The President of Integrity informs Shafaq News that he is following up corruption files that are presented in the media: some of them are misinterpretations

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The President of Integrity informs Shafaq News that he is following up corruption files that are presented in the media: some of them are misinterpretations

On Tuesday, Haider Hanoun, the leader of the Federal Integrity Commission, announced the creation of a new investigative team that will focus on corruption cases reported in the media. He also mentioned that some reports may simply represent the personal opinions of those speaking and not necessarily indicate actual corruption.

When asked by a reporter from the Shafaq News Agency about accusations of corruption by officials and deputies against political figures through media outlets, Hanoun stated that she opposes corruption in any form, whether it is in the House of Representatives, political parties, or any other organization.

During a press conference held today, Hanoun, along with the head of the Media and Communications Authority, Ali Al-Moayyed, announced the creation of a media investigation team. This team will be tasked with investigating cases of corruption that are discussed on satellite channels, whether directly or indirectly. The team will be mobilized whenever such cases arise.

During a press conference held today, Hanoun, along with the head of the Media and Communications Authority, Ali Al-Moayyed, announced the creation of a media investigation team. This team will be tasked with investigating cases of corruption that are discussed on satellite channels, whether directly or indirectly. The team will be mobilized whenever such cases arise.

According to Haider Hanoun, members of the Iraqi parliament have been reporting numerous cases of corruption or suspected corruption, which are currently under investigation. The Integrity Commission is closely monitoring and following up on these reports, including those presented by the media.

The head of the Integrity Commission has clarified that not all that is reported in the media is considered corruption. Sometimes, there may be suspicion or allegations made by individuals that do not necessarily constitute corruption as it is commonly portrayed in the media. It is important to note that certain perspectives presented by media professionals may be valid, but when the facts and priorities are examined, it may not amount to corruption or fall under the Commission’s jurisdiction. At times, it could be a minor administrative violation.

There was a suggestion made that Iraqi oil could be transported through Sulaymaniyah, along with the region’s share, to Iranian refineries using pipelines or tanks. This emphasizes the importance of the government taking action to streamline the process of oil transportation and exchange.

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