The House of Representatives recognizes his exposure to "threat and extortion" for not opening a controversial case
Oil Marketing Company (SOMO) is one of the companies in the oil sector which carries out its commercial activities in the marketing of crude oil, gas and petroleum products in accordance with the provisions of law 101 for the year 1076 amended, law No. 156 of 1979 amended and the decision of the Revolution Command Council dissolved No. 272 on 26 April 1987
. Told Asharq Al-Awsat that "the corruption that exists in the company of Sumo, stands behind him and is managed by large mafias belonging to large political parties," stressing that "Minister Thamer Ghadhban, standing unable to find any ways to fight or stop or reduce corruption in his ministry and Sumo."
He called on the media to stand with parliamentarians and parliamentarians in this matter because the file is large and dangerous, involving political parties that pressure, threaten and compromise. He revealed that "the parliament is the highest legislative and supervisory authority in Iraq under threat and extortion so as not to open this file."
The work of the company is subject to the control and supervision of all the specialized bodies in the Iraqi government, including the Oil and Energy Committee in the Council of Ministers and the Committee on Oil and Energy Parliament.