[size=36]In the document .. Parliamentary: The ministries are now sold with fragmentation and a race to conclude corrupt contracts[/size]
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MP Alia Nassif confirmed on Sunday that the mafias of corruption in the ministries are racing to conclude corrupt contracts openly and without fear of regulatory agencies, because the caretaker government is outside the framework of legal accountability.
Nassif said, in a statement received by / Mawazine News / a copy of it, that "corrupt contracts in the ministries are making fictional profits, and tampering with public money has become easy because the caretaker government is outside the framework of legal accountability because it lacks the job status and is not subject to accountability from the highest legislative authority That is, we parliamentarians have become unable to use our tools with questioning, interrogation and accountability. "
And she continued, "The forbidden gain that some ministries have made them the focus of greedy attention, and they are sold (by dissatisfaction), meaning that they sell their own degrees individually according to their importance and not in bulk. There is also a race against time within the ministries to conclude contracts with huge sums, and the ministries of defense and education are a model for that. And today, we are informing the people about the report of the Financial Supervision Bureau regarding the contract concluded between the Ministry of Education and the Iraqi Insurance Company in partnership with the Home Land Company, in which disastrous violations were reported.
Nassif called the Public Prosecution and Integrity Commission to "intervene and cancel the corrupt contracts concluded during the caretaker government".
She added: "We will also show the Iraqi people and the judicial and judicial authorities soon examples of corruption of the highest head in the Ministry of Defense and documents, and the supervisory and judicial authorities can consider our statements as news of corruption crimes documented by evidence." Ended 29 / A 43