[size=36]Integrity controls the manipulation of fees and weights of trucks in the outlets of the southern region [/size]
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The Integrity Commission announced on Wednesday the seizure of trucks and trucks at southern ports.
In a statement received by Mawazine News, the agency said that "the staff of the Directorate of Investigation of Basra in the Integrity Commission, was able to carry out two seizures resulting in the detection of cases of fraud in customs permits and in the weights of a number of trucks loaded with containers in a number of customs outlets" , Noting that "there are financial differences in the amounts of fees."
It added that "two work teams of the Directorate of the Basra Investigation Directorate, one of them went to each of the perpetrators of Gomark Umm Qasr South and North, and the free zone customs outlets, Khor al-Zubayr, Safwan, Abu Flus, Maqal and Shalamjah, indicating that he had set up (52) In her drawings. "
The second group, which moved to the northern port of Umm Qasr, set up 25 trucks loaded with 50 containers of alabaster material because of the manipulation of its weights to reduce the customs duty, indicating that the port inspection committee indicated that the containers' (200 tons), while the real weight per manifist, delivery and container identification is 1400 tons, which led to the payment of customs fees well below the legally prescribed fees.
She noted that "a record of seizure of assets was organized and brought to the competent investigating judge to take appropriate legal action."
It is worth mentioning that the Directorate had announced last month that it was able to thwart the attempt to smuggle materials prohibited from import was loaded on board a vessel coming from an Arab