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Mubasher: Mustafa Al-Kazemi, the Iraqi Prime Minister, stated that his government succeeded in withdrawing more than two thousand fake investment licenses, which were granted ten years ago, and not a single “brick” brick has been built.
Today, Thursday, Al-Kazemi called on investing companies that may be subjected to blackmail to submit to the government these parties to refer them to the judiciary, saying, “Our doors are open to all,” according to the official account of the Council of Ministers on “Twitter.”
The Prime Minister stated: "There are those who speak brazenly about a demographic change aimed at the state, and I say that this land and projects are for all citizens and they will not succeed in dragging Iraqis into sectarian strife. These abnormal voices broadcast these allegations only to blackmail companies."
He hinted that there are those who [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] rumors that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] intended for officials, while it is a project open to all citizens and through simplified loans.
He pointed out that the "Al-Rafeel" project in Baghdad aims to develop a residential area, and it is an investment project in which large and giant investment companies are organized by Emaar, which has contributed to the development of the UAE and many projects in the world.
He stated, "We started solving Basmaya's problem, and within days, a group of apartments will be handed over to employees and members of the security forces, the army and the Popular Mobilization Forces, and we have already started solving the problem after the project was dead."
He added, that the interests of the Basmaya project loans were reduced from 4 to 2 percent, to encourage people to buy, and already 35,000 apartments were sold.
He stated, that the Anti-Corruption Committee was accused of various charges, such as torturing the accused, which are just statements and allegations, although the medical reports denied this, and we were accused of preventing visits to the families of those arrested on corruption charges, and the fact that their families meet with them weekly.
He said, that the white paper has won international respect and international financial institutions, and will work to save Iraq within five years. The damage is small in the beginning, but the positive return will appear soon.
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