During a meeting of the Parliamentary Investment Committee on Tuesday, member Hussein Al-Saabari emphasized the importance of thoroughly examining the financial disclosure forms of officials in state institutions. This, according to Al-Saabari, will help to root out instances of large-scale corruption. Additionally, he called for the application of the “Where did you get this” law against those in higher positions.
During an exclusive interview with [publication name], Al-Sabari emphasized the crucial role played by the Integrity Commission in eliminating corruption and bribery within state institutions. He stressed the importance of focusing on the financial disclosure form to track the funds of politicians and officials, and not turning a blind eye to it. According to him, this form serves as the gateway to corruption, and hence, it is essential to take it seriously to curb corruption effectively.
According to him, the Integrity Commission should maintain a balance in terms of the competence of the investigator and their job grade. He also believes that high-ranking officials should not be interviewed by seventh or sixth-level integrity employees when the recruitment order is issued.
A member of the Investment Committee emphasized the importance of enforcing the law to prevent fund drain and eliminate corruption.