Monday, 7 September 2015 19:37
An informed source, Monday, revealed Integrity Court issue a judgment in absentia was sentenced to seven years in prison, former head of the Integrity Commission Rahim.
The source said in an interview to the Sumerian News, "The Integrity court sentenced in absentia to seven years in prison against the former head of the Integrity Commission Rahim," without giving further details.
The judiciary announced that, in (21 August 2015), for the issuance of the ICC Central four provisions against Rahim issues related to corruption.
The Ugaili submitted his resignation on the seventh of September 2013, officially to Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki as a result of "pressure" from the political parties, while al-Maliki agreed on 11 September on the resignation of Ugaili from office, as instructed at the time Judge Alaa Jawad Hamid, headed by Commission Agency until further notice.
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