Deputy: influential parties trying to steal money allocated to spend Abu Ghraib
09:57 - 13/08/2019
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Baghdad MP Kareem Abu Souda said on Tuesday that influential parties are trying to steal the money allocated to spend Abu Ghraib within the province's port, which amounts to nearly 400 billion dinars, calling on the governor of Baghdad to stand up to those corrupt.
Abu Souda said in a statement to the information, that "confirmed information obtained that the influential authorities are trying to steal money allocated from the budget of the province of Baghdad to spend Abu Ghraib," indicating that "the money is allocated to sewage, water and other projects."
He added that "the total amount allocated to the judiciary is 400 billion dinars allocated to sewage and water, construction of schools and paving roads," calling "the governor of Baghdad Falah Algerian to stand up against thieves and corrupt and follow up projects in the judiciary." Ends / 25 m