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Deputy: Education Contract Funds Are Enough To Meet Iraq's Need For Schools

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Post by rocky Thu 27 Jan 2022, 6:48 am

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The Information/Baghdad...
The independent representative, Basem Khashan, confirmed, on Thursday, that the corruption of the Ministry of Education starts from the pyramid and ends with the assistants, noting that the money spent on school contracts is sufficient to meet the needs of Iraq completely.
Khashan said in a statement to the "Information" agency, that "there is great corruption in school building contracts and corruption in the process of demolishing old and dilapidated schools, which helped to resort to mud schools, especially in the countryside."
He pointed out that "there is a great financial waste of state funds by the Ministry of Education," noting that "the money spent on school contracts is sufficient to fully meet Iraq's need for new schools."
Khashan pointed out that "corruption is present in all contracts of the Ministry of Education, especially contracts for building modern schools."
It should be noted that statistics revealed earlier that there are more than 2000 clay schools spread in a wide number of Iraqi provinces and cities. finished/25
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