Samson » May 23rd, 2021
Kurdish parliamentarian: The region’s delegation will not sign any agreement with Baghdad
18:18 – 22/05/2021
On Saturday, a member of the Kurdistan Regional Parliament, Diyari Anwar, ruled out the signing of an agreement between the next Kurdish delegation to Baghdad and the federal government regarding oil.
“The regional government wants the situation to continue as it is, especially as it distributes salaries with a deduction system from employees, and what is deducted goes into the pockets of the corrupt power parties,” Anwar told Al-Maaloumah.
He added that “the Kurdish delegation that will visit Baghdad will not conclude any agreement or deliver the oil, but rather it is a formal visit only.”
It is scheduled that a delegation representing the Kurdistan Regional Government will visit the capital, Baghdad, in the coming days to discuss the implementation of the budget agreement. LINK
MilitiaMan » May 23rd, 2021
I wonder if Diyari Anwar is acting? Why visit Baghdad for a formal visit if not for the HCL? Maybe because they are to come for a photo op, as the HCL has been sorted already (Feb 24, 2021) and now they may have the mechanism for it. imo To the latter, it would be a formality. imo. Keep in mind the new system has corruption under control once they interlink with the mechanism going forward, imo.. lol ~ MM
Samson » May 23rd, 2021
The President of the Republic presents a bill to recover the stolen money and hold the corrupt accountable
23rd May, 2021
The President of the Republic, Barham Salih, announced, on Sunday, his intention to send a bill to recover the proceeds of corruption through a series of preemptive and deterrent measures, while noting that Iraq has lost a thousand billion dollars since 2003 due to corruption
In a special speech broadcast by state television and followed by Al-Iktissad News, Saleh said, “The draft law on recovering the proceeds of corruption includes pre-emptive and deterrent measures,” noting that “the draft law includes subsequent steps to recover the money of corruption
He added that “the law includes support for financial and supervisory institutions and activating their tools,” noting that “150 billion dollars were smuggled into the countries of the world through corruption deals
He continued, “Corruption and terrorism are interlinked and perpetuate one another, and because of them, thousands of young people have come out demanding an end to it LINK
The most prominent of what is included in the draft law to recover proceeds of corruption?
23rd May, 2021
The Presidency of the Republic announced, on Sunday, the most prominent aspects of the text of the draft law on “recovering the proceeds of corruption.”
The draft is as follows:
– All Iraqi state officials who have assumed the highest positions most vulnerable to corruption are subject to the procedures of this law.
– The law aims to recover the following funds inside and outside Iraq.
– The Integrity Commission provides the Central Bank of Iraq with a list of high-ranking officials, their family members, and people close to them within three months from the date this law comes into force, and updates it annually
– The investigation and investigation of corruption funds also includes members of the officials’ families, friends and close associates.
– Holders of senior positions must submit a written declaration within 60 days to authorize the Iraqi Commission of Integrity and Courts to request information from countries in which they have bank accounts, otherwise, after the lapse of 60 days, he will be deemed resigned from his post.
Forming investigation and investigation teams between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Intelligence Service, the Integrity Commission, the Central Bank of Iraq and the Board of Supreme Audit, in cooperation with countries, to investigate money smuggled abroad and corrupt, and collect information and documents on the funds of Iraqis in these countries who held high positions in Iraq.
– The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and through the relevant ministries and bodies, is laying down a plan to conclude bilateral agreements with countries to recover Iraqi funds smuggled abroad and their returns and the corrupt and hand them over to the Iraqi authorities.
Contracting with discreet international investigation companies in order to investigate Iraq’s funds smuggled abroad and their returns.
Financial institutions shall notify the Central Bank of Iraq with lists prepared for financial transactions of more than 500 thousand US dollars in order to conduct investigations about them. Iraqi financial institutions, under the supervision of the Central Bank, are obligated to verify customers to determine the identity of the owners of funds deposited in accounts valued at more than one million dollars.
Cancellation or termination of any contract or investment license concluded on the basis of a bribe or abuse of influence, or any act of corruption.
– To encourage reporting of corruption, a financial reward of up to 5% of the value of the corruption crime is given to the informant who provides information about Crime Leading to Recovery of Corruption Funds
– Penalties for those convicted of corruption offenses include confiscation and dispossession of all their movable and immovable property, legal documents and instruments.
– The death of the accused of corruption or the expiration of the period of the lawsuit does not prevent him from being responsible for the crime and may not be pardoned. LINK
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