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    Hundreds of truck drivers protest in Basra

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    Post by Hkp1 Sun 26 May 2013, 2:16 pm

    Hundreds of truck drivers protest in Basra


    Sunday, 26 May 2013 13:31

    Shafaq
    News / Hundreds of truck drivers and traders in Basra province
    protested on Sunday, in front of Safwan port border to protest the new
    measures taken by the General Directorate of Ports in inspection of
    goods entering from Kuwait.

    “Nearly 400 people of truck drivers,
    traders and workers protested this morning in front of Safwan border
    port against the decision issued by the Directorate General of Ports
    border to cancel the inspection of sonar device and rely on direct staff
    in the port to inspect goods coming from Kuwait via taking them off the
    trucks,” a local official in Safwan sub-district told “Shafaq News”.

    “The
    demonstrators tried to storm the office of Safwan port office but its
    bodyguards fired shots in the air and prevented their entry to prevent
    the evolving of events while demonstrators started throwing water
    bottles towards staff and security elements operating in the port,” the
    official said.

    The National Alliance MP for Basra province, Susan
    Saad revealed in the 14th of current May that most sonar devices to
    detect explosives don’t work in border ports in Basra.

    It is
    noted that the outgoing Deputy Chairman of the provincial council in
    Basra, Ahmed Al Sulaiti noted in the 15th of current May, addressing the
    Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Finance on the subject of
    sonar devices, stressing the lack of response to their demands in this
    regard.

    It is worth mentioning that Iraq imported in 2007
    detectors of explosives (ID-651) from (ITCS) British Company, despite
    exposure of its ineffective to the Iraqi public, but the Iraqi
    government insisted on using it; what caused the death and injury of
    thousands of Iraqis, observers have pointed out then, that millions of
    dollars were obtained by the implementers of the deal because of the
    declared price difference and the price of real devices.


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