March 27 2018 10:30 p
In coordination with the Office of the Inspector-General of the Ministry of Transport Integrity prevents the waste of public money in Umm Qasr worth 653 million dinars
The Directorate of Investigation of the Integrity Commission in the province of Basra, on Tuesday, stopped the waste of public funds worth 653 million dinars in the port of Umm Qasr.
The Directorate said in a statement received by "Baghdad Post" a copy of it, "In coordination with the Office of the Inspector General of the Ministry of Transport, was able to control irregularities and cases of excess on public money in the port of Umm Qasr," indicating that "the Directorate carried out a control led to stop these violations and prevent Continuing cases of abuse of public money. "
She added that "the Directorate's staff questioned the reasons for the failure of the management of the port of Umm Qasr al-Shamali to calculate the amounts of unloading four vessels loaded with rice (phall) for the month of February of 2015," noting that "these amounts amounted to (653,227,000) million dinars, Trade, while it should have been obtained from the agent of the two suppliers. "
He pointed out that "preliminary investigations led to the management of the port to organize lists of revenues and (new) on 11/2/2018; to avoid violations observed by the Integrity Commission and its intervention, which prevented the continuation of irregularities and waste of public money.
"All the seizures, as well as the investigative papers, were included in the record of the fundamentalist seizure organized by the Panel, which was presented to the investigating judge competent to issue the appropriate decision."
It should be noted that the Directorate of Investigation of the Commission in Basra carried out a number of seizures at the port of Umm Qasr. Of these, 250 were seized and 120 were handed over for customs transactions and false books and reports that were used to bring cars to Umm Qasr without paying customs duties .
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