30 Years Jail for Bank Fraud in Amara

By John Lee.

Iraq's Commission of Integrity (COI) has announced that an accountant at the Al-Amara branch of the Agricultural Cooperative Bank has been given a 30-year prison sentence for the embezzlement of 996 million Iraqi dinars ($680,000).

Her assets were also seized, and she will be required to repay the amount.

A former director of the branch had recently been sentenced to 21 years in prison in relation to the same offense.

(Source: Commission of Integrity)

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