SATURDAY, 10 JANUARY 2 / JANUARY 2015 13:19 H / L P'S
Twilight News / Independent High Commission for Human Rights in Iraq revealed on Saturday that the cost of the project to issue smart cards for the displaced to receive one million dinars grant of 3 billion and 250 million dinars, noting that the government was the first of the allocated amount for the purchase of caravans instead of issuing energies .
A member of the Board of Commissioners dominated Calls to "Twilight News", "The Supreme Committee for the Relief of displaced formed by the Council of Ministers approved a request by the Minister of Immigration to issue smart cards to displaced families to receive one million dinars grant", adding that "the Supreme Committee for the Relief of displaced issued a decision numbered 270 to ensure the approval of the request of the Minister of Immigration and the allocation of $ 3 billion and 250 million dinars Kklfah for smart card project . "
He Baghlan that "the Intergovernmental Committee for relief to the displaced headed by Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq, which includes 13 members are representatives of the ministries of defense, interior, health, education, intelligence, financial, and Red Crescent Societies, the Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, and the Centre for National Operations, trade, migration and the displaced, and Housing and reconstruction, "he said, adding that" the meeting during which voted to allocate $ 3 billion and 250 dinars, was attended by 10 members, and the absence of representatives of the intelligence service, education, and finance . "
And between Baghlan "The first commission was the amount of money allocated for the purchase of caravans and sheltering displaced instead of issuing smart cards . "
He was a member of the House of Representatives for the Integrity Commission, Mishan al-Jubouri has collected the signatures of about 100 deputy to interrogate al-Mutlaq on corrupted files concerning the work of the Supreme Committee for relief to the displaced headed by al-Mutlaq, commissioned by the government .
While 32 deputies decided to withdraw their signatures own questioning of Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq, the lack of conviction justifications cited for seeking to interrogate al-Mutlaq in parliament, according to the Integrity Committee member Mishan al-Jubouri .
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