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Contractors demand the Mosul government for 60 billion dinars spent on paper

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Contractors demand the Mosul government for 60 billion dinars spent on paper Empty Contractors demand the Mosul government for 60 billion dinars spent on paper

Post by rocky Wed 07 Sep 2022, 7:06 am

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[size=52]Contractors demand the Mosul government for 60 billion dinars spent on paper[/size]

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[size=45]After ten years of waiting, the contractors' money reached the banks in Nineveh, and the banks sent a letter to the concerned ministries and institutions that the contractors to whom the governorate owed billions had received their dues, but the story did not end there.[/size]
[size=45]What is stranger than the long wait, is that dozens of contractors to whom the government owes about 60 billion dinars, gathered in front of the Nineveh Governorate building, stressing that they had not received a single dinar yet, and they demanded to reveal the fate of their money, and to which corrupt pocket it went.[/size]
[size=45]Ahmed Salal, a contractor, told UTV, “The aim of our endowment is to receive our dues that have been more than 10 years old, and a part of them since 2012, and these dues were supposed to be paid 10 months ago, as they were released from Baghdad and the accounts and banks arrived in Nineveh, and now We want to know where the money went."[/size]
[size=45]Contractors and workers in the building and construction sector contracting with the local government in Nineveh and its service departments face several problems, starting from the difficulty in obtaining contracts, most of which are referred to companies and contractors from outside the governorate, in addition to the difficulty of obtaining their money and rights owed by these departments and ministries.[/size]
[size=45]The delay in disbursing the dues of contractors and companies operating in Nineveh Governorate after completing dozens of important strategic projects, raises doubts about the consequences of this delay and the beneficiaries of non-disbursement of their dues, especially after announcing their disbursement before it reaches its beneficiaries, as is happening today.[/size]
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