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Activists in Dhi Qar adopt popular censorship to expose the waste of public money

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Activists in Dhi Qar adopt popular censorship to expose the waste of public money Empty Activists in Dhi Qar adopt popular censorship to expose the waste of public money

Post by rocky Sun 24 Oct 2021, 6:46 am

[size=52]Activists in Dhi Qar adopt popular censorship to expose the waste of public money[/size]

[size=45]Dhi Qar / Hussein Al-Amil[/size]
[size=45]Thus began the scene, a citizen moving between a group of small wooden huts set up as decoration in a public park, pointing with his hand to each of them and continuing to shout through a live video broadcast (Your money was looted, people of Shatrah, this hut is worth seven million dinars).[/size]
[size=45]He appealed to the Integrity and Public Opinion Commission to intervene and investigate suspicions of corruption in that deal, which includes more than 30 wooden huts, the real price of each one in the local markets does not exceed two million dinars, which necessitated the movement of other activists towards the concerned department and prevent the concerned employees from manipulating the huts file until The presence of representatives of the Integrity Commission.[/size]
[size=45]The move by citizens and activists to activate the role of popular and media oversight on government performance and to pursue suspicions of corruption comes after a long era of inability of the regulatory and government authorities to pursue corrupt officials and those involved in looting public money, especially those belonging to influential parties, as there is often procrastination in major cases behind parties or organizations. influential political figures.[/size]
[size=45]Soon, dozens of activists gathered in front of the Shatrah Municipality Directorate, after viewing the video broadcast and hearing the aforementioned citizen's appeal, chanting (Here we are the corrupt ones, we didn't sleep at night), and they prevented the employees involved in the deal from entering their departments until representatives from the Integrity Commission attended. Dr. Falah Al-Hilali said during his participation in the demonstrations and his presence with representatives from the Integrity Commission to see the file of the huts, “What the activists mentioned about the suspicions of corruption is real. The deal, cost determination, and the purchase contract were all done in one day, and this is contrary to what is applied in contractual transactions in government departments.” He pointed out that he "followed up the matter with a committee from the Integrity Commission and two government committees that were formed quickly by the governor of Dhi Qar to investigate and find out the truth of the matter," expecting that "orders to release and withdraw the hand will be issued to officials involved in the deal."[/size]
[size=45]Al-Hilali, who was recently elected to the House of Representatives on behalf of the Citizens Extension Movement, called for cooperation in exposing corruption files and handing them over to the representatives who represent the October demonstrations for the purpose of adopting them, stressing the adoption of the anti-corruption file and its guarantee of exposing the corrupt.[/size]
[size=45]For his part, activist Amer Hussein Faran told Al-Mada that "the deal relates to 33 huts that were installed in a newly established park in Shatrah district, and the cost of each hut amounted to seven and a half million, with a total value estimated at about 250 million dinars," noting that "the approved price is exaggerated." It contains a lot and raises suspicions because the materials used in the manufacture of the hut are made of wood and the lighting is inexpensive according to market prices.”[/size]
[size=45]On the role of popular oversight in exposing corruption files, Faran said, “People oversight has an important role in exposing the corrupt and corruption deals, as they turn corruption issues into a public opinion issue that cannot be suppressed by the influential sponsors of corruption,” noting that “the cooperation of citizens in exposing corruption files is gaining importance. Double the provision of evidence required to hold the corrupt accountable.[/size]
[size=45]The civil activist stressed that “protecting public money is the duty of everyone, and it is a right guaranteed by the constitution to citizens who are keen to evaluate government performance and preserve the people’s property.”[/size]
[size=45]The civil activist rejoiced in the presence of independent deputies and Tishreen deputies who have the ability to pursue corruption and open the files of the corrupt, noting that "parliamentary pressure, when it coincides with field pressure from the demonstrators, can achieve the desired results in this field."[/size]
[size=45]Faran added that "the basis of parliamentarians' work is oversight, and their powers and immunity enable them to access official documents and expose corruption in them," stressing "the importance of activating the oversight role in Parliament by independent and October parliamentarians."[/size]
[size=45]The civil activist pledged that the fields of demonstrations would be supportive of any deputy working to open files of corruption and prosecute the corrupt.[/size]
[size=45]In turn, activist Abu Sajjad al-Shatri, one of the participants in the demonstration in front of the Shatrah Municipality Directorate, said, “The current stage is different from the previous stage, and we will pursue all corruption files, uncover the corrupt, and work to bring them to justice. He added, "Enough corruption, and the departments and their affiliates must work hard and with integrity in order to preserve public money."[/size]
[size=45]Al-Shatri explained that "the money that goes into corruption deals can save thousands of citizens from suffering the poverty they live in in a country full of wealth," noting that "the approved price for buying a hut can build more than one room for a poor family."[/size]
[size=45]The civil activist indicated that there are suspicions of corruption in many government departments, as one of the departments set the price of the electricity pole at three million five hundred thousand dinars, and this price is not commensurate with its real value, even if it was a gold restaurant, he said.[/size]
[size=45]Transparency International revealed, on January 29, 2021, in its report on the Corruption Index for 2020, announcing that Iraq advanced one rank compared to 2019, and the report included 180 countries in the Corruption Perceptions Index. Iraq ranked 160th in the hierarchy of countries included, with a score of 21 out of 100.[/size]
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