Iraqi Integrity announces the recovery of “billions of dinars” and gold jewelry from government officials

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Iraqi Integrity announces the recovery of “billions of dinars” and gold jewelry from government officials

On Sunday, the Iraqi Integrity Commission reported the recovery of billions of dinars, hundreds of thousands of dollars, and gold jewelry from government officials who had been convicted and jailed for financial wrongdoing.

The head of the Integrity Commission, Judge Haider Hanoun, said during a press conference attended by, “One million and 630 thousand US dollars were recovered as part of the illegal gain from the inflated funds of the convict sentenced to severe imprisonment for four years, Raad Qasim Muhammad Ali,” indicating that “the convict He held the position of director of the economic department in the Ministry of Electricity, and upon investigation, gold jewellery was found, but

Hanoun went on to say that “the second amount is one billion and 843 million dinars recovered from the detainee in Maysan’s office, Alaa Shawhi Abu Ali Al-Saadi, who was the director of the individual accounts department at Maysan Company.”

Hanoun went on to say that “$250,000 in rent for a hospital built in the Al-Dawi area belongs to the convict, Muhammad Hanash Mahmoud, who previously held the position of director of the Trebil port,” and pointed out that he is “currently under severe imprisonment for five years.”

He went on to say that “42 million dinars were recovered from the wife of the accused Osama Jawdat, the former director of taxes, for the tax crime,” and pointed out that “the funds from the real estate that were seized are from embezzlement funds due to inflation and not theft of taxes.”