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The minister of electricity is investigating the report in a US newspaper on corruption cases

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The minister of electricity is investigating the report in a US newspaper on corruption cases

Post by RamblerNash on Mon Nov 19, 2018 10:41 pm

The minister of electricity is investigating the report in a US newspaper on corruption cases

Monday 19 November

BAGHDAD ( Reuters) -
Electricity Minister Loay Khatib on Monday questioned an American newspaper report on corruption cases.

The Ministry of Electricity said in a statement received by Alsumaria News, a copy of it, "in response to the report published in the newspaper" Wall Street Journal "US, Minister of Electricity Luay Khatib, the Office of the Inspector General of the Ministry to investigate what he said.

The ministry added that "the ministry's vision for the next phase depends on two essential factors equally important, the efficiency in providing Iraq's electricity and financial and administrative integrity in all sections of the ministry."

The ministry stressed "its efforts to address all aspects of corruption and to bring corrupt people to justice within the administrative and legal contexts, and is also keen not to lead efforts to combat corruption to prejudice the reputation of its members without evidence," calling on the newspaper "to provide the documents and evidence of what came in Report ".

The US Wall Street Journal confirmed in a report that General Electric was seeking energy sales in Iraq, but a report highlighting corruption concerns in a study prepared for the company shows its difficulty in trying to work, local media reported.


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