ABOUT ICCCCI

ICCCCI

INDEPENDENT COORDINATION COMMITTEE FOR COMBATING CORRUPTION IN IRAQ


ICCCCI SYNOPIS


The Independent Coordinating Committee for Combating Corruption in Iraq (ICCCCI) is an independent international entity of the multilateral coalition (Consortium) of not-for-profit organizations. It is created to combat and reduce the incidence of major crime and to continuously improve the integrity of power in Iraq and to reduce the incidence of misconduct in the public and private sectors. As a Substitute organization and possible alternative with a significant impact instead to the most corrupted organizations in Iraq. For instance, the Crime Justice and Investigation Unit is one of active Unit which functions under the ICCCCI has been primarily established as a consequence of the corruption findings of long-term, systemic political corruption, police corruption and abuse of power in Iraq. The ICCCCI also has a witness protection function.


The committee was established on 1 January 2014, when the first established Criminal Justice Unit and the Crime Investigation Unit were merged into a single entity under the name Crime Justice and Investigation Unit. As the functions of the Commission is seeking to determine the environment of rampant corruption in Iraq, types, and detection of serious effects on the civil, political, economic and cultural rights of the Iraqi people, and the prosecution of corruption capital prosecuted wherever they are through international courts. The Commission has begun work tasks within the framework of the United Nations Convention against Corruption in 2005, and according to the basic essence of the Convention: preventive standards, criminalization and law enforcement, and asset recovery and international cooperation.


The Independent Coordinating Committee for Combating Corruption in Iraq (ICCCCI), a duly registered International non-profit, non-sectarian, peacekeeping and social development civil organization. In addition, most of the member of the Board of Directory is already a member in International Law Enforcement, counter corruption and counterterrorism organizations like International Association of Prosecutors, Forum for International Criminal Justice (FICJ) and Global Prosecutor E-Crime Network.


The (ICCCCI) is already registered no. (219.691) in EU under Law of NGOs. However, our member teams have been working independently in Iraq  to accomplishing a number of initiatives in their duties. These initiatives aim to deter policy corruption by preventing corrupt and organized crimes practices at every stage of the policy-making process through establishment of preventive measures and mechanisms, and promotion of good governance of the entire policy process starting from policy formation, policy formulation, policy decision, policy implementation, policy evaluation to policy-cycle feedback, as soon as after being we have eradicated the corrupt elites in Iraq; To mobilize Iraqi public opinion against corruption and encourage transparency and accountability in government. If I can be of assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me. If you require any further information, feel free to contact us:

Email:  info@icccci.eu

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As the functions of the Commission is seeking to determine the environment of rampant corruption, Terrorism and organized crimes in Iraq, types, and detection of serious effects on the civil, political, economic and cultural rights of the Iraqi people, and the prosecution of corruption capital prosecuted wherever they are through international courts. The Commission has begun work tasks within the framework of the United Nations Convention against Corruption in 2005, and according to the basic essence of the Convention: preventive standards, criminalization and law enforcement, and asset recovery and international cooperation trans-oceans counterterrorism and within the United Nations Convention against Corruption in 2005.


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