Baghdad governorate coordinate with the Council of Ministers to hold accountable squatters on state institutions

BAGHDAD / Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network (IMN) - said the first deputy governor of Baghdad, Jassim Alboukhata, on Saturday, that the local government submitted to the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers a list of institutions and the role transgressor them and belonging to the State, pointing out that the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers will take legal action to hold accountable squatters on state property.

The Prime Minister, Dr. Haider Abadi, ordered the formation of a legal specialized committees to review the sale and rental and ownership properties state in Baghdad and the provinces in the previous phase to any party whatsoever, and return the money seized outside legal contexts to the state and restore the money which the unfairness in the evaluation.

It's Alboukhata (IMN) that "most of the properties of past State political parties are more flexible than citizens in returning such property to the Government and relevant institutions."

He pointed out that "the local government has data unequivocal and convincing evidence on the state properties that have been overrun by the political forces and citizens."

He stressed that "the province lifted a list of real estate State transgressor by the Council of Ministers for the purpose of taking legal action and to hold abusers on that role and government buildings."

He was a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee demanded al-Jaafari, he said that the committee is working on the study of State Real Estate file, indicating that the retrieval and invested enough to fill Moisntin of the country.

Jaafari said in an earlier statement that the committee in cooperation with the Municipality of Baghdad and the Integrity Commission formed a joint committee to follow up the file properties the state, explaining that he had "been looted state funds to provide in this file and the country turned out to be enough to balance the two."