Al-Sumaidaie talks about the struggle of “palm, key card and Ishtar Gate”: electronic payment is stealing the state
Monday, August 8, 2022 2:32 PM
Baghdad / National News Center
Politician Ibrahim Al-Sumaidaie confirmed, today, Monday, that
the struggle of the three giants, the palm tree, the ironing card, and the Ishtar Gate, which tried to enter the market, is stealing the state, the citizen and the employee and financing corruption, sedition and mercenaries.
Al-Sumaidaie said in a comment, followed by the National News Center, that
“the real power and investment in it crawls daily into unknown ghosts, some of whom are names whose shape no one knows, while the struggle of the parties and authorities continues over nothing, or a struggle on behalf of the ghosts’ privileges.” He added that
"the struggle of the three giants, palms, ironing, and the Ishtar Gate, which tried to enter the market, was excluded and exposed, electronic payment steals the state, the citizen, the employee, and finances corruption, sedition, and mercenaries that kill and threaten Yalweel and Thabor, and thousands of armed teams of electronic armies that dropped all values." He continued,
"The ruling to compensate the Ishtar Gate is a decision that sparked a wave of criticism that will inevitably push its cancellation,
but palm trees and ironing cards will continue to acquire hundreds of millions per month, and whoever approaches them will be burned by all means." He concluded by saying:
"Iraq is lost, lost, lost, people."