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    Post by Rocky Wed 15 Mar 2023, 7:08 am

    [rtl]Disclosure of the most dangerous files that threaten the lives of the Iraqi people in the Ministry of Commerce and Najaf Airport![/rtl]

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    [rtl]Baghdad-Iraq today:

    The Parliamentary Integrity, Transportation and Communications Committees revealed two corruption files, one of which is related to the Ministry of Commerce and threatens the lives of millions, and the other is related to Al-Najaf Airport.[/rtl]

    [rtl]A member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, Hadi al-Salami, said in a press interview that "the file of suspicions of corruption in the Ministry of Commerce has been referred to the Federal Integrity Commission," pointing out that "there are movements by members of the House of Representatives from Basra Governorate regarding the file as well.”[/rtl]
    [rtl]Al-Salami emphasized: "Continuing to follow up on suspicions of corruption in the Ministry of Commerce, because the issue is related to the interests of the Iraqi people, especially the issue of the food basket."[/rtl]
    [rtl]He added, "Another file related to the issue of suspicions of corruption at Najaf Airport and the waste of billions in it is being worked on, and a weekly summary of the airport will be prepared."[/rtl]
    [rtl]He pointed out that "all corruption files will be handed over to the Integrity Committee, and the director of Al-Najaf Airport will be hosted," noting that "the file will also be handed over to the Transportation and Communications Committee, in preparation for hosting the airport director by the two committees.”[/rtl]
    [rtl]And he stressed "continuing to follow up the file, because corruption has become widespread at the airport and has gone too far, in addition to the existence of a rebellion by the airport director and officials in the Ministry of Transport as well as the prime minister's office."[/rtl]
    [rtl]In turn, a member of the Parliamentary Transportation and Communications Committee, Amer Abdel-Jabbar, said in a press interview, "The report that was received about a ship carrying a contaminated cargo requires immediate intervention by Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani."[/rtl]
    [rtl]Abdul-Jabbar called on the Prime Minister to "take strong and immediate action to prevent shipments from leaking to citizens, stop the shipment from passing through, and check the report received by Representative Hadi al-Salami," stressing "the need for the report to take its course to a quick investigative committee.[/rtl]
    [rtl]He continued, "We suggest to Al-Sudanese the formation of a committee from the Ministries of Environment, Health and Finance represented by the Customs Authority and the Ministry of Transport, which works to destroy every damaged or contaminated shipment, especially since the customs law stipulates that any shipment remaining in warehouses after 90 days or more is destroyed.[/rtl]
    [rtl]He revealed, "There are attempts by some merchants for what is called re-export, by obtaining approval for that after reporting that the shipment is damaged for re-export, then it is taken to the open sea, its bags and the expiry date are changed and re-entered," adding: "And so that there is no To encourage merchants and prevent the re-entry or passage of damaged and expired shipments, we propose to burn the shipments through a five-member committee formed by a Diwani order.[/rtl]
    [rtl]Regarding the file of Al-Najaf Al-Ashraf Airport, Abdul-Jabbar said, "Although there have already been points of contention represented in the management of Al-Najaf Al-Ashraf Airport, corruption and the many suspicions that hover around it, and we have previously submitted complaints and proposals to former prime ministers, and directors have been issued to address the airport situation to find out where its revenues go and who is responsible for management and related issues.[/rtl]

    [rtl]He stressed "the importance of returning the airport to the Civil Aviation Authority through a decision by the Council of Ministers, while preserving the financial allocations and keeping them to the holy city of Najaf in order to be in support of the province, but as an administration it must shift from forming political groups to the Civil Aviation Authority.[/rtl]


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