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Parliament verified the corruption of electricity contracts with "General Electric"

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Parliament verified the corruption of electricity contracts with "General Electric"

Post by claud39 on Fri Dec 14, 2018 7:12 am


Parliament verified the corruption of electricity contracts with "General Electric" 


Information / Baghdad ..
Between the MP for the coalition building Ali al-Ghanmi, Friday, that the parliament rejects the presence of US companies investment in Iraq, which came for political interests, indicating that the parliament intends to verify the existence of suspicions of corruption in the file, "General Electric" the United States.
Al-Ghanami said in a statement to Al-Maaloumah that "the parliament rejects the existence of American investment companies present by political interests, as these companies get more investment opportunities than others and they deal with financial values ​​and remittances away from Iraqi law, which should be addressed in toto Through the government and parliament. "
He added that "American companies, especially General Electric, have question marks, as the progress of these companies must be reflected in the service reality. There are large contracts with the company, while the money did not meet the desired purpose of the electricity service, which requires a review of the statement. This company is entitled to this money or not through a specialized technical committee. "
He pointed out that "the parliament is obliged to follow up and review what has been spent and wasted money to American companies and know whether it was budget or otherwise, where will be asked sectoral sectors that contracted with those companies to clarify the matter." End 25 n

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