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[size=18]Al-Hakama MP Mahmoud Al-Mulla Talal criticized on Thursday the justification of the border crossing authorities, which he submitted after being accused of negligence in their work. He pointed out that the people's deputies and within their supervisory role will have effective procedures within the Council to correct the Commission's work and remedy these failures.
In an interview with Alsumaria News, Mullah Talal said, "We are surprised and not the body of the outlets of the justifications made by what we talked about the existence of a delay in the work of the border crossing points in Iraq," adding that "the spread of drugs in Iraq caused by the base border crossings and if not this Of the authority of the Ports Authority, they must indicate what powers entrusted to them.
"In any case, the administration of the border crossings has information about drug smuggling and did not inform the concerned authorities, this is another disaster," he said. "Their talk about the governor's duties at the ports is wrong because it is outside the powers of the governors.
He pointed out Mullah Talal, who was the governor of Wasit, that "the mention of the statement of the Commission for the amount of 60 billion dinars allocated to the mediator, it is not true because Mjaa is only 21 billion dinars sent by the Ministry of Finance, where a plan has been prepared and submitted to the Ministry of Finance and returned to us About a month ago, "explaining that" the province intervened voluntarily to develop the port and expansion and increase the caravans and complete roads and lighting and increase the absorption of 5 thousand to 200 thousand after it was a port without services originally. "
"The people's deputies and within our supervisory role will have practical measures within the parliament to address these failures and correct the work of the Commission, and we confirm our call to the head of the Ports Authority to submit his resignation in a case he could not properly manage this file."
On Wednesday, May 22, 2019, the border crossings responded to MP Mahmoud al-Mulla Talal's accusation of the spread of drugs in the country, while calling on Interior Ministry officials to work to strengthen the capabilities of the anti-drug police and the customs police.
On May 21, 2019, representatives of the Al-Hikma movement expressed "pessimism" about what is going on at the border crossings of the entry of drugs in large quantities without any severe deterrent to this phenomenon, demanding the Prime Minister to dissolve and its president to resign.
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