Integrity Announces refusal to cover corruption offences amnesty law
Politician Since 2016-08-18
at 14:29 (Baghdad time)

Baghdad scales news
The integrity Commission announced, Thursday, refusing to cover corruption offences Amnesty bill provisions. With some crime coverage back to waste the efforts of national regulatory bodies.
The statement said the Commission received/balance news/copy, "Reaffirming the integrity commitment to the principle of separation of powers and legislative jurisdiction of Parliament, it after its study of the topic coverage (some or most) corruption Amnesty bill provisions reached the conclusion rejected corruption offences covered by the provisions of this law."
The Commission said that "the reasons for the rejection is that the coverage (or most of) corruption offences by the amnesty law is a waste of efforts and tireless efforts by national regulatory bodies in the fight against corruption," accompanying "and might lead to despair and frustration involved in combating corruption because the issues that had made it hard for many years has been the release of perpetrators."
She noted that "coverage of these crimes the amnesty law will generate the nerve I have corrupted the repeating trespassing on public money and commit crimes of corruption; knowing a continuous structures t Silver to amnesty law coverage".
She continued, "amnesty laws based on legislative philosophy stems from the conditions of society and the public interest, here we do not find any wisdom or philosophy to warrant forcing corruption offences in the amnesty law at present."
And explained by saying: "the Iraqi society is going through circumstance and needs calls for fight against corruption as a priority for the community, and to release (some or most of) perpetrators of corruption would be a fatal blow to the aspirations of the community, and a waste of all voices in the fight against corruption."
She drew out, that "every country in the world that have experienced similar conditions to envelop Iraq quo growing corruption had taken firm action about this phenomenon in the rhythm of the maximum penalties for the perpetrators of crimes of corruption and tightened up in some States the death penalty laws, and not resort to pardon the perpetrators."
It showed that "mentioned in some paragraphs of the draft law on corruption offences covered by its provisions except crimes (embezzlement and theft of State funds) are not included in the pardon only after recovery of public money".
However, he can discuss it by saying that the law has included in the proposed amendment to this paragraph all corruption offences, Amnesty and did not require recovery of public money, public money were required in those crimes only, this hand ", stating that" on the other hand, the idea of recovering public money can be discussed by the need to find new legal mechanisms ensure recovery of public money of convicts for crimes of corruption without resorting to Amnesty. "
The statement stressed that "according to this justification and legal and social causes the body and as far as I'm concerned, rejected the idea of coverage of corruption offences by the amnesty law, to say that it is up to Parliament." over 29/34 584%25D9%2586%25D8%25B2%25D8%25A7%25D9%2587%25D8%2 5A9-%25D8%25AA%25D8%25B9%25D9%2584%25D9%2586-%25D8%25B1%25D9%2581%25D8%25B6%25D9%2587%25D8%25A7-%25D8%25B4%25D9%2585%25D9%2588%25D9%2584-%25D8%25AC%25D8%25B1%25D8%25A7%25D8%25A6%25D9%2585-%25D8%25A7%25D9%2584%25D9%2581%25D8%25B3%25D8%25A7 %25D8%25AF-%25D8%25A8%25D9%2582%25D8%25A7%25D9%2586%25D9%2588 %25D9%2586-%25D8%25A7%25D9%2584%25D8%25B9%25D9%2581%25D9%2588-%25D8%25A7%25D9%2584%25D8%25B9%25D8%25A7%25D9%2585