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The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption holds its 14th session chaired by His Excellency Prime Minister Adil Abd Al-Mahdi

 



 


 

 

 

July– 3- 2019


The Supreme Council for Combating Corruption held its 14th session chaired by His Excellency Prime Minister Adil Abd Al-Mahdi with the attendance of the members of the Council.

The Council reviewed a number of issues on the agenda, it discussed the countering measures for The Oil smuggling file, while it directed the minister of interior to provide a time table concerning countering drugs.

The Council listened to the Integrity Commission's report concerning those who included in Money monitoring disclosure, it exposed a big number that reached 260 individual from the Iraqi government officials who did not submit their data.

The Council also reviewed the Integrity Commission's report concerning monitoring real state directorate, the manipulating cases in the citizens and the state properties, what citizens subject to extortion and it took several decisions in this regard.


The Council also reviewed the Supreme Judiciary Council's report concerning integrity cases in all tribunal locations in Iraq.

It referred to the importance of completing the partnership with the international and local organization specialized in combating corruption to enhance Iraq level and its international classification.

The Council discussed the new method in printing school books in the ministry of education and its role in stopping the large waste of money and giving an opportunity to the private sector to involving it.

The Council directed to conclude its consultations on the five-year Combating corruption strategy in order to adopt it.

Media Office of the Prime Minister
July – 3 – 2019