[size=36]And handing her sensitive data.. A deputy accuses the government of exploiting the absence of Parliament to sign a contract with a Saudi company[/size]
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, a representative from the Al-Fateh Alliance, Hassan Salem, confirmed that the government took advantage of the absence of Parliament to contract with a Saudi company and hand it over the data of Iraqi vehicles.
Salem said in a televised interview yesterday, Thursday evening, and Mawazine News followed him, that "Iraq's airspace is permissible by the American aviation," noting that "the Saudi contract is a new (ISIS) project in Iraq."
He added that "everything the government does at the end of the electoral cycle is outside the constitutional and legal frameworks," explaining that "an emergency session must be held to question the Prime Minister and the Minister of Interior regarding the contract concluded with that Saudi company."
It is noteworthy that the head of the Al-Fateh Alliance Hadi Al-Amiri announced, last Saturday, his refusal to contract the Ministry of Interior with a Saudi company and hand over all traffic and vehicle data. Ended 29/A 4