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    [size=52]Alia Nassif praises stopping the contracts of electronic payment companies that unjustly plundered people's money[/size]

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    Representative Alia Nassif described the Prime Minister’s decision to stop monopolistic contracts for electronic payment companies as “a step in the right direction to break the monopoly of these companies that plundered citizens’ pockets,” calling for “any government bank manager who proves to be complicit with these companies to be held accountable.”[/size]
    [size=45]And she said in a statement today: “These monopolistic companies have for many years looted people’s money unjustly through arbitrary deductions, such as the Iraq Gate Company for its owner, Muhammad Al-Jarjafji, which deducts large sums of money from citizens’ salaries and prevents any other company from entering this field through collusion with important personalities.” In government banks, and the Qi Card company for its owner, Bahaa Abdul Hussein, which defies the state and refuses to hand over the citizens’ database, bearing in mind that the existence of a database of Iraqi citizens in the possession of a private company based abroad is treason to the homeland.[/size]
    [size=45]And Nassif continued: “We hope that the Prime Minister will start holding these companies accountable and recover people’s money from them, and the most important thing is to hold accountable some government bank managers and branch managers who are complicit with the owners of these notorious monopolistic companies.[/size]
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