A deputy prepares it as a political act that does not count the results, and demands the government inform the parliament of its contracts
Baghdad - The New Morning:
The expert and researcher on Iraqi affairs, Laith Sabr, stressed that the Iraqi-Chinese agreement raises many suspicions and will stipulate oil for 50 years, while Representative Muhammad Al-Khalidi called on the government to send a draft of the contracts that were concluded with China to Parliament before activating it, pointing to It bears big question marks.
Shubr said in a statement seen by the new morning, “The Iraqi-Chinese agreement raises many suspicions. Without a doubt, this acceleration in its implementation without obtaining parliament’s approval, opening accounts and selecting companies and demanding them by the forces supporting the resigned government and lack of transparency is clear evidence of corruption. this deal".
He explained by saying, "The Chinese-Iraqi deal will mortgage Iraqi oil for more than fifty years."
Several news sites had exchanged a document for the Morsi Bank, including a book addressed to the Prime Minister’s office stating that more than $ 428 million had been deposited for the purposes of the agreement, in addition to opening four accounts for the purposes of its implementation
. Monday, the government to send a draft of the contracts concluded with China during the visit of the "resigned" Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, before proceeding to activate it, pointing to the existence of many question marks about its economic feasibility in addition to the lack of clarity or transparency of its content.
Al-Khalidi said, “There is a lot of confusion about the Chinese agreement and its implementation, and there are many proposals about its usefulness as if it is the only savior of Iraq and the lifeline to transform the country into the ranks of developed countries.” We challenge everyone who talks about recent agreements with China to tell us As for its content or details, it is still hidden and has not been sent to Parliament for review.
Al-Khalidi added, “The state of ambiguity surrounding these agreements, and the failure to announce their content to the legislative authority, makes us put dozens of question marks about its content and the extent of the integrity of its details.” He stressed that “we do not want to question any person or party, nor do we want to tie Iraq to an economic agreement God sent it down from Sultan as a political response that does not count the results, because we are in a state of institutions and law and should not deal with matters with the mood or personal judgment of this or that party. ”
Al-Khalidi called on the government to “send the agreements to the House of Representatives before activating them or proceeding with their implementation to see their details and the extent of their economic feasibility, especially as there are hadiths here and there that have interest on loans intended to complete projects that included in the contracts amounting to 6%, which is a very big difference in the case of those numbers Real about the numbers provided by international companies, the benefits of which did not exceed 2%.
Abdul-Mahdi visited China at the head of a large delegation on September 23 of last year, and concluded that visit by signing eight agreements and memoranda of understanding.
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