Integrity Committee: the elimination action against corrupt officials is not enough


BAGHDAD / JD / .. of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee confirmed that the actions taken by the judiciary is not enough against corrupt officials, as revealed on the transfer of a number of issues relating to abuses on the Real Estate State.

A member of the Integrity Committee MP Hashem al-Moussawi told / JD /: to work actively in Integrity Commission on issues of corruption, has been assigned many of the files of corruption to justice, noting that there is serious work to follow up on abuses on the Real Estate State and the results that have emerged from the judiciary somewhat reassuring but it is not sufficient with respect to the personalities and officials and abuses of public funds.

He said al-Moussawi: that the general situation is heading towards corruption and file cases, and began to emerge to the surface in order to punish corrupt people, stressing that the number of files will be forwarded to the executive bodies of Mtabaha.

The Committee on Parliamentary Integrity has formed with the Integrity Commission committees to follow up the irregularities that accompanied the process of sale and ownership of real estate State is not a fundamentalist and violation of the law.

A member of the committee MP Aqil al-Zubaidi in an earlier statement received / JD / copy of it: that the committee held a meeting in the presence of Chairman of the Board and head of the Integrity Committee, resulted in the formation of three committees, the first concerned with following up irregularities that accompanied the process of sale and ownership of real estate State, while specialized second follow-up sale of government positions and reduction process, and the Third Committee is concerned with the formation of roving joint teams following the work of the ministries, and to monitor any cases of corruption, as well as check lists of those barred from the wanted criminal issues, travel, and work to track them down in the countries of asylum for they reclaim. / End / Sarah Aljcami /