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    Parliamentary Integrity: Extending the Basra Pipeline - an obstacle to wasting Iraqi money

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    Post by Rocky Sat 15 Jun 2024, 5:04 am

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    Information / Baghdad.. 
    Member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, Hadi Al-Salami, said today, Saturday, that laying the Basra-Oqaba pipeline is a waste of Iraqi funds. 
    Al-Salami told Al-Maalouma Agency, “There are many comments about spending billions on extending the Basra-Aqaba pipeline, as the government’s insistence on extending the pipeline raises suspicions of corruption related to wasting public money.”
    He added, "Jordan's position on Iraq is hostile, and it is not possible to sign a memorandum of understanding or agreement with this country." 
    He explained that "the extension of the oil pipeline from Basra to Aqaba has major suspicions of corruption, calling on Parliament and the regulatory authorities to stop opposing the completion of the pipeline project." Ended / 25h

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