Parliamentary recommendation to government institutions to contract with specialized companies to avoid corruption and waste of public money
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Deputy Chairman of the Committee, Yasser Al-Husseini, criticized, in a press conference today, Wednesday, that the Energy Ministerial Council approved a recommendation regarding the contracting of the Central Refineries Company / Karbala Refinery Project to implement the order for the supply of chemicals , catalysts, oils and reserve materials in the manner of direct contracting with the project contractor (the Korean consortium).
And he explained, "The quantities of materials are known to the ministry and the company, and the competent authority has a warehouse system for disbursing them and balancing the available and disbursed ones for the purpose of perpetuating work and avoiding delay in the work of the refinery."
He added, “The company referred to in the recommendation is an intermediary company and does not manufacture the required materials according to the information made available to us, which causes this procedure to waste public money, in addition to the fact that the Karbala refinery has not been fully operated until now," returning that "
He went on to say, "In the event that there are companies specialized in the processing of these materials, it is more legally correct to resort to announcing a tender and selecting the best and lowest bids, or obtaining a decision from the Council of Ministers." to contract directly in the event that the issue is
monopolistically”, calling on the concerned company to prepare an urgent study and a schedule of quantities for the refineries' need for the raw materials required for their operation and to set strategic stocks of them, especially as we are approaching the summer season, which requires an abundance of kerosene production, for example”, stressing that this is the same thing that happens in the Ministry's companies The industry is what made it profitable and economically useless companies. End 5[/rtl]