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Post by claud39 on Tue Mar 05, 2019 10:13 am

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[ltr]Baghdad: Al-Furat News Nineveh province called on the security services to carry out orders against those wanted for the fall of Mosul, including former governor Athil Nujaifi.[/ltr]

[ltr]Al-Aakoub said in a press conference that "the security services to carry out orders against those wanted for the case, including former governor Athil Nujaifi," asserting that "the specialized committee to investigate the issue of the fall of Mosul under the control of Daed has not completed its work so far." 
He stressed that "the population of Nineveh are displaced again to the Kurdistan region," noting that "the UN estimates confirm the need for Nineveh to 42 billion dollars for reconstruction." 
"There is no truth to the existence of imaginary projects and corruption in the province," he said, calling for "the reconstruction of Mosul, and implementation of the court decisions issued in the arrest of those wanted in the grip of the fall of Mosul, including Ethel Nujaifi." 
He accused the governor of Nineveh "space stations to pay citizens to criticize him," stressing that "I am the first to appear before the judiciary to clear my yard," noting that "No citizen is arrested without a decision of the judiciary, and will hold all those who detain citizens without reference to the judiciary "He said. 
He pointed out that "the issue of Sinjar is a thorny issue, and there are communications and actions must be taken by Baghdad," pointing out that "the security forces managed to free some of the Yazidiat and was contacted by their families to return them." [/ltr]
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Post by claud39 on Wed Mar 06, 2019 8:50 pm

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In the forefront of Maliki .. Governor of Nineveh demands the arrest of those responsible for the fall of Mosul



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Nineveh governor Nawfal al- Aakoub demanded that the defendants be arrested for causing the fall of Mosul and its occupation by a terrorist organization. 

"The security services must arrest those accused of the fall of Mosul, who helped terrorism to kill thousands of innocent people under the control of terrorism, " Aakoub told a news conference. 

 He continued: "The government is required to hold accountable those responsible for the fall of Mosul and the fall of the fair punishment them." 

Mosul was occupied by an organization calling the terrorist on June 10, 2014, when Nuri al - Maliki was prime minister and commander-in-chief of the armed forces. Maliki was later 

accused of being the first to blame for the fall of the city by ordering the army to withdraw from the city.
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Governor of Nineveh launched a fierce attack on Nujaifi on the fall of Mosul Empty Nineveh Council: the fate of the inaction of the parliament and the government

Post by claud39 on Wed Mar 06, 2019 8:58 pm

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He confirmed the Council of Nineveh province, on Wednesday, not having any validity on the fact - finding parliamentary report in Mosul, noting that the parliament and the government are two of the survival of the conservative decide [url=https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/ar/Story/t/1089/%D9%86%D9%88%D9%81%D9%84 %D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B9%D8%A7%D9%83%D9%88%D8%A8]Novell [/url]Akub or not as in the events of Kirkuk. 

Council member Hossam al-Abbar said that "the reports of the parliamentary fact-finding committee, as well as the investigation of the government situation in Mosul, completely removed the authority of the provincial council from the subject of accountability of any involved in corruption files within the report." 

He added that "the scenario of Kirkuk in the accounting of the governor Necmettin Karim will be returned in Mosul through the decision of the parliament or the government on the survival of the scribe or other personality or not," calling for "not to take any decision in accordance with political trends and the government to hold accountable those found guilty Without any compliment. " 

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Governor of Nineveh launched a fierce attack on Nujaifi on the fall of Mosul Empty Expert: Previous governments covered the corruption of the Ministry of Oil

Post by claud39 on Wed Mar 06, 2019 9:09 pm

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Expert: Previous governments covered the corruption of the Ministry of Oil





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The economic expert, Majid al-Suri, on Wednesday, the previous governments cover up the corruption of the Ministry of Oil, noting that the parliament did not take its role in the control and accounting of the corrupt. 

"There are a lot of question marks on the silence of the Ministry of Oil about the company Qaywan," 

he said, adding that "previous governments were covering up the corruption of the Ministry of Oil," adding that " , noting that "the prime minister must be beaten with an iron fist to stop robberies affecting people 's money." 

he drew the picture, that "those involved are known for corruption and to hold accountable those responsible and stop wasting billions." 
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Governor of Nineveh launched a fierce attack on Nujaifi on the fall of Mosul Empty Calls to hold former PM Maliki accountable in Afaq corruption case

Post by claud39 on Wed Mar 06, 2019 9:20 pm

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Calls to hold former PM Maliki accountable in Afaq corruption case



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Many Iraqis have called for holding former Prime Minister[url=https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/en/Story/t/4470/Nouri al-Maliki] Nouri al-Maliki[/url]accountable after the American Daily Beast has mentioned an investigation into his involvement in corruption deals with a Kuwaiti company.
 
The Department of Justice is investigating a military contracting company, Sallyport Global Services, to find out if it played a role in the alleged bribery of Iraqi government officials in exchange for exclusive contracts that cost American taxpayers billions.
But even the Feds may not realize the depth of the suspected corruption.

An investigation by the independent Government Accountability Project for The Daily Beast raises disturbing questions that go far beyond rogue employees of a Pentagon contractor.

 
Powerful individuals, including Iraq’s former Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki, are tied to a Kuwaiti company called Afaq which allegedly sold access and dictated terms for a significant number of American military contracts.
The story of Afaq and its ties to American military contractors in Iraq comes from whistleblowers, who spoke out at great personal risk, and we were able to confirm several details through public and corporate documents.
Of the more than 30 sources interviewed, including contractors and people in business in Iraq, all asked to remain anonymous, citing fear of potential retaliation.
“This is top secret,” said one contractor who refused to speak further.
 
The winding road into this story begins at a Sallyport facility in Iraq.

Sallyport operates military installations throughout the Middle East and Central Asia, but its crown jewel is Balad Air Base, a large F-16 base north of Baghdad.

Balad is an Iraqi base, but it’s funded by the US government.
In January 2014, Sallyport acquired an Air Force contract to provide security, training, and “life support,” which means providing necessities like food and electricity, on base. Sallyport has received $1.1 billion for its work at Balad. It predicts it will earn $800 million more by 2021.
Prior to obtaining the Balad contract, Sallyport made a deal with a company called Afaq Umm Qasr Marine Services. Sallyport sources, including senior employees at Balad and in the company’s Reston, Virginia office, identified Afaq as a “partner.”
Afaq’s alleged activities on behalf of Sallyport caught the Justice Department’s attention, said four sources.
Corporate documents outlined this relationship.
Sallyport is controlled by a holding company called Caliburn International, which is owned by a private equity firm, D.C. Capital Partners.
 
Until recently, Sallyport was managed by a third D.C. Capital Partners company, Michael Baker International, an engineering and consulting firm. In 2018, Sallyport was transferred to Caliburn to be taken public.
Documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission by Caliburn disclose that in October 2016 an Iraq Defense Ministry employee alleged that Afaq promised money to Iraqi government officials in return for these officials naming Sallyport as a service provider at Balad.
 
Since Balad is an Iraqi base, the Iraqi government has input on which contractors are hired to work there.
 
Afaq’s ties to Iraqi government officials were confirmed by 17 sources.
Afaq “smoothed things over with Iraqi officials,” said a former member of Sallyport leadership at Balad.
Afaq is ultimately controlled by Maliki, according to 10 sources, some of whom had firsthand knowledge of Maliki’s involvement, while other sources’ information was secondhand.
Maliki’s son, Ahmad al-Maliki, and later his son-in-law, Yasser Sukhail al-Maliki, were also involved with Afaq, sources said.
The former prime minister doesn’t micromanage Afaq, sources said, but they allege that he got paid, and that connection worked for Sallyport. When Sallyport officials needed to meet with Maliki, Afaq’s management “would set it up,” said the former senior official at Balad.
The Department of Justice is now investigating potential violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other US laws arising from Sallyport’s relationship with Afaq. The government’s investigation “considers whether Sallyport’s former management knew, or should have known” about the payments allegedly promised by Afaq “to Iraqi government officials,” said the Caliburn SEC filing.
These former managers are believed to be Michael Baker executives, who according to Caliburn’s filing deny any knowledge of Afaq’s alleged wrongdoing in securing the Iraqi government’s support of Sallyport.
Michael Baker’s former CEO, Kurt Bergman, allegedly made the business deal with Afaq. Michael Baker’s COO, Nick Gross, was allegedly responsible for implementing that deal. We have not been able to learn whether either Bergman or Gross are subjects of the Department of Justice investigation.
Also unknown is whether the Department of Justice investigation could be aiming higher than an engineering firm’s former C-suite staff.
Thomas Campbell, the owner of D.C. Capital Partners, was allegedly briefed on the Afaq deal, a former Sallyport official said.
Gross did not respond to calls and messages and Bergman declined to comment, so we were unable to confirm firsthand details of who else they may have told about deals with Afaq.
But the boards of D.C. Capital Partners and Michael Baker International included powerful people and there are legitimate questions about who knew or should have known about how Afaq obtained the Iraqi government’s blessing for Sallyport’s Balad contract.
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Governor of Nineveh launched a fierce attack on Nujaifi on the fall of Mosul Empty Commission of Inquiry recommends the removal of the Prime Minister of Nineveh province from office

Post by claud39 on Thu Mar 07, 2019 2:34 pm

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The official committee for the investigation of the facts of the fall of the city of Mosul with a fervent grip recommended the removal of the current Prime Minister Nofal al-Akoub from his post.

"There is a waste of public money and a large and clear financial corruption and evidence," Basim told The News.

"Among the points or recommendations that were voted on by a committee of truths is the dismissal of Nineveh governor Nawfal al-Aakoub and his referral to the judiciary and impartiality to investigate any violation that has been proven against him," she said.

As for the Nineveh Provincial Council, Basim said, "It has been proven by the evidence that they did not exercise their supervisory role in accounting for spoilers or dealing with the violations that took place in Ninewa and did not exercise its role in monitoring the projects so there is a recommendation to hold the Nineveh Provincial Council accountable."

"It is also a committee for the shelter and relief of the displaced and the Ministry of Migration, which participated the governor of Nineveh hide the amount of 52 billion Iraqi dinars."

The head of the local government in the province of Nineveh, Nofal Hammadi, demanded on Tuesday the security authorities to carry out orders against those wanted for the cause of the fall of Mosul with the grip of a preacher, including former governor Ethel Nujaifi, stressing the reverse migration from the province to the province of Kurdistan because of obstruction of the reconstruction process and the shortage Services.

Hammadi told a joint news conference with the head of the provincial council, Sido Goto, that the UN estimates the need for Nineveh to 42 billion dollars for reconstruction.

He denied the presence of fake projects and corruption in the province, saying, "I challenge all civil organizations and government institutions to prove one imaginary project in the province."

Hammadi said that "the residents of the province are displaced again to the Kurdistan Region," pointing out that the administration of the province does not receive the financial benefits of the selected and workers in other local areas.

He stressed that the specialized committee to investigate the issue of the fall of the city of Mosul with the grip of an advocacy organization has not yet completed its work.

The governor said that the reconstruction of the city of Mosul and the implementation of the court decisions issued in the arrest of those wanted in the grip of the fall of Mosul, including Ethel Nujaifi.




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