[size=36]Referring the file of granting patients to the Wasit Council for Integrity and moving to open cases of police leadership[/size]
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referred the local administration in Wasit, the file of granting patients in the provincial council to the Integrity Commission. The anti-corruption court has been approached to open police files.
Wasit Governor Mohammad Jamil Al-Mayahi said that the governorate administration referred to the Integrity Commission the financial grants file that was given by the provincial council to patients for the period from 2011 to 2019, pointing out that the amounts spent within this file during the eight years The past exceeded two billion and 500 million dinars. "
He explained that " the amounts allocated to conduct surgeries for a number of patients, but some of them have not been and did not come the owners of the money received to give information on the disbursement of these amounts, because they went to people unworthy, as it spent some of the beneficiaries of these grants amounts to buy cars or pieces of land Instead of surgical procedures, this contravenes the law and controls. "
He pointed out that "all the priorities of the file of grants are missing and there are eligible patients who did not get them because there is no kinship with officials."
He added that "the local administration has allocated within the budget of this year the amount of one billion dinars to conduct surgical operations for patients, as has been contracted with hospitals inside the country and abroad to implement this matter," noting that ".
He revealed Mayahi for "approaching the Supreme Criminal Court to fight against corruption , which was formed recently to open the police command files Wasit for the period from 2013 to 2016 , " noting that " the files included the operating budget and the fight against drugs and transportation, as it will be provided with the Court priorities that would belong to this side projects" Ended 29/43