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Al-Alawi: Saddam deposited 5% of the oil revenues for the Baath Party in the banks of Switzerland

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Post by rocky on Wed 17 Jul 2019, 5:58 am


Al-Alawi: Saddam deposited 5% of the oil revenues for the Baath Party in the banks of Switzerland

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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
Iraqi politician Hassan al-Alawi on Wednesday revealed the hidden motives of Saddam Hussein's half-brother Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti to lead Geneva's diplomatic efforts at the European headquarters in Geneva, saying Saddam had deposited 5 percent of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] oil revenues To the accounts of the Baath party dissolved in Swiss banks. 
"The secret of appointing al-Tikriti as Iraq's ambassador to Geneva is not about trying to expel him from Baghdad," al-Alawi said in a statement. To include it in my new book ".
Al-Alawi added that Saddam sent Barzan to Geneva to record the accounts of the Ba'th party from the 5 percent oil sales he had received before nationalization and then went to a private secret under the name of Adnan Hussein al-Hamdani. Saddam asked Hamdani's wife to go to Geneva For the name and balance registration in the name of Barzan. " 
"This operation was aimed at preserving the party's money and employing it in the event of an emergency," he said. "Where did the party's assets in Geneva go after the occupation and who did it?"Ending / 25 d


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