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     The parliamentary economy reveals the referral of corruption files in the Ministry of Commerce to i Empty The parliamentary economy reveals the referral of corruption files in the Ministry of Commerce to i

    Post by Rocky Sun 17 Dec 2017, 6:51 am

    [size=30]The parliamentary economy reveals the referral of corruption files in the Ministry of Commerce to integrity[/size]
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    A member of the Committee on Economy and Investment Representative Harith Chanshal al-Harthy, on Sunday, the Commission referred files of corruption described as "serious" related to the Ministry of Commerce to the Commission on Integrity and the judiciary, while revealing the existence of networks of corrupt working to introduce materials not suitable for consumption to the country.
    Al-Harithi said in a press statement that "the Commission on Economy and Investment referred a number of large files and serious to the Commission of Integrity and the judiciary," noting that "these files are related to the Ministry of Commerce and specializes in rotten rice and sugar."
    Al-Harithi pointed out that "networks of corrupt people working day-to-day on the introduction of materials and food is not suitable for human consumption," explaining that "these networks are conducting deals with employees in the state departments to introduce goods and foods not fit for human consumption."
    A member of the Committee on Economy and Investment parliamentary, "These are difficult to eliminate them unless there are mechanisms and real fight against corruption." 
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