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    150 foreign companies accused of corruption files in the oil for food program

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    Post by Rocky Mon 03 Mar 2014, 7:29 am

    [size=12.66]150 foreign companies accused of corruption files in the oil for food program





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    Revealed to the Integrity Commission for the parliamentary audit files 150 foreign companies accused of corruption in the file of oil for food program in cooperation with the dictatorial regime in the nineties of the last century.

    Committee member Kamal al-Saadi said in a statement: that «the rudiments of this file with the Integrity Commission as one of the old files, and does not have the detailed information about it».

    But he pointed out that of the 150 companies that have supported the former regime and colluded with him after the illegal acts against the Iraqi people, in addition to the corruption that was associated with this program.

    The government has decided since 2011 to prosecute those foreign companies on charges of corruption in the oil for food program, in Scotland at the time imposed a fine of 3.5 million euros to a British company as part of the corruption of the program itself.


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