Sixth Republic: Discussing corruption, waste, and control of files

Baghdad-ALSHARQIYA  July 3 : The Sixth Republic program discussed the issue of corruption, financial waste, and the control of unofficial entities over border crossings in Iraq.
Raad al-Nimrawi, a former director of several border outlets, acknowledged the existence of what he described as corruption pathways agreed in all outlets for smuggling, tampering with numbers and weights of freight and customs checks.
For his part, the representative of the customs clearance official, Musab Al-Dhweib, revealed that there are unofficial employees working inside the border outlets to clear goods with less than half of the official fixed commissions, and they are the most powerful and influential in these outlets.


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