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    Al-Sudani agrees to terminate the contract of the Canadian company for securing Baghdad Airport

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    Post by Rocky Wed Jan 04, 2023 6:49 am

    Al-Sudani agrees to terminate the contract of the Canadian company for securing Baghdad Airport

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    Economy News-Baghdad
    Today, Wednesday, the Iraqi Civil Aviation Authority announced the approval of the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani, to terminate the contract concluded with the Canadian company (Bizins lntel) for the security protection of Baghdad International Airport.
    And the authority stated in a statement, "As a result of the large number of appeals from members of the House of Representatives and the indication of some negative observations from several oversight authorities against the security company contracting to protect Baghdad International Airport, and in light of these appeals, the Prime Minister directed the formation of an investigative committee to follow up on procedures and violations related to the subject of contracting according to Diwani Order 22119 On 11/6/2022 between the Civil Aviation Authority and the aforementioned company.
    The authority confirmed that "the committee recommended that there are several breaches in the contract concluded with it, especially with regard to its failure to obtain a license to practice the profession issued by the Ministry of Interior in accordance with the provisions of Security Companies Law No. 52 of 2017."
    She indicated, "her right, in accordance with the provisions of the law, to resort to the judiciary in the event of damage or consequences affecting her as a result of that contract."


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