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    Involving the private sector in “fighting corruption” in a dialogue between Integrity, the European Union, and the German Agency

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    Baghdad Today - Baghdad
    Today, Sunday (February 4, 2024), the Federal Integrity Commission, in cooperation with Transparency International, the United Nations Development Programme, the European Union Mission in Iraq, and the German Agency (GIZ), held a dialogue symposium under the title (Towards Sustainable National Integrity); To discuss, study and evaluate the national integrity system.
    The Chairman of the Authority, Haider Hanoun, said, in his speech during the dialogue symposium, that he reviewed the steps taken by the Republic of Iraq at the level of the three authorities and oversight bodies that aim to enhance integrity, transparency, and subjection to accountability and accountability.
    He pointed out “forming a supreme anti-corruption body, launching a campaign (Where did you get this from), and opening two bank accounts to deposit recovered amounts, in addition to cooperating with the legislative authority to complete the anti-corruption response system and ensuring the enactment of a law on the right to obtain information, referring to arrest, recruitment, and detention orders.” "Judicial efforts and redoubled efforts culminated in a double increase in the number of reports and information received and arrests of red-handed crimes."
     He noted "the effectiveness of the current government's adoptions in supporting anti-corruption efforts by making combating corruption a priority in its ministerial approach and government program and its seriousness in implementing it, and its adoption of the principle of evaluation for its ministers, deputy ministers, advisors and general directors, and considering combating corruption its most important pillars, in addition to coordination and cooperation with international organizations that... It resulted in a visit to Transparency International and the start of implementing two projects for the organization: building the capabilities of civil society and government stakeholders in the field of integrity and anti-corruption, and establishing the advisory council specialized in studying the national integrity system for Iraq.” 
    Hanoun called for “opening a national branch of the organization in Iraq, with the aim of raising Iraq’s level in the organization’s hierarchy, continuing to build the capabilities of civil society and relevant government employees in the field of integrity and anti-corruption, and holding regional workshops and training courses supported by the organization in Baghdad, similar to the Arab countries.” And continue to study the national integrity system to evaluate the Iraqi institutional environment, and hold regional and international transparency conferences in Iraq.”
    For their part, Maximilian Rasch, Charge d'Affaires of the German Embassy, ​​Thomas Sabler, the European Union Ambassador to Iraq, and Lutz Zimmermann, the Country Director of the German International Cooperation Agency, praised the efforts of the government of Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani in combating corruption and adhering to the principle of accountability and accountability. And enhancing integrity and providing great support to national regulatory bodies.
    They warned that “corruption represents an environment that repels investment and destroys the principle of competition,” pointing to “some of the work that was carried out in cooperation with the prevention and academic departments of the Integrity Commission, especially with regard to digitizing the work of institutions and rules of conduct,” expressing their desire to support Iraq in combating corruption. Corruption and establishing a comprehensive and broad partnership to confront corruption through various sectors, civil society organizations and the private sector, to enhance transparency, combat corruption, achieve justice and bring about the desired change in people, institutions and society under a solid national integrity system.”
    Moaz Abu Dalo, representative of Transparency International in North Africa and the Middle East, highlighted the most important pillars of reform, sustainable development, promoting transparency and combating corruption in all its forms, saying that corruption is a multi-dimensional and cross-sectoral phenomenon that has serious consequences on state institutions and the private sector, and addressing this phenomenon requires A consistent approach and cooperation with stakeholders in all sectors that enhances the confidence of the media and civil society by involving them.”
    He pointed to what was stated in the organization’s report, which indicated that there is no tangible progress in combating corruption in the Middle East and North Africa region, as the organization attributed these results to the high levels of political corruption, which undermines anti-corruption efforts in various parts of the region, due to governments abandoning their obligations and adopting anti-corruption strategies. Corruption primarily adopts a reactive approach, not a preventive approach.
    The symposium included three dialogue sessions, the first of which was chaired by Osama Al-Shabib, which was about the most important results of the study of the National Integrity System. Dr. Hazem Al-Namla, the research coordinator at Transparency International, and Ali Al-Mawlawi, the principal researcher for the system, participated in two working papers. National Integrity Committee, while the second session was chaired by (Moaz Abu Dalu), during which Representative (Saud Al-Saadi), member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, and (Demnal Abdul Hadi), Director General of the Planning and Research Department in the Commission, presented their views on the integrity axis included in the session, while each of them addressed (Mohammed Al-Rubaie) from the Al-Nahrain Foundation for Supporting Transparency and Integrity, (Julian Courson) from the “No Corruption” organization from Transparency International in Lebanon, and (Talal Ferchishi) from the “I Am Watchful” organization from Transparency International in Tunisia, discussed in the closing session, which was chaired by Mrs. (Visions behind) the integrity system and civil society.
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