The Justice Daily reports that the US Justice Department is conducting an investigation into a military contracts company that has bribed Maliki, his son and his family
The Justice Daily reports that the US Justice Department is conducting an investigation into a military contracts company that alleged bribes to Iraqi officials, including former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, his son Ahmad al-Maliki, his two sons, Yasser al-Maliki, and Hussein al-
Explaining that an investigation conducted between the military contracting company “Saliport Global Services” played a role in bribes to owners and relatives.
It also showed Maliki’s relationship with a company called Horizons, which sold the right of access and facilities of a large number of US military contracts, through US military contractors have disclosed what they have, despite the fact that it poses a threat to them.
The Daily Beast reported a meeting with 30 sources, including contractors working in Iraq’s commercial sector, who asked not to be identified for fear of possible reactions.
“Saliport operates military facilities in various parts of the Middle East and Central Asia, but the company’s first operation is at Balad Air Base, a base in northern Baghdad that includes F-16s funded by the US government,” he said. The company received a contract from the Iraqi Air Force to provide security, training and security services to Al-Qaeda (Balad), including services such as food and electric power. The company received more than $ 1 billion in funding for its services. According to the new Arab
The site quoted sources in the company “Salliport” as saying that the company “Horizons” Kuwaiti partner, and promised Iraqi officials to provide funds for the registration of the US company as a contractor at the base of Bald, indicating that 10 people who were questioned confirmed the involvement of al-Maliki and that ” Prospects “.
The Daily Beast said the US Justice Department was conducting investigations into violations of the laws through foreign corruption practices by the Saliport company, which reported bribes to Iraqi officials.
The report caused a wave of controversy within Iraq, where political voices called for the opening of files of financial corruption retroactively since 2006, the year Maliki took power in Iraq, which lasted more than eight years.