Q&A: Ahmad Anwar, head of the Kurdistan Integrity Commission
Kurdistan's financial crisis has provided an impetus for government reform, including overlapping efforts to fight low-level corruption.
Kurdistan Integrity Commission President Ahmad Anwar at his office in Sulaimaniya. (MOHAMMED HUSSEIN/Iraq Oil Report)
SULAIMANIYA - Spurred by a dire financial crisis, which has highlighted the need for major reforms, the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) is taking several high-profile steps to fight low-level corruption.
Dr. Ahmad Anwar heads the Kurdistan Integrity Commission, one of three major institutions tasked with investigating and prosecuting government officials who abuse their power.
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