Parliamentary: More than 80 Iraqi government companies have turned into losers, borrowing their salaries from the finance
Al-Jubouri said during a press conference held at the parliament building and attended by Shafak News Agency correspondent, that there are 83 factories and laboratories such as cement, steel, sulfur, frankincense, leather, textile, medicine, cars and others, which have turned into a loss that borrows their salaries in the form of advances from the Ministry of Finance, and these advances annually amount to more than One trillion and 82 billion Iraqi dinars as a result of rampant corruption in the Ministry of Industry and Minerals.
He added, "Corruption in the ministry has turned into a complex and organized corruption that has reached advanced stages, moving to the stage of sabotaging and destroying the national industry and hitting the local product, which cannot be tolerated."
Al-Jubouri also accused the Minister of Industry and Minerals, Manhal Aziz Al-Khabbaz, his deputy for planning affairs, Youssef Muhammad Al-Janabi, and a number of general managers, through their positions, of destroying the national industry by referring most of the ministry’s factories and laboratories to investment for companies that are not solid, contrary to the provisions of the laws, in addition to selling production lines as scrap and scrap. As happened in Mosul laboratories.
He continued, "We submitted 24 corruption files to the Integrity and Public Prosecution Commission, and they were personally handed over to the Director General of Investigations in the Integrity Commission, and 120 deputies signed these files, and an official letter was sent to Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi in order to ensure the progress of the investigation to withdraw the hand of a minister." The industry and its agent and the invalidation of all contracts signed in the caretaker government.
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