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HEWLÊR-Erbil, Iraq’s Kurdistan region,— Iraqi Kurdistan parliament’s Integrity Committee (Kurdistan Region Anti-Corruption Commission) said on Friday that it will investigate the disappearance of 261 million Iraqi dinars ($220,000) from the College of Basic Education of Akre-University of Duhok, in Duhok governorate.
An ad hoc committee will be formed from members of integrity committee, including Head of the Committee Shirin Amin Abdulaziz, Deputy Head Said Mustafa Tatarkhan, and lawmakers Shino Ashqi Abdullah and Leili Abduljabar Hadu.
The dean of the college, Muslih Duhoki, will also sit on the committee.
A former dean of the college is accused of wasting the money.
The committee will submit a report to Parliament when the investigation is finished.
In 2015 Kurdish lawmakers in Kurdistan Parliament ask the Kurdistan Commission of Integrity committee in an official letter to investigate the disappearance of $16 Million from Salahaddin University’s new campus project budget.
So far no one has been sentenced over corruption in Iraqi Kurdistan.
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