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    A PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE TALKS ABOUT PROCRASTINATION IN OPENING CORRUPTION FILES AND COVERING THEM

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    Post by Rocky Sat 26 Jun 2021, 7:10 am

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    [size=38]A PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE TALKS ABOUT PROCRASTINATION IN OPENING CORRUPTION FILES AND COVERING THEM UP[/size]


    Saturday, June 26, 2021 1:00 PM
    Baghdad / National News Center
    Today, Saturday, the Parliamentary Media and Communications Committee spoke about the existence of procrastination and the lack of response from the Media and Communications Authority in opening and covering up corruption files.
    Committee member Alaa Al-Rubaie said, in a statement received by the National News Center, that “through the follow-up to the workflow in the Media and Communications Commission, we noticed that the Council of Commissioners condoned, unresponsive and procrastinated, to our demands, which represent the aspirations of the Iraqi people to follow up on the corruption files that were sacked.” Former Director of the Authority.
    He added: "We renew our call to the Council of Commissioners to open the corruption files and to hold accountable the negligent people who caused the waste of public money, especially the fourth generation file and the extension of the mobile phone companies and to cover up the debts owed by them, and the universal service file and its projects and money that are not subject to any oversight and follow-up."
    Al-Rubaie warned against “continuing to refer the billing project, on which many legal and technical violations were recorded,” adding, “We hold the Director General, the head of the new executive body, who does not understand the simplest procedures in managing the telecommunications sector, responsibility.”
    A member of the committee called for “handing over the management of the authority to a professional and efficient figure to advance the reality of this authority, which manages the most important files of progress and development in the country.”
    He stressed that "the existence of the authority's management in this way will lead to economic disasters with unimaginable consequences for the near future of Iraq."
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