URGENT The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption discusses serious cases and sends them to justice

2018/4/11 18:39


{Baghdad: Al Furat News} The Supreme Council against Corruption discussed "serious" files and referred to the judiciary.
"Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi chaired a meeting of the Council on Wednesday, stressing the need to pay attention to the investigative evidence in the files of corruption, which reflects the accuracyof the follow-up of the issues and the prosecution of all files of corruption, regardless," said a statement issued by the Prime Minister's Office. About the date of its acquisition. "
The statement added that "the Council discussed the files of serious corruption has been investigated and referred to the judiciary has already been prosecuted those responsible."
He stressed "the importance of drafting a general framework for the management of inspection work in Iraq to ensure the performance of the inspectors' offices their role legally defined in the ministries and governorates and other bodies."
The council discussed its agenda and took a number of decisions. It also reviewed the work of the National Experts Committee to follow-up the files that were reviewed and submitted to judicial bodies, according to the statement.
"The importance of following up all issues related to corruption and report on them and focus on the major corruption crimes that led to the theft of public money."