[size=36]Nassif calls for stopping the aviation authority's contract with a company dealing with the "Israeli" entity[/size]
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MP Alia Nassif demanded, today, Tuesday, the Federal Integrity Commission, the Public Prosecution and the Federal Financial Supervision Bureau to stop the aviation authority's contract with a company dealing with the Israeli entity.
Nassif said in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of it, that "the Civil Aviation Authority, represented by its general manager, Nael Saad Abdel Hadi, intends to contract with this company, and is putting pressure on the director of the legal department and the director of the contracts department because of their refusal to contract with this company because it does not meet the conditions of the tender. Regarding the issue of security protection at Baghdad International Airport, as similar works were not presented at international airports supported by certificates issued by those airports and certified by Iraqi embassies.
The statement added, "This company was established in 2014, which means that it has no experience in this field, and its CEO is (Hafiz Oki) of Afghan origin and has asylum in Canada. In addition, this company has dealings with the Israeli occupation through Barakat Company." .
And he indicated that "the Director General of the Civil Aviation Authority lobbied to compel the Director of the Legal Department and the Director of the Contracts Department to pass the contract with this company despite the violations, with the assistance of his office manager."
Nassif demanded "to open an investigation on the matter with everyone whose name was mentioned in the matter and seeks to hand over the security of Baghdad Airport to such unreformed companies." Ended 29 / M 99