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    Calls for a secret and urgent investigation into the electricity file since 2005

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    Post by Rocky Tue 11 Jun 2024, 6:59 am

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    Baghdad/Al-Masala Al-Hadath: Since the United States invaded Iraq in 2003, and with the succession of governments until now, Iraq has been suffering from a major crisis in the electricity sector.
    Corruption and poor planning are a large part of this problem.
    There are estimates that Iraq has spent tens of billions of dollars in an attempt to improve electricity, however, there is still a severe shortage in providing electricity to citizens.
    Financial and technical challenges in the Iraqi electricity sector include lack of investment and upgrades in infrastructure, political interference, an inappropriate billing system, and importing electricity from other countries rather than developing local production.
    Although anti-corruption bodies have been formed in Iraq, challenges still remain. There must be a serious focus on improving management
    On Tuesday, legal expert Ali Al-Tamimi described the investigation into the electricity file by a parliamentary committee as a “huge step,” while calling on the committee to conduct its investigation confidentially.
    Al-Tamimi said, in a statement to Al-Masala, that “the Parliament’s investigative committee is a huge step to uncover all corruption files in the Electricity Administration from 2005 to today, and it is certainly a big step that is credited to Parliament in reviewing all contracts, receipts and contracting with companies and noting the disbursements that were estimated at more than 60.” Billion dollars. This committee also has broad legal powers in accordance with the constitution and has the right to refer all crimes it discovers to integrity in terms of work in the distribution and transmission of electricity. This committee faces cumulative corruption and is doing a tremendous job of monitoring previous governments.
    He added that the success of the committee will restore the positive view of Parliament as an effective oversight body and will provide support to the judiciary to take legal measures against those who destroyed Iraqis with fire and heat. These crimes, I see as terrorism and crimes against humanity, do not have a statute of limitations, and smuggled funds can be recovered, as can those wanted abroad.
    He continued: The committee needs its investigation to be secret, away from the media, to use the reports of the Financial Supervision Bureau, and to focus on the major accused. Its work will not be long, meaning this committee is supported by the people.
    He stressed that everyone will wait for the results of the important and great investigation, especially since it is like ice that cools the hearts of Iraqis that have been burned by the summer heat without electricity for many lean years.
    He continued: Not to mention the investigation carried out by the Public Prosecution in accordance with Law 49 of 2017, Articles 2 and 5, as these crimes are not subject to the statute of limitations according to Article 27 of the Constitution.
    He concluded that the strategy of looking into past crimes is a positive behavior that will help deter crime and recover money.
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