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Post by RamblerNash on Sun Oct 13, 2019 10:17 pm

Integrity monitors "suspicions of corruption" with cleaning contracts concluded by Baghdad governorate

Integrity monitors "suspicions of corruption" with cleaning contracts concluded by Baghdad governorate Doc-P-321505-637065556579939287

2019-10-13 | 05:19

The Department of Prevention in the Integrity Commission, on Sunday, the details of its report on cleaning contracts in the province of Baghdad, calling for providing the municipal departments with the necessary mechanisms to carry out its activities in the areas of cleaning and cladding.

The Commission said in a statement received Alsumaria News a copy, that "the Department called in a report on the visits made by her team to a number of departments of Baghdad province and municipal departments, to use the revenues from the collection in the development of the performance of departments and the purchase of mechanisms and presses; to reduce spending on effort The lessor of the machinery and maintenance work, as well as the municipal departments to cover the salaries of employees of the daily wage earners of those revenues.

The report added that "the report sent a copy to the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers and the Parliamentary Services Committee and the province of Baghdad and its secretariat, proposed the establishment of laboratories for sorting and recycling of waste; Contributing to reducing unemployment rates, calling for encouraging investment in this area, and the development of factories by equipping them with special machines to produce rubber granules and plastic and cutting tires.

The statement pointed out that "the report showed the need to rehabilitate appropriate landfills according to the standards that contribute to the preservation of the environment and protection from health risks, pointing out the importance of investing the gases emitted from them to be used as fuel for power plants and other fields using modern technology in this area, pointing to the lack of Municipal institutions on the outskirts of Baghdad for regular sanitary landfills, except for Mahmudiya.

The statement pointed out to "suspicions of corruption in the contract to clean areas outside the municipal boundaries and increase the value of disbursements steadily, as the amounts disbursed to those areas exceeded (24,400,000,000) billion dinars to clean scattered and sparsely populated areas outside the municipal institutions, and less than (3,600,000,000) The work was evaluated by checking absences proven by the forms of workers and mechanisms without adopting the evaluation of cleaning results, diagnosing that the contract did not oblige the two contracting companies to establish a sorting and recycling plant for the waste. There is no regular landfill site to remove debris and collect scrap. "

"The report pointed to the establishment of the secretariat of Baghdad In 2006, it contracted with a Turkish company to supply and set up two waste sorting plants amounting to 58,000,000 million euros, but the company was slow to implement and did not deliver most of the mechanisms mentioned in the contract, despite the disbursement of more than 43,600,000 million euros of the contract amount. The report urged the municipal departments to take the necessary measures to educate individuals and institutions on the need to deal with waste properly by sorting them in special containers prepared for this purpose to facilitate the task of municipal workers in collecting them in order to invest them economically through recycling plants.

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