Documents .. Referral project desalination of Basra water to a British bankrupt company !![/rtl]
[rtl]Release date: 2019/8/6 14:00 • 157 times scheduled[/rtl]
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Documents revealed the transfer of a project to desalinate Basra water at a cost of two billion and 800 million dollars to a British company "bankrupt."
In a memo submitted by the MP Uday Awad to the judge investigating the integrity of the company «Bay Water» British "We send you the information received to us about the company that submitted its bid to implement the draft water salute Basra, which amounts to $ 2.8 billion contract and confirm that the information received indicates that the company Bankrupt and do not have accounts prove their financial capacity, seeking to verify their accounts and suspicious file and stop the work and inform us the results of the investigation and your actions so that we can view and discuss and follow-up in the Committee on oil and energy parliamentary.
MP Awad published information about the company, including that "the company is financially lost [bankrupt] and has no similar works desalination of water at all."
He pointed out that "the submission of a technical, financial and legal report by the Ministry of Construction and Housing confirms the eligibility of the company, where the report was raised twice to the Prime Minister's Office in 2016 and 2017," noting that "funding is not a loan but for credit financing in which the Iraqi government has significant financial consequences "He said.
Awad said, "On 25/7/2017, the Council of Ministers issued a decision to refer the work to the British company under Resolution 239 of 2017," noting that "the Ministry of Municipalities rejected the decision of the Council of Ministers, despite confirmation of previous reports confirming the failure of a company.
"There are parties still insisting on completing the referral procedures," Awwad said
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