[size=30]A waste of public money worth 16 billion dinars was revealed in an electrical contract[/size][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
And the investigation department of the authority indicated, through a statement that NRT Arabic received a copy of it (November 1, 2021), that "the field team of the Dhi Qar investigation office took a quick action, after information was available that there was a waste of public money and violations in the contract to establish an electric power plant in the province, Indicating that the move resulted in controlling the priorities of the project, as well as the report of the Federal Financial Supervision Bureau, which included a number of observations that prevented the delivery of the project.
The department added that "the team was negligent and negligent by the beneficiary department (Ur Company) and the project executing agency (the General Company for Electrical Industries) that led to a waste of the contract amounting to (16,637,600,000) billion dinars, indicating that the project was not completed, Although it was referred in 2011 with a completion period of (14) months, due to the delay in implementation, and the lack of supervision and serious follow-up to the implementation process.
And she added, "The violations consisted of paying 90% of the contract value upon signing, and the failure of any party as a result of the damage to the plant after it was burned, in addition to not claiming the delay fines owed by the company to which the project was assigned amounting to (3,327,520,000) billion dinars, as well as Partial initial delivery of the project, despite the fact that the contract stipulates the delivery of the project after its complete completion (turnkey).
She pointed out that "there are (46) observations that prevent the receipt of the project, as indicated by the report of the Federal Financial Supervision Bureau, including the lack of requirements and conditions for occupational safety and extinguishing materials, and this was one of the reasons for the station's burning, while the investigative papers were presented to the competent investigative judge, who decided Writing down the statements of the legal representative of the Ministry of Industry and Minerals, and conducting an administrative investigation by the ministry.
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