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PostSubject: The seizure of 13 desalination plants in Basra has not been operational since 2006   Sun Sep 30, 2018 1:15 pm

The seizure of 13 desalination plants in Basra has not been operational since 2006



30-09-2018 11:54 AM

The investigation department of the Integrity Commission revealed on Sunday the seizure of a number of desalination plants in the province of Basra, which was handed over to Iraq through donor countries, has not been operating since its inception in 2006, which led to the destruction and theft of some parts.

In a statement on the details of the operation, the department said that the investigation team and the judicial control of the Commission's investigation department in Basra, which moved to the site of the stations, managed to control (13) RO desalination plants with a capacity of 10-48 tons Indicating that these stations were provided by some donor countries and were established in 2006 in a number of districts and districts of the province.

She explained that 'all these stations have not been operated and benefited from the establishment since - and so far - suspended from work, and led to the disappearance of the devices and' filter 'liquidation and pipes, as well as some of the parts of the theft.

The department confirmed 'the organization of the minutes of the seizure of assets in the stations, and the presentation of investigative papers to the competent investigating judge; to take appropriate legal action.

The Integrity Commission announced on 17/9/2018 the transfer of the Chairman of the Board Judge (Izzat Tawfiq Jafar) accompanied by the Director General of the Investigation Department in the body and Inspector General of the Ministry of Oil, to the province of Basra; to directly supervise the work of the investigative team in charge of standing on projects languishing in Governorate and other southern governorates.

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PostSubject: Re: The seizure of 13 desalination plants in Basra has not been operational since 2006   Sun Sep 30, 2018 1:29 pm

Integrity blew up surprise announcement of the results of an investigation on desalination plants Basra



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The Department of Investigation in the Integrity Commission on the seizure of a number of desalination plants in the province of Basra, which was handed over to Iraq by donor countries, has not been operating since its inception in 2006, which led to the destruction and theft of some parts.

The Department, referring to the details of the operation, pointed out that the investigation team and the judicial control in the Directorate of Investigation of the Commission in Basra, which moved to the site of the stations, was able to control (13) RO desalination plants with a capacity of 10 - 48 tons At one hour, indicating that these stations were provided by some donor countries and were established in 2006 in a number of districts and areas of the province.

She explained that all these stations have not been operated and benefited from since its inception, which is - until now - out of work, and this led to the disappearance of the machines and "filters" and pipes, as well as some of the parts of the theft.

The Department confirmed the organization of the minutes of the seizure of assets in the stations, and presented the investigative papers to the competent investigating judge; to take appropriate legal action.

The Integrity Commission announced on 17/9/2018 the transfer of the Chairman of the Board Judge (Izzat Tawfiq Jafar) accompanied by the Director General of the Investigation Department in the body and Inspector General of the Ministry of Oil, to the province of Basra; to directly supervise the work of the investigative team in charge of standing on projects languishing in Governorate and other southern governorates.

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