Parliamentary Integrity confirms that some warrants have not done or carried out by the executive bodies.
Follow-up - and babysit - said the Integrity Commission, the parliamentary member Mohammed fact, on Wednesday, that some of the warrants have not done or carried out by the executive bodies of the follow-up has not been implemented by the Commission on Public Integrity.
Kuhn said in a press statement the news that 'the Iraqi judiciary issued arrest warrants and the introduction of the right of officials still in power at the present time', stressing that 'some arrest warrants have not done or carried out by the executive bodies including the Commission on Integrity being competent to follow up the process of implementation of judicial orders issued '.
He guessed that the judiciary issue new arrest warrants against more officials in the coming days', noting that 'the issues that pursued the Integrity Commission, it is possible to mature the issuance of arrest warrants from time to time based on the availability of convincing evidence to the competent judge'.
He pointed out that 'the most prominent existing files of corruption within the Commission are the schools with regard to construction-ready file in addition to the file relation to the Ministry of Health regarding the General Company for drugs and the Bank of Commerce'.
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