Parliamentary Migration: We intend to investigate the presence of corrupt food items in the aid of the displaced
This came in the words of Ra'ad al-Dahlaki, interim chairman of the "Committee on Labor, Social Affairs, Migration and Displaced Persons" in parliament.
The committee plans to open the investigation after four [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] food items [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] in aid to the displaced.
Al-Dahlaki said in a press statement: "We have formed a committee to investigate and follow up this matter, and to investigate the imbalance in the storage operations or poor transport, or the delay in distribution."
He praised the move by the Minister of Displacement and Migration to destroy the corrupt materials in the warehouses, stressing the reasons for the survival of these materials in them, although the displaced most in need.
He continued: "There are many files of corruption related to the displaced submitted to the judiciary, pending the decision and disclosure of public opinion."
Earlier on Saturday, the Minister of Displacement and Migration, Nofal Baha Moussa, announced the destruction of four " [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] food items (lentils, chickpeas, beans and broccoli) in the 27,656 food baskets that were supposed to be distributed to the displaced."