The rampant administrative and financial corruption in most government institutions and sectors in Iraq is the biggest challenge that has caused heavy losses, delayed development and deterioration of public services in the country for several years, where corruption appears in a number of angles, including the inflation of government contracts and deals in public projects, especially in projects belonging to the oil sector , in addition to the misappropriation of public funds, which incurs the state high financial costs and a clear reduction in improvement of services and opportunities for economic growth and a threat to the financial and economic stability of the state.

The multiple actors including NIHR that follow up and reject cases of corruption in all its forms, call on government agencies concerned with concluding investment contracts, especially in the oil sector, to choose reliable international companies that meet international standards and are free from negative indicators of human rights, with the aim of achieving the desired results from its implemented works, and contributing to the elimination of corruption.




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