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A deputy accuses the mobile phone companies of smuggling hard currency outside Iraq and explains the method

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Post by GirlBye on Tue Nov 17, 2020 2:10 pm

 A deputy accuses the mobile phone companies of smuggling hard currency outside Iraq and explains the method  Safe_image.php?d=AQBCXVRwCJbRrdB0&w=500&h=261&url=https%3A%2F%2Firaqakhbar.com%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2020%2F11%2F1605638384_140038

The representative of the Saeron Alliance, Alaa Al-Rubaie, said today, Tuesday, that the violations of the mobile phone companies in Iraq were with the help of the Media and Communications Authority, while he spoke about the manipulation of the sales data of these companies.

"All the violations committed by the mobile phone companies were with the help of the Media and Communications Authority," Alaa al-Rubaie said in a televised interview that she followed (Baghdad Today).

He added, "The Central Bank allows money for daily profits from sales of phone companies, to leave the country through the currency auction, and 70% of the money is supposed to be invested inside Iraq, according to the contracts signed with those companies."

The member of Parliament continued: We believe that the sales data that reach the Media and Communications Authority are incorrect. The companies are contracting with an unlicensed Jordanian company.

On Sunday (November 15, 2020), the independent deputy, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, confirmed the existence of ready-made companies that provide fourth generation services, after the decision to nullify the renewal of contracts for mobile phone companies.

Al-Sudani said in a press statement followed by (Baghdad Today), that "the companies agreed upon by everyone, that they did not provide good services, with exorbitant costs, in addition to a process of reluctance and negatives, and failure to adhere to the technical and administrative restrictions in the licensing contracts since 2007."

He added, "The Judicial Council's decision establishes a new phase in the telecommunications sector, to provide good service to citizens, so that this sector will be a catalyst for the state's non-oil revenues."

He pointed out that "the documents we obtained did not reach a clear and specific number for the size of the debts owed by the companies, and this is an indication of the dangerous work by the Media and Communications Commission in misleading institutions and the general size of the debt."

He explained, "The companies will continue to provide their services until the end of 2021, and after that the Ministry of Communications and the Media Authority are supposed to implement a cabinet decision to operate fourth generation services, whether at the company level or companies that work as an operator with the government company."

He pointed out that "the Minister of Communications pledged to provide companies that provide fourth generation services in 2021, and there are companies ready to work as soon as a license is given from the Media and Communications Authority."

And he indicated that the rest of the companies, if they have the intention to renew, must be according to new conditions, and address observations and legal status, affirming the technical, material and legal possibility to launch a fourth license through a national company, and we have a telecommunications company that can provide the best service and provide guarantees. a wish".

He stressed, The Media and Communications Commission was stalling with the Board of Trustees in launching this license, by opening the way for these companies, adding that: After winning this case and obtaining the decision of starting Karkh, there is another primitive case regarding those involved in issuing this decision, and Parliament He has a decision according to the supervisory authority.

Earlier, the independent representative, Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani, announced that the Iraqi judiciary had rejected the decision to renew contracts for mobile phone companies.

Al-Sudani said, in a tweet on the Twitter platform, followed by (Baghdad Today): Today, Sunday 11/15/2020, the Iraqi judiciary said it was victorious for the people, affirming its independence and professionalism when the judge decided to accept the case and rejected the renewal decision.

https://iraqakhbar.com/2760260
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Post by GirlBye on Wed Nov 18, 2020 3:52 pm

The Iraqi judiciary finally triumphed for the citizen, by issuing a decision from the Baghdad Al-Karkh Federal Court of Appeal a few days ago, which includes revoking the renewal of licenses of the three major mobile phone companies operating in Iraq (Zain Iraq, Asiacell and Korek), after the Iraqi government announced on (July 7, 2020) the renewal of licenses The three companies spent an additional five years in exchange for paying 50% of their debts and launching the fourth generation service (4G), which at the time caused anger and resentment in the parliamentary and popular circles.

The recent decision of the Iraqi judiciary against the mobile phone companies met with great positive reactions at the popular and political level, to end the monopoly of these companies on the Iraqi telecommunications market over the air since the moment after 2003, by imposing large prices on their services that two Iraqis do not disagree with because of their badness and failure to meet them Ambitious users.

A victory for the will of the people

Revoking the renewal of the mobile phone companies, it would not have happened had it not been for the great efforts made by the two deputies in the Iraqi parliament, Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani and his colleague Alaa al-Rubaie, to initiate lawsuits against the conclusion of the contracts of the three companies (Zain, Asiacell, Korek Telecom), with the Iraqi Communications Commission, because it involves On constitutional and legal violations, as well as causing damage to public funds and depriving the public treasury of large sums owed by companies, in addition to the lack of real competition that allows other companies to engage in providing this service in a way that guarantees an increase in non-oil revenues and support the national economy, according to what he sees MP Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani.

The two representatives (the Sudanese and the Rabei) won the lawsuit against the mobile phone companies, which was well received and many members of the Iraqi parliament interacted with it, considering that it is the first major case of its kind that the people’s representatives win, and that touches people's lives directly in terms of their needs and income. The National Bond Bloc, Representative Ahmed Al-Asadi, the Iraqi judiciary’s decision to revoke the renewal of mobile phone companies ’contracts with the courage , stressing that the judiciary is the last wall that protects the state and the citizen from corruption and favoritism.

Al-Asadi said in a tweet on Twitter, that the judiciary is the last wall that protects the state and the citizen from the brunt of corruption and favoritism, indicating that today, with its courageous decision regarding mobile phone renewal licenses, the Iraqi judiciary provided an answer to those who try to destroy this wall to tell them in practice that The judiciary does not take sides except with the people and the law, expressing his thanks to the Iraqi judiciary and to the representatives Muhammad Shia’a and Alaa al-Rubaie, for their contribution in issuing the nullity decision.

For her part, Representative Alia Nassif praised the Iraqi judiciary’s decision to revoke the mobile phone license and the victory of the Iraqi people’s will over opportunists and monopolists, praising the role played by MPs Muhammad Shia’a and Alaa al-Rubaie, pointing out that there will be criminal penalties for those who signed the renewal of the license. The mobile phone, as the civil decision will be an important factor in the criminal case.

She added that "the Iraqi judiciary has said its word and issued its fair judgment, and the honorable voices and calls of activists and intellectuals through social media have contributed to achieving this goal and stopping exploitation and monopoly," noting that "the next round will be by waiting for the judiciary's decision in the criminal case in order to cancel Licenses in the telecommunications and energy fields.

(195) one billion dinars a week!

The amount of money owed by the mobile phone companies of the federal government is 7 billion US dollars, according to the Economy and Investment Committee of the Iraqi Parliament, which would maximize the state’s revenues and reduce the major financial distress it suffers from, which recently forced the federal government to borrow internally and externally to fill the deficit. The financial in the state treasury caused by the decline in crude oil prices, on which the country depends almost entirely.

The Iraqi Central Statistics Agency revealed, in the latest statistics, that the number of mobile phone lines that the Iraqis have is estimated to be more than (39) million subscribers.

In a simple calculation, the money that mobile phone companies earn from the pocket of the Iraqi citizen is estimated at (195) billion Iraqi dinars per week, if we assume that the average citizen consumes a card denomination (5) thousand dinars per week on his communications, regardless of the paid internet service !!

This huge money could return to the state's treasury if there was a national mobile phone company, as is the case in all countries of the world, but the obstacle to this is the wrong economic policy that was followed in Iraq after the change of the previous regime, which caused the creation of giant financial empires in the private sector, Pocket account of the Iraqi citizen and the state!


Therefore, the Iraqi government, if it wants to maximize state revenues without relying entirely on crude oil revenues, and end the monopoly of the telecommunications market in Iraq over three companies that make huge sums of money in exchange for poor or even bad services that they provide to subscribers from the Iraqi people, must work to establish a national mobile phone company. As is the case in the countries of the world, and allowing mobile phone companies in the private sector to compete transparently in a way that achieves the interest of the citizen in the first place and reflects positively on government collection through which it is possible to move away from the financial borrowing that stifles the state in the event of the continued decline in oil prices.

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