Former Minister: What has been stolen and wasted from the people's money exceeds the $ 1000 billion
Former Minister Mohsen al-Shammari revealed on Friday the extent of corruption in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and the total stolen and wasted so far from the Iraqi people's money exceeds the $ 1000 billion.
Al-Shammari said in a statement, more than 200 billion dollars wasted from the annual budgets, which is inflated projects and the illusion, stressing that, about 100 billion dollars of investment licenses fake and stalled in the cafes of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and neighboring countries and the world.
He added that "more than 100 billion dollars worth of real estate inside [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] out and the currency, pointing out that, more than $ 100 billion in ports and border crossings and tax evasion and smuggling of oil, noting that" the losses of the Iraqi economy due to mismanagement, corruption and terrorism and disrupt the industry and agriculture and the educational sector and health And the collapse of infrastructure is well above the $ 500 billion. "
Al-Shammari said that "the most important indicators are mismanagement, lack of detailed database and additionally dismantling the administrative system intentionally or ignorance as well as
the negative conflict between the sources of decision in the same institution and the absence of modern technology linking the joints of one institution and the other institutions and deviation of feasibility studies and non-conformity with standards Technical and selective control and politicization ".
He added that "corruption and waste includes oil revenues, investment, real estate, tax evasion, border ports, security, industry, agriculture, tourism and antiquities, in addition to endowments, noting that the public and private benefits (health, education and loss of life for the Iraqi person) And the inflation of operational allocations all these files hit by corruption and necrosis.
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