Iraq has recently participated in an Arab workshop on combating financial and administrative corruption in governmental and private institutions, according to a report from Aswat al-Iraq.
The Jordanian al-Arab daily said that Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Oman and Jordan are participating in the workshop in Amman, Jordan, that tackles combating corruption with new technologies and the role of governmental institutions in such moves.
The 4-day workshop is organized by Ro'yah International for Human Resources Development in cooperation with anti-corruption Authority.
Corruption is one of the main obstacles that are facing the reconstruction of Iraq, where there are hundreds of cases at the Integrity Commission waiting to be investigated.
(Source: Aswat al-Iraq)