Parliamentary Oil: We give the Australian embassy 72 hours to provide us with documents the corruption of the oil contracts
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The Commission on oil and energy parliamentary, on Thursday, said the investigative committee formed to follow up on suspicions of contracts licensing rounds held extensive meetings with the interested parties in the House of Representatives and the Oil Ministry, indicating it would take action against those involved in this case procedures.
The committee member said Zaher al-Abadi's / balances News /, that "the investigative committee held a meeting in the House of Representatives in the presence of some figures from the Ministry of Oil and has discussed this topic, as well as We give the Australian embassy 72 hours for the purpose of providing us Balaulyat about this issue and what their documents, as well to hold an expanded meeting with staff on these contracts in the oil ministry and asked them to provide us with these contracts. "
He said al-Abadi, said that "this issue on the table since 2012 and the Ministry of Oil and the Committee on Parliamentary Integrity investigative procedures, but after the introduction of new names involved with, they ask it to make additional efforts and cooperation between the parties relating to its foreign oil such as the Ministry and the Integrity Commission and the Commission investigative and intelligence to reach the fact of the matter and prove the charge or deny. "
He pointed out that "we will take action against companies and people involved in this corruption measures."
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, the Integrity Commission to take legal action on the involvement of senior Iraqi officials in the state in corrupt deals and kickbacks related to oil contracts during the period of the previous governments, while eliminating student conduct prosecutions instant. 582%25D8%25AA%25D8%25B5%25D8%25A7%25D8%25AF%25D9%2 58A%25D8%25A9&sl=auto&tl=en