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Post by claud39 on Thu Feb 14, 2019 6:09 pm

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A newspaper talking about the involvement of al-Maliki suspicions of corruption in security contracts achieved by the American judiciary




February 15, 2019







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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The US Justice Department is conducting investigations with a military contractor for bribing Iraqi officials, including former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and his son and son-in-law to win extraordinary security contracts, the Daily Post reported .







The newspaper said in a survey conducted on Wednesday that the Ministry of Justice is conducting an investigation with the company of military contracts, "Saaliport Global Services" to ascertain that allegedly played a role in bribing Iraqi officials in exchange for winning extraordinary contracts, indicating that "influential individuals, including Nuri al-Maliki, Relations with a Kuwaiti company called Afaq, which allegedly sold access to and facilities for a large number of US military contracts . "

She explained that "the story of the company Horizons and its relations with US military contractors in Iraq came from two amounts disclosed with their information, despite the fact that this poses a personal danger to them."

The newspaper said it had met with more than 30 sources, including contractors and business people in Iraq, who asked not to be named for fear of possible reactions. One of them refused to speak more, saying "this is very secret ."

"Saliport operates military facilities in various parts of the Middle East and Central Asia, but the jewel of the company's crown is at Balad Air Base, a base in northern Baghdad that includes F-16s funded by the US government," she said.

"In January 2014, Saaliport received a contract from the Air Force to provide security support, training and protection services to Al Qaeda, including essential services such as food and electric power at the base. Saaliport received $ 1.1 billion for its services at Base country".

The newspaper quoted sources from the company "Saliport" as well as other sources of senior associates at the base of the country's office and the company's head office in Virginia, described by Afaq as a "partner".

The investigation revealed that "documents filed by the Commission for Security and Exchange of Caliborn reveal that in October 2016 claimed an associate in the Iraqi Ministry of Defense that the company Afaq promised Iraqi government officials to provide funds for them to register the name of the company Saliport as a contractor to provide services to the base of Balad, As an Iraqi country base and the Iraqi government have the right to determine the contractor hired to work there. "

The newspaper pointed out that 17 sources confirmed the links of the company "horizons" with officials in the Iraqi government, where the company is facilitating matters with Iraqi officials, while revealed sources, according to the newspaper, some of them have direct information, the involvement of Nuri al-Maliki, where they said that " Full dominance of Afaq, while the other section was secondary. "

The sources also reported that "the son of al-Maliki, Ahmed al-Maliki and then his brother-in-law Yasser Sakhil al-Maliki, a current deputy, also deal with prospects," indicating that "the former prime minister does not manage all the details of prospects," but they claimed that he receives a wage and that relationship was successful For Saleport.

"The US Department of Justice is now investigating possible violations of US laws that limit external corrupt practices that Salliport has committed through its relationship with Afaq. The Caliborn file states that the government investigation examines whether the previous management of Saaliport Takes note of or is supposed to have knowledge of alleged bribes promised by Afaq to Iraqi government officials. "

In August 2016, Afaq filed a lawsuit against Salliport in the Iraqi courts to charge it $ 70 million and then repay $ 90 million. Both cases lost their obligations but did not give up. Prospects for the case were reopened and a court of discrimination Ruled that "Saaliport is a city of prospects for more than $ 56 million. However, the amount has not been paid because Saliport has challenged the decision and won again for not providing sufficient evidence."

Saliport is a contract company run by a holding company called Caliporn, owned by DC Capital Partners, a US private equity firm .
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