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Al-Hayes: Anbar Council of corruption and the exchange of investment companies and demand rates

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Al-Hayes: Anbar Council of corruption and the exchange of investment companies and demand rates

Post by rocky on Sat 11 Aug 2018, 2:26 am


Al-Hayes: Anbar Council of corruption and the exchange of investment companies and demand rates

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The head of the Anbar Salvation Council Hamid al-Hayes on Friday accused the Anbar provincial council and the province of swapping companies and investors and demanding rates, prompting them to leave projects in Anbar.
"Al-Anbar province and the province are the main reason for the deterioration of the situation in Anbar and the flight of investors after the exchange and demand rates."
He added that "each company signs a contract to invest in Anbar or a specific project is subject to harassment and demand percentages by the members of the provincial council in exchange for allowing it to work, prompting investors to leave the province."
Al-Hayes called for "the abolition of provincial councils as a reason for the deterioration of the reality of Iraq and a door to bargaining and corruption and the expulsion of investors."

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