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Samson: A Former Minister Calls For Searching For 15 Missing Planes, 50 Ships, And $ 30 Billion Lost

7th September, 2020

Former Minister of Transport, Kazem Finjan Al-Hamami, and a member of the current parliament, called on government agencies to approach the embassies of a number of countries and to continue searching for 15 missing aircraft, 50 missing ships, and $ 30 billion lost.

Al-Hamami demanded in a statement he received (the Independent) today, Monday, “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, with official correspondence, included his request to approach the Chinese embassy to investigate the true nature of the fifteen free airplanes that Judge Wael Abdel-Latif mentioned in his interview with a satellite channel,” indicating that “Abd al-Latif claimed that The Minister of Transport (Kazem Finjan) rejected it.

Al-Hamami also demanded “also to approach the Spanish embassy to investigate the truth about the fifty free ships that (Ali Fadel) talked about via another satellite channel, and he claimed that the minister (Kazem Finjan) also rejected it.”

He also asked them, for the third time, to approach the Egyptian embassy to investigate the “lie” of a third satellite channel, in which it claimed that (Kazem Finjan) owns thirty billion dollars in the Arab Republic of Egypt.   LINK

Samson:  Drug dealer arrested in possession of fake foreign currency in Diyala

09/07/2020 12:03:08

A security force of narcotics and psychotropic substances managed, on Monday, to arrest a drug dealer in possession of fake foreign currency in Diyala.

Diyala provincial police said in a statement, “Detachments from the Department of Narcotic and Psychotropic Substances managed to arrest a wanted suspect in possession of quantities of narcotic substances, abuse tools and forged foreign currency.”

She added, all legal measures have been taken against him and brought to justice.   LINK


Samson:  Kurdistan Regional Government moves on double wages

7th September, 2020
The Kurdistan Regional Council of Ministers formed a committee on Monday to resolve the issue of salary providers.

Qubad Talabani, Deputy Prime Minister of Kurdistan Region, supervised today the first meeting of the second phase of the Higher Biometric Committee.

During the meeting, which was attended by Minister of Finance and Economy Awat Sheikh Janab, a discussion took place regarding starting the implementation of the second phase of biometrics and preparing for e-government by making use of technology and information in the directorates, departments and institutions and expanding the program to include other areas, and to become a main assistant for the actual implementation of the reform and converting government departments and institutions into electronic, and adopting A new way of providing services and exercising authority.

During the meeting, it was decided to form a committee to continue cleaning the lists of those who receive salaries and settle the file of double illegal salaries, based on the reform law, and assigning the Coordination and Electronic and Informational Follow-up Department at the Ministry of Finance to this task.

Talabani decided to electronically register for those who receive salaries from the beneficiaries who did not register themselves in the biometric system, taking into account the legal frameworks.

During the meeting, the Ministry of Finance and Economy decided to provide facilities in the matter of registration and identification of employees covered by registration in order for those who receive salaries to be legally registered.  LINK


Samson:  Al-Tamimi: Only The Biometric System Can Stop The Farce Of The Disappearance Of A Million And A Half Voter IDs

7th September, 2020

Representative of the State of Law Coalition, Leila Al-Tamimi, confirmed that adopting the biometric system is sufficient to end the disappearance of one million and 500 thousand voter cards.

“The biometric system alone stops the farce of the disappearance of a million and a half voter IDs, and we will confront those who want to circumvent the approach guaranteed by the constitution,” Al-Tamimi said in a press statement.

She added, “The back of our desired democracy was not broken except for slogans of retreating back and continuing to devise resonant vocabulary that is outdated and used by some to spread ashes in the eyes by their attempts to adopt the electron’s non-biometric identity and camouflage it with the aim of garnering votes and falsifying them, as in their previous experience.

And he continued about “this, we stress in urging the political blocs and the Commission to commit to practicing fair legal competition by adopting identities that cannot be manipulated, by the biometric system that has proven its global success with its well-established experiences that confirmed the integrity of its adopted approach.”

He pointed out that “the adoption of the biometric system in the upcoming elections is the only guarantee of the integrity of the elections and that the votes of citizens will not be wasted.

Our evidence is the loss of more than a million and a half million votes with the identity cards and cards that were absent or intentionally absent.”  LINK