Iraq.. Petty cash disbursement departments worth billions of dinars and suspicions of corruption hovering around them
Although two months have passed since the start of the new year and the 2022 budget has not been approved, this did not prevent ministries and departments from spending billions of dinars per month as chandeliers and to buy cars and furniture for them.
With the emergence of a document talking about the Martyrs Foundation’s purchase of 11 cars for about one billion dinars, the Iraqi street was preoccupied with this deal in light of the government’s continuous talk about austerity and facing a major financial crisis that only came out of it by raising the price of the dollar.
Sources confirm in an interview with “Mawazine News” that “state departments are still spending billions on buying furniture and purchasing supplies, mechanisms and wheels per month, by exploiting their resources and collection money.”
And she adds, “These purchases and petty cash expenditures were not affected by the lack of approval of the budget or even government decisions to rationalize spending and spending and limit it to the ruling expenditures.”
For his part, former Finance Committee member and current MP Jamal Cougar says, “As for the purchase of cars for government institutions, it is a natural matter and a context for all countries of the world to follow, with the possibility of corruption files in those contracts.”
In an interview with Mawazine News, he added, “Citizens are now able to buy cars that are contracted by the state, and their prices are almost known, unless there are specifications for those cars that increase their value.”
And he asserts, “Auditing these files requires proof, and it is not possible to talk about any file without knowing details such as the contracting party, the type and specifications of the wheels.” link
Source: Dinar Recaps
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