Diyala governor: dreams of more than 30 file integrity over the past months

Sunday 14 in February 2016
Alsumaria News / Diyala
The Governor of Diyala Muthana al-Tamimi, Sunday, for a comprehensive review of files, service projects referred to in the last five years of the existence of suspicions of financial and administrative corruption, noting that the administration of the province referred more than 30 file integrity during the past months.

Tamimi said in an interview for the Sumerian News, "The Diyala administration conducted a comprehensive review of the files, the service projects that have been referred in the past five years across the districts and the areas of Diyala to the presence of suspected financial and administrative corruption and waste of public money significantly."

Tamimi said, that "a review of the projects are part of the efforts of the local Diyala government to tackle corruption," explaining that "Diyala administration referred more than 30 file integrity within the past seven months to the presence of suspected financial and administrative corruption and waste of public money."

He said Tamimi, "a review of the projects referred to in recent years, files are an important pillar in the fight against corruption," stressing that "the results of the audit will be exposed to the public with high transparency."

The Integrity Committee in the Diyala provincial council, announced earlier, the assignment of several files to waste of public money to integrity in light of the extensive investigations conducted by the prosecution of corrupt.

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