Form a committee to review the four final accounts of the budgets of the previous

Saturday 03/03/2012 10:07

Baghdad / follow-up long-announced the Integrity Commission Parliamentary formation of a quadripartite committee composed of the Office of Financial Supervision and the Integrity Commission and the Supreme Judicial Council and the Commission on Integrity representative to review the final accounts of the budgets of the country's financial from 2004 to 2011, likely detect corrupted files in it. and imposes a financial budget Iraqi ministries and government bodies to provide financial Khovatha in the first quarter of the year following the budget year.

According to the House of Representatives, it had not seen the final accounts since 2004 until now, and attributes the government for not submitting the final accounts prior to the unstable conditions experienced by the country. And carried the Ministry of Finance earlier in the ministries and government bodies responsible for non-submission of financial statements for the budget years 2008 and 2009 and 2010 because of the neglect is justified in the provision of final accounts for expenditures of Finance. A member of the Committee Jawad Alshahyla told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the Integrity Commission will work vigorously to monitor the work of the government and the budget for the year 2012 since the beginning," adding that "the Commission will tighten control over aspects of government spending . "

and added: We will look at all budgets, the final of the government since 2004 until this year, "explained" it was agreed to form a joint committee by the Board of Supreme Audit and the Committee on Integrity parliamentary and the Integrity Commission and the Supreme Judicial Council to review the accounts. "He continued, may reveal the Committee through the review a lot of corruption in the budget pro-country. "

The House of Representatives had voted a week ago on the financial budget for the current year amounting to about $ 100 billion budget is the largest in the history of Iraq.