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The Presidency of the Republic determines a way to supplement the state treasury with funds

26th October, 2021

Adviser to the President of the Republic, Abdullah Al-Zaidi, determined, on Tuesday, the fate of the corruption proceeds recovery law, stressing that it is the way to supply the state treasury with funds.

Al-Zaidi said, according to the official agency, that “the law for recovering corruption proceeds was written in the corridors of the Presidency of the Republic by Iraqi experts, judges, lawyers, and university professors, in addition to the law’s contribution by advisers to the Presidency of the Republic.”

He added that “the bill to recover corruption proceeds was sent to the House of Representatives, and went to the Legal Committee in the House of Representatives, but it was not voted on in this parliamentary session,” expressing his hope “that the law will be studied objectively and thoroughly by the House of Representatives in the next session with the possibility of The amendment, making observations, and sending it to the Presidency of the Republic again.

He stressed that “the law for recovering corruption proceeds is important for Iraq and provides the state treasury with the money that was stolen, after it is voted on by the House of Representatives.” 


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