Deputy: Green Zone file is full of corruption in real estate exploited by officials[/rtl]
[rtl]Release date: 2019/1/2 8:31 • 106 times read[/rtl]
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Member of the Finance Committee, Hoshyar Abdullah, confirmed that the Green Zone is not only a road open to citizens, but a file full of corruption in respect of properties exploited by officials.
"There are real estate inside the Green Zone, including huge houses, which have been exploited by former officials and former officials free of charge, some of which have been taken over by party figures from 2005 until today," Abdullah said in a statement received by Al-Furat News. Legal or constitutional justification ".
"There has been a lot of corruption in this case since the beginning. Previous officials have legitimized the acquisition of these properties five or 10 years after their term expired, so a major step has to be taken by the legislative and executive authorities to recover these properties and invest them to earn revenues. Good for the treasury of the state, the people are better than the officials were filled to the point of obscurity. "
"Is it reasonable that officials do not have any official capacity today to occupy government properties and a decision they made and issued in the previous sessions, but is it time for the official to immediately vacate the property that he is using like other countries? About the house he occupies? "
"We support and support any step presented by the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the Prime Minister to open this file and the recovery of all illegally exploited properties, and the House of Representatives to resolve this important issue in its official meetings, not only at the level of the Green Zone, but at the level of Baghdad and all provinces, And we hold the government and the current parliament the responsibility to resolve them in line with social justice and the public interest so that the return of real estate imports to the treasury of the state. "
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