Integrity misdemeanor court imposed sentences of imprisonment and a fine against officials in the Rafidain and North
08:09 GMT
Follow-up - and babysit - issued specialized issues of integrity and economic crime and money laundering a misdemeanor court, prison terms and a fine against officials in the Rafidain and North after being convicted on corruption charges.
A statement of the Supreme Judicial Council received news agency public opinion (and babysit), a copy of it for the cover of the Court judge Fartusi Radi as saying that "the court issued decisions on the imprisonment and a fine of four accused in various cases related to corruption."

Fartusi, adding that "the director of the Department of contracts and an expert in the Rafidain Bank to hold a suspect convicted of a deal with the Jordanian company regarding printing magnetic instruments."

"The value of the contract amounted to 2.0004 million thousand dollars in the Jordanian capital while the company did not exceed ten thousand JD, and that was established only a year ago."

Fartusi He pointed out that "the investigation confirmed the completion of the printing process in Iraq, not in Jordan as it was agreed upon."

He noted "the absence of specialized devices to read this type of instruments in the country, and therefore does not need to be printed."

He went on the cover of integrity judge that "the defendants They refer to the Jordanian deal about the company directly without passing through the legal procedures for contracting operations."

"The second case in which convicted the former director of the Rafidain Bank / pratha branch, by granting loans to fake unemployed Iraqi currencies and difficult."

And increased Fartusi either "the third case in which one was convicted North Bank Customers liberalization instruments in the amount of about one billion dinars to complete the money laundering process."

The judge concluded the cover of integrity according to the statement by saying that "all of these verdicts adversarial, meaning that those convicted were present in court." It ended 1