Parliamentary services call for accountability of British company charged with protecting the Baghdad airport[/ltr]
[ltr][rtl]Release date: 2018/3/13 10:07[/rtl] • [rtl]11 times read[/rtl][/ltr]
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A member of the Parliamentary Services Committee Sabah al-Tamimi called Tuesday for the accountability of the company [G4S] charged with protecting the Baghdad International Airport and returning the funds it received "without carrying out" the work entrusted to it for previous years.
"A company entered Iraq in the name of Armstrong, which won the airport contract in 2010 and the contract was signed as an armer company, The company has changed the name in the contract extension signed on 23/7/2013, which is contrary to the controls and it is not permissible for the company to assign and sell contracts to another party in accordance with the preamble of government contracts stipulated in commercial transactions.
"The company has not implemented the third item of the contract, which provides the company to bring a set of security detectors at an annual value of about five million dollars," noting that "the company has entered into secondary contracts with other security companies and allow these security companies and enter the runway to The military side of the airport and vice versa. "
Tamimi added: "The company should be held accountable and return the money it received without carrying out the work entrusted to it for previous years, as well as hold all those involved in the Ministry of Transport responsible for the continuation of the contract of this company."
"We have addressed some questions concerning the company responsible for protecting the airport to the Director General of the Civil Aviation Authority. We have not received an answer to the matter so far," she said. "All the evidence and evidence will be referred to integrity for the purpose of taking advantage of it."
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