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The Parliamentary Services Committee attributed the reasons for the delay in service projects in Iraq to the rampant corruption in the joints of the state, calling for an investigation into compensation for the disappeared projects.
Committee member Mahma Khalil said, “Most areas of Baghdad suffer from poor services despite the astronomical allocations allocated to them,” noting that “there is no progress in the service situation, and most projects are tainted by corruption.”
The MP criticized “the lack of coordination between Baghdad Governorate and the relevant departments charged with implementing projects,” noting that “many service and infrastructure projects have been exhausted by corruption and must be investigated by the judiciary.”
He pointed out that “most of the large projects in the regions have disappeared, and the contractors who implemented them have received extinction compensation, even though they were the ones who caused their extinction,” stressing “the necessity of investigating these projects and holding those who are negligent accountable.”
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