The United Nations describes the role of international files of major corruption investigators in Iraq

2016/8/11 10:45

[Where - Baghdad]

United Nations Development Programme was signed today in Baghdad, an agreement with the Iraqi government to strengthen the government's ability to investigate large and complex, and the investigation and prosecution of corruption cases.

A statement of the mission the UN in Iraq [UNAMI] received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it from the Associate Director of the Office of the Prime Minister, Nawfal al-Hassan as saying that "to put an end to impunity at the heart of our agenda of reform, has reached out to the United Nations Development Programme to a request to provide support technician to enhance our capabilities in the investigation and prosecution of corruption cases. "

For its part, Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programme and the Humanitarian Coordinator in Iraq, Lise Grande said: "UNDP stands ready to support the reform process in every possible way, difficult and sensitive reforms, but to strengthen corporate governance a top priority with the approaching defeat Daash."

"The United Nations Development Program will work, according to the terms of the agreement, the recruitment of international investigators to help train Iraqi investigators and counseling. It will be the headquarters of President investigator in the Integrity Commission and the Supreme Judicial Council."

And achieves the judiciary and the Integrity Commission in Iraq on charges of corruption recently sparked by Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi, against Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri and deputies, officials and businessmen to exercise operations "blackmail deals contracts in the field of armament and food soldiers millions of dollars."

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi also revealed yesterday he had been blackmailed Deputy for a coalition of state law, the last to give up questioning in parliament in exchange for senior positions and privileges in return for not being questioned in the House of Representatives.

Transparency International, Iraq, and put the past several years at the bottom of classified countries experiencing corrupt.