A parliamentarian accuses oil of wasting billions of dollars in licensing rounds and warns of a "tragedy" in Iraq
Shafaq News / Iraqi Parliament member Yusef Al-Kalabi on Sunday accused the Oil Ministry of wasting billions of dollars due to licensing mobiles, warning of the continuing economic tragedy in the country.
"Youssef Al-Kalabi said in a press conference held in the House of Representatives that" Iraq today, after the Ministry of Oil conducted licensing rounds, we have established preliminary in the Integrity Committee, there are billions of dollars wasted on public money, "noting that" there is an economic tragedy that will pass in Iraq because of bad The great administration that accompanied the licensing rounds. "
He pointed out that "the biggest catastrophe is that the oil ministry at the time of the end of the Abadi government and in the election period held a fifth licensing round and this tour was marred by many observations and suspicions of corruption," explaining "on 21/1/220 and in the regular session the Minister of Electricity presents in the cabinet meeting for energy The Council agrees to proceed with the contracting procedures, ignoring all suspicions. "
Al-Kalabi added that "the Prime Minister did not refer to the licensing round and this places a thousand question marks on the Council of Ministers to hide it until it becomes valid, and then we cannot do anything because the contracts belong to international arbitration clubs", pointing out that "the government, since the submission of its resignation, has made decisions Serious for the future of Iraq.
He continued, "The government from which a book comes out says he fell inadvertently to assign five general directors and did not know that he omitted inadvertently, noting that" the government is carrying out the actions of the powers that he was sent with, but to reach the pledge of the future of Iraq and its wealth in this provocative way, I think the issue should stand alone The mafias of corruption in the oil ministry, which are expanding beyond the borders and have external agendas, are reflected in the interior. "
"We will have a letter to the Public Prosecution, the head of the Integrity and Financial Supervision Authority and the responsible authorities, and we invite all heads of political blocs and national leaders to pay attention to the Ministry of Oil and the catastrophes that are taking place