The issuance of arrest warrants against officials in Baghdad Secretariat and the Mini
The issuance of arrest warrants against officials in Baghdad Secretariat and the Ministry of Electricity diary details
Khandan - revealed judiciary Federal details of the arrest warrants issued against a number of the Ministry of Electricity and the secretariat of Baghdad, officials, stressing that specialized claims integrity in the Baghdad court of inquiry is of the issuing.
The spokesman for the judiciary Judge Abdul Sattar Bayrakdar in a statement that "commenting on remarks Chairman of the Integrity Commission Hassan al-Yassiri, the specialized claims integrity in the Baghdad court of inquiry are issued arrest warrants and recruitment against those responsible in the Municipality of Baghdad and the Ministry of Electricity."
Bayraktar said that" arrest warrants issued against the former Electricity Minister Abdul Kareem Aftan and a number of officials in the ministry were Following suspicions of corruption relating to the contract the establishment of a power plant in the province of Diwaniyah."
He pointed out that" other receivables memoranda issued against officials in the Ministry of Electricity rank of director general, in addition to a memorandum of the introduction of the right of the current minister Qasim al-Fahdawi for charges related to the purchase of armored vehicles to the ministry of the investment budget wheels".
Bayrakdar stressed that" catch diary also issued against members of the Committee for the distribution of spare land zoned for the poor is a problem in the Municipality of Baghdad."
He noted that" these notes affected the former Mayor of Baghdad Naim Abaob, and his predecessor, Abdul-Hussein al-Murshidi, and a number of Secretariat officials. "And went on The official spokesman for the judiciary that "there are charges refers to the distribution of this committee of land and space, each 150 meters to the relatives of its members outside legal contexts."He stated that "other receivables memoranda issued against officials of the secretariat of Baghdad on charges of money exchange outside powers resulted in a debt estimated billions of dinars. "