Political| 04:33 - 05/12/2023
Mawazine News - Baghdad
The head of the Integrity Commission, Haider Hanoun, announced today, Tuesday, the creation of the “Inspection Department” in the ministries, while indicating that
the second amendment to the Integrity Law will combat corruption by 90 percent, and the
campaign (Where did you get this from?) will include the heads and founders of parties.
Hanoun said, in an interview followed by Mawazine News, that
“there is a second amendment that will be presented to the Integrity and Illicit Gain Commission law, in a conference that will be held soon,” indicating that
“the amendment will include the establishment of a new department called (the Inspection Department), which includes inspection and research in ministries before "The crime occurs." He pointed out,
"The authority supports the legislation related to access to information, as it was voted on in the Council of Ministers, as well as the law on recovering the proceeds of corruption." Hanoun confirmed,
“The Integrity Commission proposed legislation for the second amendment to the Integrity and Illegal Gain Commission Law, which is supported by the Council of Ministers.
If implemented, it will give the Integrity Commission the ability to combat corruption by 90 percent, as
it will go toward recovering the money that was stolen from Iraq since 2003 and returning it to the people.”. He also pointed out that
"the application of the campaign (Where did you get this from?) on illegal gain will not only apply to employees and officials, but will include the heads and founders of parties, governmental and non-governmental organizations, and civil society organizations." He continued,
"Some of the non-governmental organizations work with international organizations and receive grants," noting that
"the Commission will address international organizations to reveal these funds paid."
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