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Faculty of Arts Held Seminar on Corruption, Human Rights and Judicial Independence

The Faculty of Arts at the University of Kufa has had a seminar entitled: (Corruption, Human Rights and Judicial Independence) in which Lect.Nashwan Razzaq Al -Mousawi, that important resources can be used to meet the basic needs, such as public health, education, infrastructure, or security. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has indicated that the cost of corruption in its various methods constitutes more than 5 % of global GDP. On the other hand, corruption has direct and destructive consequences in general on the work of state institutions, especially the establishment of justice, as it reduces the confidence of the public in justice, and weakens the ability of judicial systems to ensure the protection of human rights, and affects the tasks and duties of judges, public prosecutors, lawyers and other legal professionals through Seek to escape punishment, and corruption has a devastating effect on the judicial system as a whole. It represents one of the human rights goals in combating corruption and its effects on the establishment of justice, as well as working to fight corruption by establishing justice independently and strongly. Therefore, the United Nations Anti -Corruption Agreement is an essential tool for human rights protection.

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