Within its awareness program (united women against corruption) Relations Office with NGOs organizes several events and educational activities                                   Recommendations of the National Campaign (My Job is Trust)                                   Dr. Al-yassiri praises to the role of academic milieus to disseminate integrity culture and inviting of contributing in fight against corruption                                   CoI calls IG offices in Nineveh to soon complete investigation on criminal cases                                   Disrupting attempt to steal eighteen billion dinars in cooperation with MOF`s IG office                                   Calling on everyone to support the national regulatory bodies Al-Yasiri: the citizen is the foundation in the system of fighting corruption                                   Dr. Hassan Al-Yassiri the national supervisory personality with best performance for 2016; a result of electronic referendum and field survey                                   United Women Against Corruption... Office of Relations with NGOs Strives Launching Program of Awareness                               

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Al-Yasiri asserts prevention of waste and recovering more than one and half trillion IDs, last year

Feb 2 , 2017

CoI Commissioner, Dr. Hassan Al-Yasiri revealed, on Tuesday-Jun/31/2017, preventing of waste and recovering more than one and half trillion IDs and returning it to the state treasury over the last year.  

Commissioner revealed, the previously mentioned, during declaration of CoI`s annual report for 2016, he stated that the recovered amounts, judicial decisions were issued to recovery, or CoI  prevention of waste amounted to(2,599,814,370,554) trillion IDs during the last year. Al-Yasiri mentioned that (31) arrest orders were issued included: (17) orders against ministries and whom they same rank, (184) against senior officials and directors general some of them still in the charge. End