Janabi reveals a "strategic solution" to crisis of electricity daily and the loss 8/4
Janabi reveals a "strategic solution" to the crisis of electricity daily and the loss of gas flaring
Alsumaria News / Baghdad - MP for the National Alliance Adnan al-Janabi , Monday, for "strategic solution" to the crisis of power in Iraq , and the loss of the country's daily gas flaring, as pointed out by the officials and employees of the Ministry of Electricity signed agreements with "fictitious companies" billions of dollars. He said al-Janabi during his interview with the program "a quarter of an hour," which aired "Alsumaria TV", "The strategic solution to the crisis of power in Iraq, today, is to invest in the electricity sector and allowing the private sector to establish power plants", pointing out that he "can eliminate the crisis through two years if converted on investment."
He said al-Janabi, that "Electricity Minister Qassim al-Fahdawi, and Deputy Prime Minister for Energy, Bahaa al-Araji began to embrace the demands that let them four years ago," adding that "Strategic followed and the corrupt represent a strategic problem in solving the power crisis."
The al-Janabi "Iraq daily loss amounted to $ 20 million because of the burning gas without the benefit of them," stressing said "We are one of the most world countries burn the gas, and we are importing from Iran to equip some of the power stations."
He revealed al-Janabi, that "the Commission chaired by the investigation condemned many of the characters that have been rewarded today and give them positions," noting that "the Commission revealed the existence of senior officials at the Ministry of Electricity and officials signed an agreement with more than six billion dollars with fake companies."
The Deputy Prime Minister said Bahaa al-Araji, at a time on Monday, the identification of the first month of next September as the date for referral of all the files of corruption in the Ministry of Electricity to the Committee on Energy Affairs, the Council of Ministers and the Integrity Commission.