[size=36]Parliamentary Energy: Procedures for the transfer of the Inspector General of Oil is insufficient[/size]
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A member of the parliamentary energy committee Jamal al-Mohamadawi said on Wednesday that the procedures of transferring the Inspector General of the Ministry of Oil to the Ministry of Communications is insufficient and does not absolve him from negligence. He called for opening an investigation into his failure to disclose the financial waste in contracts of the Iraqi oil tankers .
"The actions taken yesterday against the Inspector General of the Ministry of Oil and his transfer to the Ministry of Communications, was a step not enough to neglect and negligence in detecting the financial waste in the contracts of the Iraqi oil tanker company," Al-Mahmoudawi said in a statement received by Mawazine News.
He called on "to open an investigation on this subject and take into account the legal controls in the transfer of state employees and uncover the circumstances of negligence and negligence before the judiciary and in front of the Iraqi public opinion."
Al-Mahmoudawi stressed the need to "tighten the procedures for those who spoil their work with suspicion of corruption, negligence or negligence and correcting the course of control work in the country is one of the most important priorities in the fight against corruption."