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Iraq resorted to the international community to recover the looted money

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Iraq resorted to the international community to recover the looted money

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Iraq resorted to the international community to recover the looted money across borders


BAGHDAD / JD / .. Iraq called on the international community to shoulder its legal and moral responsibilities to help him recover the stolen money in other countries.
A statement issued by the Integrity Commission received / JD / copy of it: that the President of the Integrity Commission Judge Alaa Jawad said in an interview with the session third of the Arab Forum for the recovery of funds currently held in the British capital of London, that the wealth of the Iraqi people suffered for nearly four decades to drain and thefts systematic , commissioned the general budget of hundreds of billions of dollars and the sons of the country deprived of opportunities for growth and development and the advancement of large and caused the emergence of the phenomena of poverty, unemployment and corruption.
He said Jawad head of the delegation of Iraq during meetings attended by representatives of civil society organizations and governments of the Arab countries and the Middle East, North Africa and the Group of Eight to steal money and smuggled out of the country has become an international crime, cross-border and threaten its effects serious negative development plans and programs of national and comprehensive and portend the collapse of the economic system via international money laundering operations and employment in many legitimate practices in the forefront of terrorist crimes.
And invited the Chairman of the integrity of all countries governments and civil society organizations to take the most stringent measures regarding these crimes, especially money laundering operations or make way for thieves fleeing to invest the amounts stolen in economic activities to reap more profits.
He warned of juicy some countries party for such practices under the pretext to take advantage of a part of that return and move the economy and absorb part of unemployment has reflected the effects of catastrophic on the overall performance of the movement of trade and economy, money in the world, which calls for a firm stance towards those countries. Remarkably attention that Iraq is one of the countries that suffer from these practices.
He urged the parties to formulate international protocol to the Convention on the UN anti-corruption required signatory countries to bilateral cooperation and collective enter the looted money or deposited in banks or invested in any trade and economic activities and to assist States looted their money to restore them and deliver them robbers.
He said that this would be a strict procedure which deter spoilers from the exposure of public money.
The work of the third session had begun yesterday to discuss constructive roles can be played by civil society to recover funds looted and help countries stolen money recovered through the search and monitor the movements and reporting and assist in the prosecution.
Speakers and displays the results of tracking their countries for their money stolen and the difficulties faced by some Arab countries to recover their money and the means to benefit from the experiences of other countries in this regard.
Involved the Iraqi delegation, which includes representatives of civil society organizations in dialogues and workshops three organized on the sidelines of the meetings to promote modes of cooperation between civil society organizations in the face of the phenomenon of looting money and trace the stolen money and the formulation of an overall strategy to recover that money and how to manage and invest. / End / 22 /
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