[size=36]SIRON: The involvement of senior political leaders is one of the reasons for not opening the files of telecommunications companies[/size]
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, a representative of the Alliance Saraon, Alaa al-Rubaie, on Wednesday, the involvement of major political leaders one of the reasons not to open the files of mobile phone companies, while revealing that the size of embezzlement amounted to hundreds of millions of dollars.
"There are names of influential political figures who stood with mobile phone companies (Zain, Asia and Cork) who were partners of these companies and signed contracts for bribes," Rubaie said in a statement received by Mawazine News. "The Cork company has huge sums of money up to hundreds of millions that were supposed to be paid to the Iraqi government."
He added, "These companies deliberately steal from the citizen as a result of the failure of the relevant authorities to follow up and monitor their work and regardless of the deterioration of their service, which was supposed to provide the Iraqi citizen, whether in the service of communication or even in the service of the Internet."
He stressed, "There are some ministries in addition to the Communications and Media Commission dealt with the law with these companies, which did not pay what they have paid to the Iraqi government has been extinguished some debts in crooked ways," warning that "the Committee on Information and Communications is working to reveal the names of all those behind those companies if They obstructed the process of opening corruption files related to companies (Zain, Asia and Cork) that pay taxes in Kurdistan and refrain from paying the dues related to the federal government with the complicity of influential figures in return for large sums of money amid silence applied by the Communications and Media Commission and the Integrity Commission.