Issawi: Iraq loses 40 trillion dinars annually because of two ministries
MP Faisal al-Issawi, a coalition of forces that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] losing 40 trillion dinars annually because of two ministries.
Al-Issawi said in a televised interview that "the coalition of forces will not accept the formula of granting independents 50% of the seats in the electoral law presented in parliament equally with political forces," adding, "We are with the option of religious authority to be more representative of the law of the people of the real change."
He added: "We will support the ministerial change on the condition that it does not offer partial non-reform solutions to solve half of the problem, and not be an escape from the problems of the country."
He pointed out that "Parliament has received a request from the Prime Minister to accept the change of ministers of industry, communications, immigration and displaced and now being talked about the request to change 10 ministers."
He stressed that "the number of interrogations submitted to parliament related to the ministers of industry, agriculture, telecommunications, electricity, finance and two related to the Prime Minister and interrogation is not intended to dismiss the interrogator."
Al-Issawi revealed the submission of "a study to the Prime Minister did not respond so far, confirms the loss of 20 trillion dinars per year in the Ministry of Oil because of mismanagement in the file of oil refining and lose one million barrels per day, which makes us import up to three times the real cost."
He pointed out that "there is a waste in the Ministry of Oil related to the work of refineries and the sale of refined oil to derivatives after the liquidation of the street, without being returned to the crude oil money to the state on the grounds that it is subsidized," noting that "Iraq is losing $ 20 trillion annually in the Ministry of Electricity because of the absence of Levy and import fuel stations from abroad, "noting that" the two files make [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] nearly 35 billion dollars a year. "
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