Maliki warns of suspicions of corruption in the Mosul Dam and calls Abadi to oversee
Maliki warns of suspicions of corruption in the Mosul Dam and calls Abadi to oversee the negotiations
Friday 29-01-2016 | 2:08:02
Twilight News / called on the Member of Parliament for the State of Law Coalition MP Abdul Salam al-Maliki, on Friday, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to the direct supervision of the Mosul dam maintenance file as a result of the seriousness of the situation and the importance of time and the emergence of suspicions of corruption of parties trying to exploit allocated to it for personal benefit amounts.
Maliki said in a press statement by his press office that "Mosul Dam important dams in Iraq Wi-emergency accident or negligence of his lead us to a big disaster God forbid, and we should all bear this risk before our eyes as a priority during this period, especially as the greatest danger will be when high water level in the dam with melting snow in April next year. "
He added that "there are parties does not mean the size of the risk and seeking to exploit every nook and cranny for personal benefits, by trying to negotiate with the companies involved the maintenance of the dam abroad to achieve the ratios of the amounts that have been allocated for the maintenance of the dam and $ 200 million without the slightest regard for the size of the danger or the national interest, in We have time for that Anaol much on the role of the US side in the order of those actions because it Ayanehm to. "
Maliki reiterated "the need to oversee Abadi directly on the stages of negotiation with the companies that are supposed to begin steps to bridge maintenance and emphasize the importance of the time factor in the start of those operations and the lack of space for corrupt make way to exploit them for personal gain."