policy , 06/07/2023 10:21 , the number of readings: 123
The Investigation Department of the Integrity Commission announced that it has carried out operations to control mis-implementation of a project worth a billion dinars, manipulation of customs declarations, waste of public money and forgery in a number of departments of Wasit Governorate.
The department stated in a statement, “The team of the Wasit Investigation Office, which moved to the governorate office, set the priorities for the governorate to receive the project to establish a park at a cost of (1,090,871,000) billion dinars in the Numaniyah district, despite the poor implementation, indicating that the project was referred to a general contracting company.” The local limited company within the regional development projects for the year 2012.
And she added, "The team following up on the work of the Zurbatiya border crossing and the Control and Investigation Division, which seized the original (266) customs declarations that were issued during the months of January and February of this year," noting that "an examination of a sample of customs declarations belonging to a company revealed that Manipulation by employees of the appraisal unit at the port, in calculating the dollar value of the goods, for the purpose of reducing the value of the fee, which led to damage to public money.
And she confirmed, “Setting the priorities for the purchase of (85) solar energy cell systems by the Kut Dam Project Administration, for the purpose of lighting the dam, noting that the cells that were purchased in 2010, for an amount of (226,900,000) million dinars, were left in the warehouses and were not used. Which made it vulnerable to damage and extinction. As for the Kut Municipality Directorate, a forged transaction was seized to allocate a piece of land to the segment of the displaced outside Iraq," pointing to "forging the signature and seal of the municipality's legal representative in the written declaration submitted in the transaction."[/rtl]
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