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Deputy calls for legislation of government contracts law to prevent brokering

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Post by rocky on Sat 16 Nov 2019, 1:12 am


Deputy calls for legislation of government contracts law to prevent brokering

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Al-Maalouma / Baghdad ..
MP from the National Approach bloc Hussein al-Oqabi, on Saturday, to legislate a law on government contracts and cancel the supervision of the Ministry of Planning on contracts and contracting, indicating that the law will prevent brokerage in government contracts.
Al-Oqabi said in a statement to the information that "the government contracts law must be voted on and drafted to end the brokerage in government projects and the disposal of corruption in them."
He added that "the law will determine who will award the contracts, which will be supervised and the amounts spent accurately and in the case of the existence of federal contracts are assigned to the Supreme Council for Reconstruction."
Al-Oqabi said, "Keeping projects and referring them in this way means the continuation of corruption and the dominance of political parties and economic bodies over the state's resources without censorship or a higher authority." Ends / 25 KD


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