First Deputy Speaker Hassan Al Kaabi, directed today Wednesday, forming a parliamentary Committee to investigate breaches of mobile phone companies. Kaabi, said in a statement sent to the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "after extensive study covering all activities of the three mobile phone companies operating in Iraq, and most of the complaints registered by the right, and the reasons for non-compliance with FCC complaints, directed the formation of a parliamentary Committee to investigate this Breaches will be raising recommendations for President to vote during the next legislative term.
He explained, "has been diagnosed with several violations including failure to cover Corek Company services across provinces of Iraq, contrary to the terms of the contract, and also the failure of the three companies asking for company shares agreed in the Iraq market for securities auctions, and recommend knowing the reasons for not launching the fourth Iraq company license Although complete torrent readiness for delivery.
Kaabi "recommended practice for Media Commission oversight role on businesses and activate all the services and the performance of accounting and legislative investigative Committee, and the House of representatives by giving trade frequency investment file un invested special importance
The Prime Minister stressed the need to increase electricity production and stability during the coming summer and to fulfill the ministry's commitments to improve the electrical system.
Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi received on Wednesday the chief executive of the British Petroleum Group, Bob Dudley, who expressed the company's desire to work in Iraq and his admiration for plans to stabilize and develop the economy.
Iraq's representative to the United Nations Mohammad Bahr al-Ulum said the government's success in providing salaries for all employees in 2019, including Peshmerga fighters.
Kuwait's ambassador to the United Nations, Ambassador Mansour al-Otaibi, reiterated Wednesday his country's full support for Iraq.