[size=36]Sadiqoun reveals corruption worth 26 billion dollars: The government is developing the Jordanian economy[/size]
, MP from the Al-Sadiquon Parliamentary Bloc, Hassan Salem, confirmed, on Saturday, that the prime minister is pressing towards developing the Jordanian economy at the expense of the people of the center and the south, revealing the existence of corruption estimated at more than 26 billion dollars.
Salem said, according to his bloc's media, that "the prime minister is pressing to extend a pipeline from Basra to Aqaba to develop the Jordanian economy," noting that "millions of the Iraqi people who hold degrees are sleeping on the land to get a job."
He added, "Jordan is seeking to obtain Iraqi oil at a low price and then resell it again to Israel," noting that "the extension of a pipeline from Basra to the Jordanian Aqaba costs Iraq financial losses estimated at 26 billion dollars."
Salem had previously warned of a major conspiracy to plunder the wealth of the Iraqi people between the prime minister's office and the Harlow Alliance, owned by a British person of Iraqi origin named Mazen Wajih. finished 29/h