Tamimi: 95% of the revenues of state property go to the pockets of corrupt and implicate a government department[/rtl]
[rtl]Date of edit:: 2019/8/18 23:40 • 545 times read[/rtl]
The head of the non-oil revenue committee Majida al-Tamimi, on Sunday, the existence of 170 thousand properties in the province of Basra was falsified papers and records by influential and officials involved said it would reveal their names later.
Al-Tamimi said in a press statement that "these files were handed over with the rest of the files of corruption to Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi."
She added that her committee "paid great attention to the real estate file and discovered during the search in this file large scourges, as she put it" pointing out that "5% of the revenues of those real estate did not go to the state treasury, but 95% of them go to the pockets of corrupt," she said. .
Tamimi revealed: the existence of records and files were deliberately concealed from the original records, not to mention manipulation and forgery, revealing at the same time the involvement of real estate registration as well.
She pointed out that "corruption files concerning real estate and because many filled a large travel bag and was sent to Abdul Mahdi, pointing to the coordination with the Integrity Commission and the Office of Financial Supervision," calling "Abdul Mahdi and integrity to form an investigative committee to discuss these files and know the country where to go to find solutions For this corruption, "she said.
MP Sairon Majida al-Tamimi, an Alliance member, said earlier on Sunday that Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi had received "very, very serious" corruption files on state property.
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