The Supreme Council for the fight against corruption to prevent the defendants from..
The Supreme Council for the fight against corruption to prevent the defendants from traveling and monitor balances officials
Supreme Council anti - corruption officials decided to prevent the defendants from traveling corruption issues.
A statement by the prime minister received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that "the Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi chaired a meeting on Wednesday with the Supreme Council for the fight against corruption , which is part of the reform plans by the Prime Minister, where he was discussing the resolute actions that have been taken by the Council to prosecute corrupt, plans and strategies , which began to be implemented to reduce the phenomenon of corruption in the country. "
the statement added that" the Supreme Council for the fight against corruption has taken a number of decisions in this area and of them, support the integrity Commission on the Prevention of travel officials who are under investigation and building measures on the evidence available to it. "
He also decided that " the regulators support [the integrity Commission - financial supervision - inspectors general offices - judges - monitor banking Directorate and credit and to provide protection for them. "
decided the Supreme Council for the fight against corruption , " the Iraqi Central Bank and financial institutions competent to monitor accounts and assets of officials and follow - up according to the law, and to assign a member of the Supreme Council for the fight against corruption in coordination with integrity judge competent investigator integrity concerned to speed up the completion of procedures relating to the resolution of large corruption cases. "
also identified" a mechanism to check the income of traders buying and selling real estate sources, in addition to a number The last of the actual decisions to fight corruption and prosecute corrupt to contribute with money and tampering with the Iraqis and putting them behind bars. http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=34307