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    Under the patronage and presence of the Prime Minister, the First Anti-Corruption Conference conclud

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    Under the patronage and presence of the Prime Minister, the First Anti-Corruption Conference conclud Empty Under the patronage and presence of the Prime Minister, the First Anti-Corruption Conference conclud

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    Baghdad - IA

    Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani confirmed during the first anti-corruption conference, today, Sunday, that the citizen has begun to feel the presence of the state through anti-corruption efforts, while the conference concluded its work with seven recommendations.
    The Prime Minister’s Media Office said in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA): “Under the patronage and presence of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia’ al-Sudani, the Prime Minister’s Office held this morning the first anti-corruption conference, which reviewed the efforts made in this field during an entire year.” In the presence of a number of ministers, representatives, advisors, and officials of departments and bodies concerned with combating corruption.”
    In his speech, according to the statement, the Prime Minister appreciated “the efforts of all those confronting the scourge of corruption,” describing “their stance as heroic, stemming from a legitimate, moral, and legal position in preserving public money, and what it means to confront cases of financial and administrative corruption.”
    He explained that "corruption has become a determining factor for all development plans, and that the greatest loss is that corruption has caused the people to lose complete confidence in state institutions and the political system, and that citizens have begun to feel the presence of the state through anti-corruption efforts and the achievements of service agencies on the ground."
    He stressed, "We must stop at the anti-corruption station, and that the government has placed this file at the top of its priorities, and has begun work in several areas, including addressing countries in which corruption funds are present, forming the Supreme Anti-Corruption Commission and the files it has completed, as well as forming a specialized team to undertake the audit." In reports and complaints, as a result, many manifestations of corruption were diagnosed and referred to the judiciary in accordance with the law.”
    He pointed out "the formation of investigative committees with officials at all levels, upon the request of the authorities concerned with combating corruption, and this matter was one of the reasons obstructing the resolution of cases before the courts."
    The conference concluded with a number of recommendations that stated:
    1- Expediting the resolution and completion of notifications, complaints, and criminal cases within the legally specified periods, especially cases related to public opinion, large amounts of corruption, and senior state employees; In order to impose legal penalties on those convicted and enhance confidence in accountability and accountability procedures to ensure the achievement of general deterrence.
    2- Periodic evaluation of the performance of those with higher job ranks, to ensure the effectiveness and performance of government institutions; To prevent corruption and protect public funds.
    3- Strengthening the human resources and technical capabilities of internal control bodies in government institutions, to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of their performance, and establishing periodic and transparent evaluation mechanisms for their level and identifying areas that need development.
    4- Strengthening the independence of regulatory agencies, and providing financial and technical support to increase the level of capabilities and skills of their employees, in the field of using technology and modern methods in monitoring and combating corruption.
    5- Developing and updating legislation to keep pace with developments and developments, and filling gaps to provide effective and comprehensive legal frameworks in combating and preventing corruption.
    6- Seeking to sign memorandums of understanding and cooperation agreements with countries and international organizations, and establishing permanent coordination mechanisms with them to exchange information in the face of common challenges in the field of combating and reducing corruption, especially with regard to recovering the proceeds of corruption, recovering accused, convicted and wanted persons and prosecuting them.  
    7- Legislate a law to create a supervisory authority, based on the provisions of Article 108 of the Constitution; To enhance internal control in government institutions, organize previous and subsequent preventive oversight procedures, and raise levels of responsibility, integrity and transparency. Protection of public funds.
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