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    Al-Fatlawi: The telecom companies’ debt file will be opened

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    The spokesman for the State of Law coalition, MP Aqeel Al-Fatlawi, announced today, Thursday, that the debt file of “telecommunications companies” will be opened, confirming that a settlement has been reached with one of them.


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    Al-Fatlawi said in his speech to the program (Openly), broadcast by Al-Sumaria TV, that “the Parliamentary Transport and Communications Committee succeeded last week in settling the debts of one of the mobile phone companies (Korek), which acknowledged the debts owed to it and we agreed that it would pay them,” indicating that “settlement is the best.” Solutions between the Communications Authority and Korek regarding paying its debts, because it has more than 7 million subscribers.”



    He pointed out that "many files will be opened regarding other telecommunications companies because there is no way for them to exist unless they pay their debts," and stressed "the need for the Telecommunications Authority to deal comfortably with companies for the purpose of reaching positive results and a settlement regarding debt payment."

    He pointed out that "corruption is rampant due to political influence, but not in a very clear way because there is good oversight and some corrupt people fear it, and it takes great courage on the part of the government to end it," explaining that "the southern border crossings are controlled, but not 100% due to the presence of some political parties." Which has the depth to benefit from it, but the northern one does not.”

    Regarding the American presence, Al-Fatlawi stressed that “the American forces carried out a hateful and unjustified attack that claimed the lives of some martyrs, and it is an assault on Iraqi sovereignty,” noting that “there are fears and discomfort with the American presence in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.], and we have a strategic treaty approved in 2011 that allows [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to He preserves his security, the safety of his citizens, his land, and his sovereignty, and popular anger may erupt demanding the withdrawal of American forces, and this will have undesirable consequences.”

    He stated, "We have not evaluated the official government position regarding the American bombing, and there may be other reactions than what appeared, and we are waiting for a stronger and strict position," calling on "decision-makers in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to be careful of such strikes that may lead to breaking the contract between them and [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]."

    He continued, "The government's embarrassment is limited to the surrounding risks, and also the balancing act between warning [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and needing it because of the difficult challenges facing [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]."

    He continued, "The idea of ​​changing the regime in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] is futile unless there are people who want to turn the tables and return [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to square one, because change is only possible in the ballot boxes," noting that "the Sudanese government does not face real opposition and most of the existing political components support its program." "It has a good chance of success."

    He added, "The government's performance has made slow progress and has not lived up to the level of ambition, but we have not been unable to believe that it will succeed," noting that "external pressures on the government have less impact than before, and [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] has made great strides due to building good relations with regional and global countries and is seeking to form economic partnerships." The path of development and the opening of Al-Faw port require such matters to increase their effectiveness.”

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