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    Corruption disrupts more than 100 major service projects in Baghdad

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    Post by Rocky Sat 14 Apr 2018, 3:14 am

    Corruption disrupts more than 100 major service projects in Baghdad
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    A member of the Baghdad Provincial Council, the breakdown of more than 100 service projects in the capital Baghdad because of corruption, indicating that it has been referred to the judiciary and not ruled out.


    A member of the Services Committee in the Council Josuma Azerjawi: "The financial and administrative corruption is already plaguing many of the service projects in the capital Baghdad, whether the projects of ministries or regional development projects." She added that "more than 100 service projects giant stopped because of corruption," noting that "the projects transferred to integrity and then to the judiciary and the judiciary has not decided any of them."


     The Baghdad provincial council revealed on Monday that more than 700 projects in Baghdad have been halted because of the financial crisis. 



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