Samson » August 21st, 2021
An Iraqi official caught taking bribes
21st August, 2021
The Federal Integrity Commission announced, on Saturday, the arrest of an official working in a committee to compensate those affected by war and terrorist operations in Diwaniyah Governorate (southern Iraq), red-handed.
The Commission’s Investigation Department said, through a statement received by Shafak News Agency, that it had set up a work team from the Investigation and Judicial Control Divisions after receiving a complaint stating that the assistant official of the Subcommittee Division in Diwaniyah requested a sum of money to compensate those affected by war operations, military mistakes and terrorist operations, to complete the transaction of one beneficiaries.
She added, that days after the team followed up on the accused and monitored his movements, a tight ambush was set up for him, as the team, in cooperation with law enforcement authorities, intercepted the accused’s car near Al-Qadisiyah University, where it was seized with the amount agreed upon as a down payment with the beneficiary.
The department explained that the operation, which was carried out in accordance with the provisions of Resolution (160 of 1983), also resulted in the seizure of many transactions in the accused’s car related to compensation for those affected, pointing out that the office team was able to obtain audio recordings in which the accused mentioned that the agreed amount as a bribe amounted to (11,500) One thousand US dollars, which will be divided equally between the arrested suspect and one of the officials in the committee in exchange for (voting) on the beneficiary’s treatment, while the first payment of the amount received was (400,000) thousand dinars.
He pointed out that a fundamental arrest report was organized in the process, and presented, together with the accused, and all the seizures, to the competent investigative judge; Which decided to arrest the accused pending investigation.
On June 8, the commission announced the arrest of a blackmailer claiming to have a relationship with an officer of the security services and extorting citizens in exchange for sums of money, in exchange for false promises to destroy a case. LINK
Source: Dinar Recaps
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