hanoun, discussed with the Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programme, Yama Torabi, and his accompanying delegation, the current and future projects that the Commission is working on to develop its capabilities and staff, increase the pace of its activities, and the possibility of Benefiting from the program’s expertise and experience in this field.”
According to the statement, the judge called for “increasing the support of the United Nations Development Program for the Authority, especially in training its investigators, investigators, and auditors, giving them high skills, and informing them of new developments in their specializations in developed countries of the world,” pointing to “the importance of continuing cooperation between the two parties to establish a forensic laboratory.” Digital, (DFL), which enhances the Authority’s capabilities to detect corruption, fraud, and money laundering, investigate these crimes, and deter their perpetrators.”
The head of the Commission pointed out “the necessity of continuing the need for support in meeting requests for assistance, in the field of recovery, and supporting its efforts, in opening channels with countries, and the role of this in overcoming obstacles to recovering convicts and smuggled funds,” noting that “the Commission’s opening of the file of illicit gain and the inflation of funds, It demonstrated the need to strengthen the capabilities of its members in investigating real estate, money and property, whether the officials charged with disclosing their financial liabilities or the employees against whom reports and allegations of inflated funds and illicit gain are received.”
Judge Hanoun expressed his “thanks to those in charge of the United Nations Development Program and their support for the Federal Integrity Commission and the rest of the state institutions,” calling for “the continuation of that support, especially in the field of strengthening the electronic governance project in the Commission, which is underway, as well as the Commission’s support.” In the field of awareness and education to instill the values of integrity and transparency, preserve public money and reject corruption in educational institutions.”
Hanoun called for “to benefit from the program’s expertise in developing strategies and future plans,” noting “to work early with the program to prepare a new strategy for integrity and anti-corruption for the years (2025-2030), as well as communicating with the Iraqi Anti-Corruption Academy to develop and propose a curriculum for graduate studies, and to benefit from The experiences of the countries that it deals with in training and studies on combating corruption, as well as supporting the Commission’s media to enable it and increase the capabilities of its media cadres in terms of marketing the achievements and future projects of the Integrity Commission to the public and the media, and enhancing the skills of its workers.”
For his part, the resident representative of the United Nations Development Programme, Yama Torabi, expressed “the program’s readiness to develop the authority’s staff and provide logistical support to its departments,” proposing “coordination for the possibility of holding the annual meeting of Transparency International in Baghdad, and closely monitoring the progress made in the field of combating corruption.” Iraq's commitment to the provisions of the United Nations Convention against Corruption."
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