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Parliamentary Communications: If the mobile companies had paid their debts to the government, Iraq would not need to borrow DinarDailyUpdates?bg=330099&fg=FFFFFF&anim=1

Parliamentary Communications: If the mobile companies had paid their debts to the government, Iraq would not need to borrow

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Post by RamblerNash on Tue Sep 22, 2020 6:31 am

Parliamentary Communications: If the mobile companies had paid their debts to the government, Iraq would not need to borrow 23178
 
09/21/2020

Economy News - Baghdad

A member of the Parliamentary Communications Committee, Alaa al-Rubaie, confirmed, on Monday, the use of all methods to stop the round of licenses for mobile phone companies, indicating that if those companies had paid their money to the government, Iraq would not need to borrow from abroad.

Al-Rubaie said in a press interview, "All the legal procedures we used to stop the renewal of mobile phone companies and the judiciary said the word of separation and sided with the people's demands by rejecting the appeals submitted by the mobile phone companies, especially with the presence of major violations of the work of mobile phone companies."

He explained that "the judiciary has opened a comprehensive investigation of the work of the mobile phone companies after the state decision," noting that "one of the mobile phone companies has sold more than 5 million cards and this is against the law."

Al-Rubaie pointed out that "the government was supposed to defend the people's resources and not courtesy of the mobile companies, and if the mobile companies had paid their debts to the government, Iraq would not need to borrow," stressing that "the government's decision to renew mobile companies came at the expense of the poor and the unemployed."

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