Khashan: State revenues are transferred to local and foreign banks and go to the pockets of the corrupt
economic Last update 02/03/2022 | 9:02 AM
The independent representative, Basem Khashan, explained that the revenues are transferred to the pockets of the corrupt through local and foreign banks, pointing out that
the people cannot be deceived by the idea of distributing part of the revenues and ignore their demands to provide the most important requirements such as electricity, schools and decent living.
Khashan told Al-Maalouma, "The state's revenues are transferred to local and foreign banks and go into the pockets of the corrupt, as these banks, especially local ones, work in foreign currencies."
He added that "the citizen does not seek oil revenues and does not demand that they be put in his own pocket.
Rather, the general public needs to provide services, infrastructure, electricity, schools and other service projects that guarantee a decent living."
And he indicated that "presenting ideas related to distributing part of the sums to the citizens would not be a good idea, as the shortfall and failure by the government cannot be compensated by distributing part of the revenues to the citizen." finished 25