[size=36]A deputy reveals fraud and fraud by an Emirati company in Iraq[/size]
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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News
, MP Alia Nassif revealed, on Monday, the fraud and fraud operations practiced by the Emirati real estate company DAMAC in Iraq, indicating that a very important former official gave Damac a license to invest four thousand acres near Baghdad airport in exchange for supporting his campaign.
Nassif said in a statement, which received / Mawazine News / a copy of it, that "Damac's financial position is deteriorating and it has been removed from the stock market for a long time to manipulate its accounts and not disclose its losses, and has become dependent on fraud and fraud, and Iraq is fertile ground for fraudsters and thieves, and its method of fraud It is mediating with some politicians and officials and offering them bribes with huge sums in exchange for obtaining investment licenses and selling them instead of implementing them, and this is an easy trade and a means of quick profit that compensates for its losses.
She added that "DAMAC obtained three investment licenses previously, one in Basra that it did not implement, and a license to invest land in the Mansour district of Baghdad and sold the license to one of the investors, then obtained the license of the central market and offered it for sale (we talked about the issue in previous data), then the disaster happened When Damac obtained an investment license of four thousand dunums near Baghdad airport, and it obtained it for free without paying anything to the state, but it paid a sum of money to a (very important) official in the (previous) government that (before) the government (Adel Abdul Mahdi), and the amount Five million dollars to support his campaign, and the gift is given by Hussein Sajwani, knowing that this land is worth ten billion dollars, meaning that it may help us today to reduce the effects of the financial crisis.
Nassif continued, "We put this case today before the judiciary and the Integrity Commission, and we hope that this statement will be considered an official communication and the necessary legal measures will be taken against the manipulators of public money and the prosecution of the said company and its expulsion from Iraq permanently." End 29 / p.