Baghdad. Formation of a supreme commission to investigate corruption cases

Baghdad. Formation of a supreme commission to investigate corruption cases
Baghdad. Formation of a supreme commission to investigate corruption cases

Baghdad. Formation of a supreme commission to investigate corruption cases

The United Arab Emirates has strongly condemned the bomb attack on the Kurdistan region in the north of the Republic of Iraq, which resulted in deaths and injuries.

In a statement, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation reiterated that the UAE expresses its solidarity with fraternal Iraq in the measures it is taking to protect its sovereignty and stability, and stressed its commitment to bring security and stability within it .

The ministry also expressed its sincere condolences and sympathy to the government of Iraq, the brotherly Iraqi people, the families and loved ones of the victims, and wished all those injured a speedy recovery.

On the other hand, the Iraqi Integrity Commission announced yesterday in a resolution that it would form a supreme commission to investigate “major” corruption cases

It comes after Iraqi Prime Minister Muhammad al-Sudani confirmed that the priority of his mandate is “fighting corruption”.

And the Government Integrity Commission’s statement said its President, Judge Haidar Hanoun, issued an order to form the “Higher Anti-Corruption Commission to Investigate Large and Important Corruption Cases.”

Hanoun heads the Supreme Commission, which, according to the statement, will include the directors of the investigation and recovery departments, along with a number of their investigators. On the other hand, the Iraqi security media cell reported that two ISIS members were killed after clashes with Iraqi forces in one of the areas of Kirkuk governorate.

The media cell said in a press statement yesterday that two ISIS members were killed after clashes between the security forces and elements of the organization in the Wadi Al-Shay area of ​​Kirkuk governorate.

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