[size=36]Government advisor: $ 330 million was spent on fake projects in Baghdad[/size]
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, Adviser to the Prime Minister for Reconstruction Affairs, Sabah Abdul Latif, announced the existence of many fake projects, including residential and others related to sewage, that were not completed despite the payment of their money.
Abdul Latif revealed, during a television interview, which was followed by "Mawazine News", that "$330 million has been spent on the project of entrances to the capital, Baghdad, but it has not been implemented until today."
Abdul Latif stressed, "We were able to find solutions for 64 projects that were sluggish during the last period," while noting that 4 projects are currently being implemented within the Iraqi-Chinese agreement.
He added, "The end of this month will witness the launch of the wheel of service projects, especially the reconstruction of Sadr City," while pointing out that the electronic portal will be opened within two weeks to provide citizens on residential lands. Ended 29/ 77