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Erbil.. Two thieves arrested in possession of Iraqi, American and Swiss money
14th September, 2022
The Erbil Police Directorate announced, on Wednesday, the arrest of two people on charges of theft.
The police said in a statement, received by Shafak News Agency, that “the Anti-Crime Police Department arrested two suspects called (KJM) and (QM), on charges of stealing 18,300 US dollars, 100,000 Iraqi dinars and 50 dinars. Old-fashioned Swiss.
The statement added that “during the implementation of the arrest warrant for the accused, they were in possession of the aforementioned money,” noting that “the investigation papers were prepared for the accused under Article 446.Q.P and sent to an investigative court.” LINK
The arrest of an employee accused of embezzling 7 billion dinars who escaped from the Tikrit court to Kirkuk
14th September, 2022
A security source in Salah al-Din reported today, Wednesday, the arrest of an employee accused of embezzling 7 billion dinars after escaping yesterday from the Tikrit court towards Kirkuk.
The source told Shafaq News Agency, “The security forces and intelligence investigations managed to arrest an employee in the Planning Department in the Salah al-Din Governorate Office after escaping from the Tikrit court yesterday before appearing before the court on charges of embezzling 7 billion dinars.”
The source added that “the security forces and intelligence pursuit, and in coordination with the security services in Kirkuk, arrested the fugitive accused in Al-Zab district, and he was taken to Tikrit to complete the necessary investigative and judicial procedures,” pointing out that “the formation of an investigative committee in Tikrit to uncover the circumstances of the escape of the accused accused from the Tikrit court and the parties complicit in his smuggling.” If it is proven. LINK
Integrity: Seizing cases of embezzlement and waste of public money in Basra Health
14th September, 2022
Today, Wednesday, the Federal Integrity Commission announced the seizure of cases of embezzlement and waste of public money in the health of Basra Governorate
A statement by the Commission’s Investigation Department, received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), stated that “the staff of the Basra Investigation Directorate, which moved to one of the health centers in the province, based on a judicial note, was able, after investigation and auditing, to seize the director of the former health center, against the background of his misappropriation of ticket receipts
The statement added that “the accused received (320) receipt books, and embezzled their amounts,” noting that “during the process, the record of the record regarding the accused’s receipt of the receipt books was seized
He continued, “The directorate’s staff carried out a second operation at the General Ports Hospital to control a waste of public money, which was the receipt of a device (Mafras) from one of the supplying companies, and shortly after it was entered into service, it malfunctioned, and it was not maintained by the company, during the five-year warranty period. Although the Basra Health Department has not yet received the device completely
He explained, “The supplying company was not charged with maintenance costs amounting to (300) million dinars,” noting that “the device was taken out of work, for not benefiting from it, after it stopped working since 2018, which caused damage to public money, and deprived Revising patients can benefit from the service provided by the device, and contribute to reducing their financial burdens LINK
Source: Dinar Recaps
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