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Shafaq News/ The Federal Integrity Commission announced, on Thursday, that it had carried out seizures of violations and waste of public money, noting that a notary public exceeded the limits of the position and damaged his client with an amount of 9 billion dinars.
The commission said in a statement, received by Shafaq News Agency, that it had carried out (4) operations to control cases of waste of public money, violations and exceeding job limits, in a number of departments in Karbala governorate.
The Commission’s Investigation Department stated that the staff of the Karbala Investigation Office, which moved to the Middle Euphrates Quarries Directorate, revealed forged receipts for the purchase of materials for the filter sand factory in the Ain Al-Tamr quarries of the Directorate, pointing out that this led to a waste of public money amounting to (134,000,000) Million dinars.
The department added that, during a separate operation, violations were detected in referring the Al-Ukhaidir site for Space and Al-Raml Al-Maghsoul to a contracting company. For the purpose of investment, contrary to the investment contract concluded between Karbala Governorate and the Middle Euphrates Quarries Directorate in the governorate; This led to a waste of public money amounting to (99,473,000) million dinars.
She explained that a team from the commission's investigation office in the province monitored the notary public in Karbala exceeding the limits of his job. Which led to damage to the principal by more than (9,000,000,000) billion dinars, indicating that the notary public issued a power of attorney from the first principal in which he authorized the second agent with powers outside the limits of his agency (the right to sell), without this right being empowered to the first agent, who exploited the agency and sold shares His representative in a securities company for the aforementioned amount.
She pointed out that the team revealed irregularities in granting two investment licenses in the Karbala Investment Commission, noting that two licenses were granted to one of the investors. To implement a dairy and cheese factory, and another factory for the production of cups and plastic utensils for the investor, without allocating a plot of land for the two projects.
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