Deputy: "morning" company brings foreigners to oil companies and get a third of their salaries
08:58 - 22/08/2019
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A member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee Abdul Amir al-Mayahi, Thursday, that the company is working to bring foreign workers to oil companies operating in Basra and get a third of their salaries, while refraining from employing Iraqis in these companies, noting that the investigation of this file collided By a huge wall by some powerful.
Mayahi said in a statement to the information, that "the employment file discussed by the Parliamentary Integrity Committee with the local government in Basra and the Ministry of Oil, especially Director General of the Department of Contracts and Licensing in the Ministry of Oil Abdul Mahdi al-Amidi, where we do not know where this man derives his strength, and often talked with him On this subject, however, he made a request to the Minister of Oil to exempt secondary companies and contractors from the terms of government contracts.
He added that "this exemption in turn prevents supervision and financial control and integrity and lift the government clauses for subcontractors of companies, especially as most of the companies located in Basra secondary, while the main companies do not exceed seven companies contracted with the government on licensing rounds."
He explained that "the mother companies need cadres of qualified and experienced," pointing out that "Al-Amidi pointed out that the director of Shell Oil Company is paid a monthly salary of 180 thousand dollars, which is a huge amount, and the lowest salary paid by the foreign worker is $ 4,000. ”
He pointed out that "Shell contracted with the company for morning operation, where it coordinates to bring employment to this company, and attract foreign labor and exclude Iraqis, and get a third of the monthly salary of the worker, while the law stipulates that 80 percent of the employment are Iraqis."
He stressed that "attempts to eliminate this problem hit a huge wall, as the audit and the opening of the files of oil issues often collide with influential [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] figures prevent access to foreign companies," noting that he "tried to see through an official book on the contract between Shell and South Gas Especially since there is a joint contract between the two companies, but the Iraqi director of the company declined to answer the book on the pretext that there is a foreign manager must be granted authorization to do so. Finished / 25 N.