Al-Kazemi's advisor: Regulatory bodies are witnessing progress in controlling public money
political Today, 18:38
Baghdad - INA - Nassar Al-Hajj
, the financial advisor to the Prime Minister, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, confirmed that the regulatory bodies are witnessing an advanced state in implementing the law and controlling public money.
Saleh said, in a statement to the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the national oversight agencies are witnessing an advanced state in implementing the law and imposing control over public money," referring to "the role of the
- Federal Financial Supervision Bureau, the
National Integrity Commission and the
Anti-Money Laundering Authority, as well as the
He explained, "The four sides represent the axis of state building in imposing discipline, applying the law and protecting regulations for all public properties," noting that
"these bodies enjoy independence and practice good governance accurately, in order to cross an important stage in building the state and imposing its prestige and authority, by
respecting the behavior with public money without neglecting the role of public opinion and popular control in diagnosing imbalances, and the role of international cooperation in combating new illegal activities in the abuse of public money.
He stressed, "The rule of law and respect for financial behavior and addressing the phenomena of abuse of public money is a matter that is taking a strong legal path in a growing and accelerating manner, according to the
- development of the prominent role of the legal institution and the
regulatory authorities in the country, including the
supervisory role of the legislative authority and the
operational role of the national security services."
All in pursuit of financial and other crimes.
Saleh pointed out, "The importance of the role of the oversight and internal audit bodies in all ministries and government institutions in assuming professional, functional and national responsibility in addressing phenomena that violate public funds and administrative penetration, as
they are early warning devices in protecting the Iraqi state institutions and consolidating the constants of their performance."