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"The law of the Ministry of Electricity 2017 requires reform, reform in this sector is important, and the law should be in harmony with the needs of the successful federal state, not to put the articles of law to create ministerial formations on the basis of," Khatib said in an interview with the official Al-Sabah newspaper. Regional and factional and divide the companies and formations in a sectarian and quotas. "
He added that "it reached that the draft privatization of service contracts and collection carried out method of non-systematic privatization, and did not develop standard contracts, but according to personal judgments," noting that "which occurred in these contracts that met a number of companies represented by political parties and formed a commercial launched (Company) and won these contracts on the basis of recommendations, and therefore became contracts of collection N without providing a service. "
"When the ministry is appointed, the contracts of service and collection are signed, and a specialized committee has been formed to review these contracts and we will issue recommendations either by moving them or rationalizing the companies or proceeding to a consensual legal settlement with the idle companies or companies that violate the law may be canceled," he said. Contractors are not easy to cancel a contract. "
"We want to build a state of institutions and here we are talking about regulatory bodies responsible for accountability of all parties to inquire about these matters, and we are checking, and if we want to take measures, it must be considered in terms of technical and professional," he said. "Generally, the contracts that are plagued by corruption belong to the responsible supervisory bodies, which are following this issue."
He pointed out that "there are comments on contracts we discuss in the opinion of the Authority as service contracts and collection, and there are files in the Office of the Inspector General of fuel and there are some inquiries from other regulatory bodies."