Shahristani and senior state officials are barred from traveling to the biggest scandal involved taking place in Iraq


02-04-2016 11:45 PM

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Issued Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi, on Saturday, an injunction prohibiting travel of senior officials whose names appeared in a news report reveals involvement suspicions of corruption.
A statement by the Prime Minister ‘s Office, said Abadi ‘face of the Integrity Commission to take legal action and calls for the judiciary to carry out prosecutions spot about serious by the investigative journalism [Fairfax Media] and [Hovingtin Post] which revealed the involvement of senior Iraqi officials in the state in corrupt deals and bribes concerning oil contracts during the period of the previous governments’.
The survey revealed achieve [ the biggest bribe] the world has witnessed in Iraq ‘s historic scandal which such an arena for this corruption under the oil contracts cover included high – ranking Iraqi officials.
He noted the investigation conducted locations’ Fbervaks Media ‘and’haventgon Post’, and the deployment of the first on Wednesday, March 30 / March, a number of prominent names in Iraq is a direct relationship to this scandal.
Notably the Higher Education Minister Hussein al – Shahristani, who was oil minister in the previous government and the deputy prime minister for energy affairs in the session before.
As it has been mentioned the names of each of Abdul Karim and coffee, oil minister in the previous government, and Jafar al – Musawi, the South Oil Company, and Kifah Numan director who took over as South Oil Director – era oil minister Thamer Ghadhban, and Uday Qurashi , a senior official at the South Oil Company.
Basil also put the name of the surgeon who is considered the link between the Iraqi officials and the company ‘unaoil’ oil which is owned by the Iranian Ehsani Atta, based in Monaca.
And the company ‘s role was to be contacted major oil companies across the world to ensure that contracts for them in the Iraqi oil fields across the network worked on the establishment of the Iranian company through Basil Jarrah, an Iraqi resident abroad and has extensive relationships with characters that glanced harmlessly off the power in Iraq following the US invasion in 2003.
Investigation explains how to contracts for the sale of Iraqi oil and tenders to major companies by the surgeon and the Iranian company, pointing out that through its relationship with spun wide and complex network of communication within the Oil Ministry.
It spent millions of dollars in bribes to Iraqi officials during the period between 2005 to 2014, some of which went directly to the al – Shahristani and coffee, in addition to bribes paid directly by the surgeon and the Iranian company to a smaller officials.
One of the contracts that the company has expanded it is the signing of a contract the company ‘Hewanda’ where Iranian company offered ‘Hewanda’ to pay $ 7 million if they wish to obtain the contract, worth $ 100 million, which is the thrust of a presentation by the surgeon to Iranian companies for address company ‘Hyundai’.
Bribery amounting to $ 7 million will go to the part of al – Shahristani, and another part to the person named Ahmed al – Jubouri , was apparently a link between the surgeon and al – Shahristani.
In one of the messages the surgeon confirms that al – Jubouri approved the sum of US $ million , compared to ensure the victory of Petrofac Company ‘SBM’ Dutch holding Garraf fields.
Also, in 2010 and 2011 and approved by the surgeon to pay $ 20 million for Jabouri for that to influence Shahristani Allaibi seeks to persuade them to grant a stake in the pipeline project for Leighton Maritime Corporation, a contract worth about $ 200 million.
In 2011 , the Iranian company paid the biggest bribe in history, worth $ 16 million to win the support of al – Shahristani , in order to get a hold of the pipeline is estimated at $ 600 million.

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