Document .. a new case against the Minister of Oil and the judiciary intervenes
Shafaq News/ The Second Karkh Investigation Court specialized in integrity issues issued, on Tuesday, an order prohibiting the disposal of a plot of land seized by the National Oil Company under the direction of Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar.
According to a document issued by the court on today, seen by Shafak News Agency, the court directed the first real estate registration department in Karkh to stop the procedures for transferring the ownership of the piece of paper (7-18 District 20 Daoudi) to its occupants, because the Karkh court is conducting an investigation into the information that the oil company has established The National Authority to seize the privileged lands belonging to the Central Oil Company in the Mansour Daoudi area, in contravention of the law of selling and renting state funds.
And in order to complete the investigations duly, the court decided, in its decision dated 9/20/2022, to put a sign prohibiting disposal on the plot numbered (7/18).
District 20 Daoudi) to take the necessary action, indicate the content of our decision, and inform us.”
Earlier today, a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee Hadi Al-Salami filed a complaint with the Iraqi Public Prosecution against the acting Minister of Finance (also Minister of Oil) Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar Ismail, on charges of deliberate delay in the release of financial funds within the Emergency Food Security Support Law.
According to the complaint submitted by Al-Salami, and Shafak News Agency obtained a copy of it, "the Minister of Finance deliberately delayed releasing the financial funds for the ministries and governorates."
The complaint notes that "this deliberate delay led to the failure to implement projects in the ministries and governorates."
Al-Salami demanded the Public Prosecution Office to file a complaint against the Agency's Minister of Finance "because of negligence, negligence and harm to the interests of the Iraqi people."
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