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    Parliamentary Integrity will summon the directors of ports, roads and bridges next week

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    Al-Sumaria News - Politics

    The Parliamentary Integrity Committee confirmed today, Tuesday, the summoning of the Director-General of Ports and the Director-General of Roads and Bridges next week, to direct questions to them about files it described as “important.”


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    The First Vice-Chairman of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, Alia Nassif, said in a statement received by Al-Sumaria News, “Among the questions that will be directed to the Director of Ports is a question regarding the electronic management contract No. 774, questions about the Welcome Square contract, and regarding the contract for the Japanese loan berth in Khor Al-Zubair Port.” And the contract for platform No. 7,” explaining, “As for the Director of Roads and Bridges, we will direct questions to him about the projects of the Al-Shumali-Al-Qasim Road, worth 87 billion dinars, the second corridor of the Hit-Haditha Road, worth 24 billion dinars, the rehabilitation and maintenance of the Baghdad-Kirkuk Road, worth 57 billion dinars, the road, and the road leading to... Basmaya worth 95 billion dinars and dozens of other questions.



    Nassif stressed that "the campaign of harassment currently practiced by electronic flies and blackmailed bloggers who are hired by some corrupt people will not hinder the oversight role of Parliament, and at the same time the judicial institution will take the necessary measures against everyone who attacks the authority of the people through social networking sites."

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