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Integrity: Issuance of arrest and summons orders issued against former senior officials, including a minister
  
{Local: Al Furat News} The Federal Integrity Commission revealed the issuance of arrest and recruitment orders against a number of former officials, indicating that these orders included a minister, the head of one of the endowments bureaus, and the head of a provincial council.

The Integrity Investigations Department indicated that the Central Anti-Corruption Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant and investigation against the former Minister of Transport. Against the background of violations in the contract between the General Company for Ports of Iraq and one of the companies renting a plot of land in the port of Maqal, and other violations, adding that the area of the plot of land is (67,000) m2 with an annual rental allowance of 60 million and 500 thousand dinars, for a period of (20) years.

The department added that the Rusafa Investigation Court, which is specialized in integrity issues, issued an arrest warrant and investigation against the former head of one of the endowments offices; for issuing orders relieving a number of general managers in the Endowment Bureau from their duties and referring them to retirement; Despite the violation of these orders to the law and instructions, as well as the failure to implement the judicial decisions issued by the Employees Judiciary Court.

She explained that the Nineveh Investigation Court, which specializes in integrity issues, issued an order to summon the former head of the Nineveh Provincial Council on the charge of claiming that the accused caused the loss of a wheel during the control of ISIS terrorist gangs over the city of Mosul.

It indicated that arrest warrants and summonses had been issued; Based on the provisions of Articles (331, 329 and 340) of the Penal Code.

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Integrity: 65 arrest and recruitment orders against those with higher ranks, including a current deputy, deputy minister and governor
  
{Local: Al Furat News} The Federal Integrity Commission revealed the totality of arrest and recruitment orders issued against senior officials and high-ranking officials during the month of January.

The investigations department of the commission indicated that the judicial authorities issued (65) arrest warrants against the background of cases investigated by the commission’s investigation directorates and offices in Baghdad and the provinces and referred them to the judiciary, explaining that among those orders were issued against high-ranking officials for the period from ( 1-31/1/ 2022), (9) arrest warrants and (56) summoning orders.

The department added that the orders included a current parliament member, (5) former representatives, two former ministers, a current and one former deputy minister, as well as a current governor, (4) former governors and one former governor. The orders also included (20) general managers, Among them, (11) current general manager, (8) former, and one former.

She explained that the arrest and recruitment orders issued against members of the provincial councils during the same period amounted to (23) orders, including (22) orders against former members and one against a former member of the provincial council.

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The Integrity Commission announced the issuance of 65 arrest warrants and summonses against senior officials during the month of January, on the background of various cases referred to the judiciary.

According to the commission, the orders included a current parliament member, five former deputies, two former ministers, a current and one former deputy minister, as well as a current governor and four former governors. The orders also included 20 general managers, most of whom are current and former and current members of the provincial councils.

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Including a parliamentarian and a current governor.. 65 arrest and recruitment orders against those with higher degrees

On Thursday, the Federal Integrity Commission revealed the totality of arrest and recruitment orders issued against high-ranking officials and people during the month of January.

The investigations department of the commission stated in a statement that the judicial authorities issued (65) arrest warrants against the background of cases investigated by the commission’s investigation directorates and offices in Baghdad and the provinces and referred them to the judiciary, explaining that among those orders were issued against high-ranking officials for the period from (1-31/1/ 2022), (9) arrest warrants and (56) recruitment orders.

The department added; The orders included a current member of the House of Representatives, (5) former representatives, two former ministers, one current and one former deputy minister, as well as a current governor, (4) former governors and one former governor, and the orders included (20) general managers, including (11) current general manager, (8) former, and one former.

She explained that the arrest and recruitment orders issued against members of the provincial councils during the same period amounted to (23) orders, including (22) orders against former members and one against a former member of the provincial council.

The Commission of Integrity used to publish arrest warrants against Iraqi government officials without revealing their names, even after they were convicted by court rulings.

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Integrity announces the issuance of an arrest warrant against the former General Manager of Rafidain Bank
  
{Local: Al Furat News} The Federal Integrity Commission announced, on Thursday, the issuance of an arrest warrant and investigation against the former general manager of Al-Rafidain Bank for “harming the funds and interests” of the entity in which he works.

And the Commission's investigation department stated, in a statement received by {Euphrates News}, that "the Rusafa Investigation Court, which is specialized in integrity issues, issued an arrest and investigation order against the accused (the former general manager of Rafidain Bank), in the case of violations committed in the contract between Rafidain Bank and a car dealership." in installments.”

The department indicated that "the arrest and investigation order issued by the Rusafa Investigation Court, which is specialized in integrity issues, came in accordance with the provisions of Article (340) of the Penal Code."

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Integrity: Judgment against officials in Nineveh for wasting nearly 8 billion dinars
  
{Political: Al Furat News} The Federal Integrity Commission revealed that two seven-year prison sentences were issued in absentia against officials in Nineveh Governorate; for harming public money.

The commission’s investigation department indicated, according to a statement, which {Euphrates News} received a copy of, that “the Nineveh Criminal Court – the first commission issued its decision to convict the former governor of Nineveh, for having spent sums of money on the camps of the National Mobilization (Zlikan, Dobrdan, Makhmour, Rabia) in violation of the regulations. And the instructions, in addition to his exceeding the financial powers to spend outside the budget items, and his violation of Article (2- expenditures-1-first) of the instructions for implementing the federal general budget for the year 2015, in addition to the existence of an exaggeration in prices, which led to a waste of public money amounting to (2,764,354,270) billion Dinar".

The department added that "the Central Anti-Corruption Criminal Court decided to convict the director of the Projects Department in Nineveh Governorate, in the matter of not settling the amount of the advance for the establishment of the infrastructure for the camps for the displaced in the province, pointing out that the amount of the advance received from the Ministry of Migration and Displacement amounted to (5,000,000,000) billion dinars. ".

And she explained that "the court, after reviewing the evidence obtained in the two cases, represented by the statements of the legal representatives of Nineveh Governorate, and the report submitted by the External Audit Department of the Integrity Commission, in addition to the books issued by the General Secretariat of the Parliament, Nineveh Governorate and the Popular Mobilization leadership in it, found it convincing and sufficient to convict."

And it indicated that "the two courts decided to sentence the convicts in absentia to imprisonment for seven years each in accordance with the provisions of Article (340) of the Penal Code, while retaining the Nineveh Governorate the right to demand compensation before the civil courts."

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Al-Nujaifi's first comment on the 7-year prison sentence against him in absentia.. What is the story of the 'crowd camps'?
 

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The former governor of Nineveh, Atheel Al-Nujaifi, commented, on Saturday, regarding the ruling issued against him by the Integrity Commission, which convicted him in the case of spending money on the camps of the National Mobilization (Zlikan, Dobrdan, Makhmour, Rabia).  

 

  

  

Al-Nujaifi told "Nass" (April 9, 2022), that "supporting crowd camps was a duty and an inevitable decision, taken by the governor in the service of his citizens, and if they wanted to consider it unworthy of attention or transgressing the powers, I consider that the powers at those times are the priority to expel ISIS and support All efforts that sought to mobilize citizens against the organization."  

  

He added that "Baghdad did not show any interest in Mosul during 2014 and 2015 and neglected the city for several years, and we had to do this."  

  

Al-Nujaifi stressed that "the legal treatments are continuing and will come at the appropriate time," while expressing "regret that the court looked at the matter in a different way."  

  

He added, "When ISIS is in control of Mosul, what does it mean that the cleaning money goes to the municipality that the organization rules at that time, and the camps and citizens who want to fight terrorism remain without support?"  

  

The former governor emphasized, "I did what had to be done."  

  

And the Federal Integrity Commission revealed, earlier today, that two seven-year prison sentences had been issued against officials in Nineveh Governorate. For causing damage to public money, including the former governor of Nineveh.  

  

The Commission’s Investigation Department indicated, according to a statement, “Nass” received a copy of it, (April 9, 2022), that “the Nineveh Criminal Court – the first commission issued its decision to convict the former governor of Nineveh, for spending sums of money on the camps of the National Mobilization (Zlikan, Dobrdan). , drunk, Rabia) in contravention of the controls and instructions, in addition to his exceeding the financial powers to spend outside the budget items, and his violation of Article (2- expenditures -1- first) of the instructions for implementing the federal general budget for the year 2015, in addition to the existence of an exaggeration in prices, which led to wastage With public money, it amounted to (2,764,354,270) two billion dinars.  

  

She added that "the Central Anti-Corruption Criminal Court decided to convict the director of the Projects Department in Nineveh Governorate, in the matter of not settling the amount of the advance for the establishment of the infrastructure for the camps for the displaced in the province," noting that "the amount of the advance received from the Ministry of Migration and Displaced Persons amounted to (5,000,000,000) billions. Dinar".  

  

She explained that "the court, after reviewing the evidence obtained in the two cases, represented by the statements of the legal representatives of Nineveh Governorate, and the report submitted by the External Audit Department of the Integrity Commission, in addition to the books issued by the General Secretariat of the Parliament, Nineveh Governorate and the Popular Mobilization leadership in it, found it sufficient and convincing to convict."  

  

And it indicated that "the two courts decided to sentence the convicts in absentia to imprisonment for seven years each in accordance with the provisions of Article (340) of the Penal Code, while retaining the Nineveh Governorate the right to demand compensation before the civil courts."  

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The verdict in the presence of the former Minister of Electricity for committing violations in a contract worth 800 million dollars
  
{Political: Al Furat News} The Federal Integrity Commission announced the issuance of a judgment in attendance convicting the former Minister of Electricity and three officials in the ministry; for intentionally committing a violation of their job duties.

The investigations department of the authority, while talking about the case that the authority investigated and referred it to the judiciary, indicated, according to a statement that {Euphrates News} received a copy of it, that “the convicts (the former Minister of Electricity, officials in the ministry and the General Electricity Production Company - Central Region), During their work in the ministry, they committed violations of the contract between the General Electricity Production Company - Central Region and an Arab company to rehabilitate, operate and maintain the thermal cycle station, with the aim of benefiting people at the expense of the state.

She added, "The contract, which is worth (808,345,462) dollars, is still valid until now, but it is suspended pending financial reinforcement from the Ministry of Finance, noting that the company awarded the contract does not have similar business in the ministry, pointing out that "the investigative team" The author of the Integrity Commission confirmed that the contracted company is a commercial company and is not specialized in the maintenance and rehabilitation of stations, in addition to inaccurate paragraphs contained in the letter that the minister addressed to the Ministerial Committee for Energy Affairs, in addition to raising the delay fines on the company in the event that the energy produced falls below 80% ".

The Karkh Misdemeanors Court specialized in integrity cases, after reviewing the evidence obtained in this case represented by the report of the Integrity Commission and the defendants’ implicit admission of breaches in the contract and the observations of the Office of the Inspector General, it found them to be sufficient and convincing to convict the accused.

And the circuit indicated that "the court in the presence of the four convicts sentenced the four convicts to simple imprisonment with a stay of execution, and imposed a fine on them, and in the event of failure to pay, they were imprisoned for a period of six months for each of them, pointing out that the conviction decision was issued in accordance with the provisions of Article (331) of the Penal Code. In light of the subscription articles (47, 48 and 49) of the law.”

A well-informed source revealed to Al-Furat News that "the minister condemned in the Integrity Commission's announcement is Louay Al-Khatib."

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A statement from the former Minister of Electricity regarding the ruling issued against him today
 

Baghdad - people  

On Thursday, the former Minister of Electricity, Louay Al-Khatib, commented on the ruling against him, noting that "the decision is preliminary and subject to appeal" and is not related to corruption.  

 

  

Al-Khatib said, in a statement received by “People” a copy of it (April 21, 2022), that “the Court of Integrity Misdemeanors in Karkh issued a ruling in accordance with Article 331 of the Penal Code, a sentence against me for a period of one year with a suspended sentence, knowing that this article is not considered among the Corruption charges because it talks about the employee’s negligence. The negligence is outside the general framework of corruption, and that this decision is preliminary and subject to appeal, and after appeal, the decision is final.”  

  

He added, "There is no tacit admission of any violations, and the Inspector General signed at the time all the procedures supporting the decisions of the Ministry. As for the Ministry of Electricity, the Ministry of Electricity did not request a complaint against us, and the administrative investigation absolved our responsibility of any negligence and there is no waste of public money, because the contract is suspended and has not been started." And the issue concerns an open bidding round for qualified companies during the period of Mr. Al-Abadi’s government (i.e., before we consulted) and in which the approvals of the Ministerial Energy Council and the Council of Ministers, and the ruling did not acquire the final degree, and we have before us the stage of discerning the ruling to decide the case.  

  

  

Earlier, the Integrity Commission announced the issuance of a judgment in attendance against the former Minister of Electricity and a number of other ministry officials.     

  

And the authority stated in a statement that “Nass” received a copy of it (April 21, 2022), that “the investigation department of the authority, while talking about the case that the authority investigated and referred it to the judiciary, indicated that the convicts (the former Minister of Electricity, officials in the ministry and the public company) During their work in the Ministry, they committed violations in the contract between the General Company for Electricity Production - Central Region and an Arab company to rehabilitate, operate and maintain the Dora Thermal Station, with the aim of benefiting people at the expense of the state.     

  

She added that "the contract, which is worth (808,345,462) dollars, is still valid until now, but it is suspended pending financial reinforcement from the Ministry of Finance, noting that the company to which the contract is assigned does not have similar works in the ministry," noting that "the investigative team composed of In the Integrity Commission, he confirmed that the contracted company is a commercial company and is not specialized in the maintenance and rehabilitation of stations, as well as inaccurate paragraphs included in the letter that the Minister addressed to the Ministerial Committee for Energy Affairs, in addition to raising the delay fines on the company in the event the energy produced drops below 80%. .    

  

She pointed out that "the Karkh Misdemeanour Court, which is specialized in integrity issues, after reviewing the evidence obtained in this case represented by the report of the Integrity Commission and the defendants' tacit admission of violations in the contract and the observations of the Office of the Inspector General, it found it sufficient and convincing to convict the accused."     

  

The circuit also indicated that "the court, in the presence of the four convicts, sentenced the four convicts to simple imprisonment with a stay of execution, and imposed a fine on them. Penalties in terms of Articles of Participation (47, 48 and 49) of the law.   

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Integrity: Prison sentences and imprisonment for three bank managers in Diyala
  
{Local: Al Furat News} The Federal Integrity Commission announced the issuance of (8) prison sentences and severe imprisonment against (3) managers of government banks in Diyala Governorate, indicating that the sentences were issued against the convicts; For committing crimes of public money damage and embezzlement.

The Integrity Investigations Department indicated that the Diyala Criminal Court - the First Authority, issued a seven-year prison sentence in absentia against the convict, the former director of Al-Rafidain Bank - Jalawla branch, for disbursing a housing loan in violation of the regulations and instructions, and without placing a seizure on the plot of land belonging to the borrower or making a procedure detecting the presence of a building; Which caused damage to public money.

The department added that the court issued (6) severe imprisonment sentences in his presence for a period of (9) years against the former director of the Agricultural Bank in Hibhab; For deliberately causing harm to the interests of the entity in which he works, pointing out that the convict embezzled amounts of advances and loans that were paid from borrowers and borrowers for his personal interest, and did not indicate them in the bank accounts, as well as disbursing a loan in violation of the law.

She explained that the first panel in the Diyala Criminal Court issued a verdict in the presence of severe imprisonment against the former director of the Agricultural Bank in Muqdadiya and the bank's credit officer, for the crime of disbursing a loan to a person without his knowledge, which led to damage to public money.

And it indicated that the court, after reviewing the evidence obtained in these cases, which was represented by the statements of witnesses and legal representatives of the Rafidain and Agricultural Banks and the confessions of the accused, found it sufficient and convincing to convict them, and issued its decisions in accordance with the provisions of Article (340) of the Penal Code and in accordance with Articles 47, (316) and 49. Referring to Article (132/3) of the law, in addition to obligating the convict (the former director of the Agricultural Bank in Hibhab) to pay the embezzled amount to the affected department.

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Today, Thursday, the Integrity Commission revealed major embezzlement operations of two billion dinars in the Kufa Execution Directorate and the arrest of four employees in it.

 

And the authority said in a statement that "the investigation department of the authority, while talking about the seizure that was carried out based on a judicial seizure memorandum, reported the formation of a working team from the commission's investigation office in Najaf as soon as it received information that the Kufa Execution Directorate refused to pay the financial dues related to the special executive files." It", indicating that "the team, after conducting investigations, investigations and audits, moved to the Directorate and was able to seize (90) checks, (994) check books, and (730) original transactions and all records related to them . "

 

She explained that "the initial investigations conducted by the team team concluded that there was insufficient monitoring in the account of the Kufa Execution Directorate at the Rafidain Bank - Muslim bin Aqeel branch, as a result of the large embezzlement operations of these amounts for several years, pointing out that the embezzlement operations took place in several ways, including: Forgery of spent sukuk amounts, and the existence of a difference between the sukuk amounts and their qarmiyat (the stubs of the sukuk), and through sukuk spent on executive files that do not exist in the first place (fake ).

 

 She added, "The team also diagnosed the existence of executive files for which the secretariats were disbursed in cash, after which an instrument was prepared on the same secretariat, meaning the secretariat was spent twice on the same subject, as it was found that the record for auditing the disbursed secretariats was not kept, and the record of the secretariats deposited from the The bank, while the report of the External Audit Division in the office, after checking the record of receipts and expenditures and comparing it with the bank’s statement (deposits and withdrawals) for the years (2018-2020), revealed that the embezzled amounts amounted to (1,968,722,917) billion dinars, while audits are still ongoing for the years ( 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2021), as the amounts misappropriated had not been calculated until the time of preparing the report .

 

And she noted that "a fundamentalist report was organized with all the seizures, and presented to the competent investigative judge, who issued an arrest warrant and investigation against four employees of the Execution Directorate and prevented them from traveling. Article (315) of the Penal Code .

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Integrity: Three severe prison sentences issued against the former governor of Babylon
 

Baghdad - people  

The Federal Integrity Commission announced, on Saturday, the issuance of three court rulings of severe imprisonment against the former governor of Babylon, noting that the total terms of the sentences amounted to 6 years.  

  

  

  

And the authority said in a statement that “Nass” received a copy of it (April 30, 2022), that “the investigation department of the authority, while talking about the decisions of judgments issued by the Hilla Misdemeanor Court, which is specialized in hearing integrity cases, indicated that the former governor of Babel approved the first case. On the allocation of residential plots for citizens, which later turned out to be designated as parking yards and open spaces, according to the basic design of the city.  

  

And the circuit added, "The convict, in a second case, agreed to the accused (his case was dispersed) to exploit a plot of land belonging to the Ministry of Finance, and to use it as a parking space for cars, in violation of the law. Without the existence of an economic feasibility, and the incompatibility of the Musataha allowance with the prevailing prices.  

  

She explained that "the court, after examining the evidence obtained in these cases, found it sufficient and convincing to convict, as well as the presumption of the convict's escape, and issued three sentences in absentia of severe imprisonment for two years each, with an arrest and investigation order issued against him, pointing out that the convictions were issued; According to the provisions of Article (331) of the Penal Code.  

  

She pointed out that "the commission announced in late March that two severe prison sentences had been issued against the former governor of Babylon."  

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Kirkuk..The director of the Agricultural Bank branch in Hawija was arrested on charges of embezzling $100 million
 

Baghdad - people  

On Thursday, the Federal Integrity Commission announced the arrest of officials in the Hawija Agricultural Cooperative Bank branch on charges of embezzlement.  

  

  

  

A statement issued by the Commission's Investigation Department, a copy of which was received by "Nas", said (May 12, 2022), that "while talking about the details of the operation that took place according to a judicial memorandum, it was reported that the Commission's investigation office in Kirkuk had received information that officials in the Agricultural Cooperative Bank had committed Hawija branch involved major embezzlement operations, as a result of which the office formed a team to investigate the authenticity of the information and conduct a fundamental audit and investigation.  

  

The department continued, explaining that "the team, who moved to the bank's branch, was able, after conducting a fundamental audit and investigation, to uncover the embezzlement of an amount of (100,000,000) million dinars from the bank's fund."  

  

She added, "The operation resulted in the arrest of the branch manager of the Agricultural Cooperative Bank in Hawija, and his assistant, as well as the arrest of the treasurer, noting that a fundamental seizure report was organized in the operation, and presented with the accused and the seized documents to the investigating judge, who decided to arrest them, based on the provisions of Article ( 316) of the Penal Code.  

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Shafaq News / An informed source in Dhi Qar Governorate reported, on Saturday, that a judicial order had been issued to arrest the director of the office of the Palm Company, which issues (MasterCard) cards, in southern Iraq.

 

The source told Shafaq News Agency, "The investigative judge of the Integrity Court in the governorate issued an arrest warrant for the director of the Al-Nakhil Company office for the southern region, which is specialized in issuing and renewing (MasterCard) cards for retirees and social welfare, on charges of embezzling funds amounting to more than half a billion Iraqi dinars, resulting from collection." Funds without legal support from retirees and social protection.

 

The source added, "The arrest warrant was issued in accordance with the provisions of Article 316 of the amended Iraqi Penal Code No. 111 of 1969."

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Integrity: An order was issued to bring in general managers to Rafidain Bank
 

  

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The Federal Integrity Commission announced the issuance of an order to bring in two former general managers of Al-Rafidain Bank, indicating that the accused deliberately caused damage to the funds and interests of the entity in which they work.  

 

  

The Commission's Investigation Department, while talking about the details of the order issued by the Rusafa Investigation Court specialized in integrity issues, reported that the recruitment order was issued against former general managers of Al-Rafidain Bank; For neglecting them and not detecting the embezzlement of an amount of (48,000,000,000) billion dinars from the bank’s branch in Khalidiyah.  

The department added that the order was issued; Based on the provisions of Article (340) of the amended Penal Code No. (111 of 1969).  

The authority had announced the issuance of an arrest and investigation warrant against the former General Manager of Rafidain Bank; For causing harm to the funds and interests of the entity in which he works.  

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Integrity reveals the issuance of an order to recruit general managers for Rafidain Bank
  
{Local: Al Furat News} The Federal Integrity Commission announced the issuance of an order to bring in two former general managers of Rafidain Bank, indicating that the accused deliberately caused damage to the funds and interests of the entity in which they work.

The Integrity Investigations Department, while talking about the details of the order issued by the Rusafa Investigation Court specialized in integrity issues, stated that the recruitment order was issued against two former general managers of Al-Rafidain Bank; For neglecting them and not detecting the embezzlement of an amount of 48 billion dinars from the bank’s branch in Khalidiyah.”

The department added that "the order was issued based on the provisions of Article (340) of the amended Penal Code No. (111 of 1969)."

The Integrity Commission had announced the issuance of an arrest warrant and investigation against the former General Manager of Rafidain Bank; For causing harm to the funds and interests of the entity in which he works.

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Shafaq News/ The Kirkuk Court of Appeals issued a prison sentence on Tuesday, the President of the Provincial Council, Rebwar Talabani, as part of a series of sentences issued after he left the province, following the independence referendum of Kurdistan Region on September 25, 2017.

 

And in the decision obtained by Shafaq News Agency, the court sentenced the fugitive convict (Rebwar Faiq Abdul Majeed Saber Talabani) to a temporary prison term of six years, and issued an arrest warrant against him in accordance with the above-mentioned article and notified him of the sentence issued against him, announcing that he surrendered to this court or to the nearest center Police, object to the judgment in absentia issued against him, notify the competent authorities to prevent his travel outside the territory of the Republic of Iraq and support the seizure of his movable and immovable property, except for what may not be legally seized.

 

 

The same court had previously issued an arrest warrant against Talabani, according to a complaint filed against him at the Integrity Commission in Kirkuk, in accordance with Article 331 of the Iraqi Penal Code, which provides for imprisonment, a fine, or one of these two penalties for every employee or person assigned to a public service who refrained from performing his work with the intention of harming the interests of individuals or The state.

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Comment from Rebwar Talabani after a court decision to imprison him for 6 years
 

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The former head of the Kirkuk Provincial Council, Rebwar Talabani, responded to the judicial decision issued against him, saying that it "came under political influence and surprised the judges of Kirkuk."  

  

  

Talabani added, in an interview with the Kurdistan Democratic Media (May 31, 2022), that "what was issued against me is a political, not a judicial, decision, and I thank the judges in Kirkuk province about their surprise and concern about the ruling against me."  

  

Talabani, who is currently an advisor to the Prime Minister of the Territory, Masrour Barzani, added that "the public prosecution is silent on many security and economic issues in Kirkuk, in addition to 42 thousand cases of agricultural property, and it is better to address these issues."  

 

  

The Kirkuk Criminal Court sentenced Rebwar Talabani, the former head of the Kirkuk Provincial Council and advisor to the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region for the areas covered by Article 140, to six years in prison.  

The court's decision came in absentia, as Talabani was prevented from traveling.    

The decision of the Kirkuk court comes in accordance with Article 340 of the Iraqi Penal Code, which deals with "damaging government institutions."    

  

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15 years imprisonment for four former Kirkuk council members and confiscation of their property
  
(Local: Al Furat News) The Kirkuk Criminal Court issued a 15-year prison sentence for four former members of the provincial council.
 

The court also decided to ban travel and confiscate the property of the convicts, who are (Irfan Kirkuli, Riyad Danuk, Parween Muhammad, and Edward Oraham).
On May 31, the Kirkuk Criminal Court issued a ruling on the dissolved Kirkuk Provincial Council Chairman Rebwar Talabani for a six-year period with a travel ban. and confiscation of property.

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Shafaq News/ An informed source said on Saturday that the judiciary summoned the former head of the Financial Supervision Bureau on charges of harming public money.

The source told Shafak News Agency; "The Second Karkh Investigation Court, which is competent to look into integrity issues, has issued a summons order against Abdul Basit Turki, the former head of the Federal Financial Supervision Bureau (head of the Economic Committee in the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers)," pointing out that the order was issued against the background of harming public money in committed violations. Referral of a project in the province of Babylon.

He pointed out that the "recruitment order was issued based on the provisions of Article (340) of the Iraqi Penal Code, due to the violations committed in referring the Al-Tahmaziah Bridge project in the center of Babil Governorate to the United Banks of Rafidain and Green Company), which caused damage to public money."

Turki held the position of Chairman of the Federal Financial Supervision Bureau on October 14, 2004, then renewed his position on October 14, 2009, and continued in the position until October 14, 2014, to be succeeded by Farouk Abdel Halim Tawfiq Ahmed Al-Obaidi.

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Integrity: Seven years imprisonment for a former Ministry of Health Inspector General.. Received a grant of 200 million
 

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The Integrity Commission announced, on Monday, the issuance of a judgment in absentia against the former Inspector General of the Ministry of Health; for causing damage to public money.  

 

  

And the Commission's Investigation Department stated in a statement, "Nass" received a copy of it, (6 June 2022), that "the Rusafa Criminal Court, which is specialized in integrity issues, issued a ruling in absentia against the former Inspector General of the Ministry of Health, serving a seven-year prison sentence, for causing damage to public money, explaining that the ruling issued The accused came as a result of receiving financial grants from the Popular Medical Clinics Department, amounting to (200,000,000) million dinars, and disbursing them in contravention of the controls granted to him.”   

  

She added that "the court, after reviewing the evidence and evidence obtained in this case, reached full conviction of the defendant's negligence, and decided to sentence him to imprisonment for (seven years), based on the provisions of Article (340) of the Penal Code."  

  

Article (340) of the Penal Code stipulates that “Any public official or agent who intentionally causes damage to the funds or interests of the entity in which he works or is connected by virtue of his position or the funds of the persons entrusted to him shall be punished with imprisonment for a period not exceeding seven years.”  

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In the document.. Issuance of an arrest warrant against the former governor of Salah al-Din
  
{Political: Al Furat News} Today, Thursday, the Supreme Judicial Council issued an arrest warrant against the former governor of Salah al-Din Ammar Jabr.

According to the document, the arrest came due to "a request for sums of money in exchange for violating the duties of the job in accordance with the amended Article 160 of 1983."

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Integrity announces prison sentences for officials in the Red Crescent
  
{Local: Al Furat News} The Federal Integrity Commission revealed the issuance of prison sentences in absentia against former officials of the Red Crescent Society, noting that “the convicts deliberately caused damage to state funds and seized them.”

The investigation department of the authority pointed out that the Anbar Criminal Court - the first authority, issued a prison sentence in absentia to seven years for the former Secretary-General of the Red Crescent Society, his deputy, and the official of offices and follow-up to the center and south of the society, for the issue of their receiving food relief materials and their entry into the warehouses without forming specialized committees. to be examined, evaluated and recorded in records; for the purpose of controlling it.
The circuit added that the court issued another judgment in absentia, imprisoning the former Deputy Secretary-General of the Red Crescent Society for ten years. For he, along with a number of defendants employed in the association and whose cases are dispersed, purchased Internet systems with a capacity of (20) lines for the association's offices and branches in Baghdad at prices more than those traded in the market.

She explained that the accused also purchased (15) systems, of which only two were installed, while the other systems were not activated, pointing out that the price of one system amounted to (32,000) thousand dollars per year, pointing out that the supplier (who works as an employee in the the Association) a deed from the association in the amount of (232,750,000) Iraqi dinars; Although he did not activate the systems.
The circuit stated that the court, after reviewing the evidence obtained in the two cases, represented by the statements of the association’s legal representative, the Office of Financial Supervision Bureau and the statements of witnesses, found it sufficient and convincing to convict, noting that convictions were issued in accordance with the provisions of Articles (340 and 316) of the Penal Code.

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Integrity clarifies the details of the sentences issued against a number of officials
  
{Local: Al Furat News} The Investigation Department of the Federal Integrity Commission clarified the details of the convictions issued against a number of officials, indicating that the sentences included a governor and general manager, in addition to directors in a number of departments.

The circuit indicated that the Babylon Criminal Court - the third body, issued a prison sentence in absentia to the former governor of Babylon; for blackmailing and compromising complainants; For the purpose of disbursing their financial dues resulting from the implementation of a project to equip and install two “resonators and a spiral scanner” in Marjan Hospital in 2018. 

She added that the court issued a seven-year prison sentence for the convict in accordance with the provisions of Resolution (160 of 1983), with an arrest and investigation order issued against him.

The circuit confirmed that the Rusafa Criminal Court had issued a ruling in absentia to impose a seven-year prison sentence on the former Director General of the Iraqi Trade Bank, on the issue of exaggerating the purchase price of a real estate in Basra Governorate.

In another context, the Central Anti-Corruption Criminal Court issued a verdict in the presence of the Director of the Legal Department of the Civil Aviation Authority; On the charge of receiving a sum of money from a director of a company; In return for performing one of his duties, and facilitating the contract procedures for the complainant, pointing out that the court decided to imprison the convict for seven years; According to Resolution (160 of 1983), with the imposition of a fine of ten million dinars against him. 

It reported the issuance of a verdict in attendance to imprison the director of the yellow maize plant located in the Al-Alam district of Salah al-Din governorate; For seizing (57,687,000) million dinars, for the value of (187.5) tons of yellow maize, noting that the Salah al-Din Criminal Court - the Second Commission issued its decision to imprison the factory director in his presence for a period of six years in accordance with the provisions of Article (318) of the Penal Code in reference to Provisions of subscription articles (47, 48 and 49) of it.

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