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    Parliamentary Integrity: We do not know what agreements are with China and we will support them

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    (Baghdad: Euphrates News) announced the Commission on Parliamentary Integrity, it will scrutinize the agreements between Iraq and China in the visit of a large government delegation headed by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.
    The committee member, Taha al-Defai, said in a press statement that "until now we do not know what agreements the Iraqi delegation has signed with China? What has been signed are preliminary agreements as we believe, and the projects will be announced before the House of Representatives."
    "We are awaiting the report of the government on its visit and the agreements it has signed with China, what are the agreed amounts? As well as the investment conditions, in order to scrutinize them and prevent any suspicions of corruption or waste of public money in these agreements," he said.
    On Tuesday, a high-level government delegation ended its visit to China after signing a number of agreements between the two countries.
    Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, accompanied by a delegation of ministers, governors and advisors, began a visit to China last Thursday, and signed agreements and understandings between Baghdad and Beijing in several areas, including education, transport, industry and agriculture, as well as the security aspect.


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    Deputy Wisdom: Real fears of suspicions of corruption in the agreements with China and we will look after them

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    (BAGHDAD: Euphrates News) MP of the opposition wisdom bloc, Ali al-Budairi, warned of the existence of corruption and waste of public money, during the agreements signed between the Iraqi side and the Chinese.
    Al-Budairi said in a press statement, that "the signing of governors direct agreements may lead to waste of public money."
    He added, "There are real fears of suspicions of corruption or waste of money in the agreements signed by Iraqi officials, during their visit to China, especially since we in the parliament did not know what agreements and deals, signed by Baghdad with Beijing so far."
    He called on Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to give a full briefing to the House of Representatives on his visit to China. He said: "We will scrutinize those agreements and examine them, especially since the House of Representatives has the right to reject them if there are suspicions of corruption or waste of public money."
    A high-level government delegation ended its visit to China on Tuesday after signing a number of agreements between the two countries.
    Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, accompanied by a delegation of ministers, governors and advisors, began a visit to China last Thursday, and signed agreements and understandings between Baghdad and Beijing in several areas, including education, transport, industry and agriculture, as well as the security aspect.


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