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Mala Bakhtiar: Everyday 30,000 Barrel of Oil are Looted from Kirkuk to Sulaimani

2019/01/14 | 20:28

(Iraq Now News)-

Date: 2019/01/14 - 8:11 PM

“30, 000 barrels per day (bpd) of oil are looted from Kirkuk oil into Sulaimani,” announced PUK executive council Chief Mala Bakhtiar.

On his official Facebook account Mala Bakhtiar published a post titled “The danger of a declining democracy, and the spread of corruption.”

Responding to an article published by the Economist magazine, the article was about the sequence of world democratic systems, and according to the newspaper Iraqi democratic system was 114th among the democratic systems.

Mala Bakhtiar added that more than $ 4 billion disappeared through corruption ways.

Bakhtiar has written on his official Facebook page that the oil is loaded onto tankers belonging to the leaders of political parties, according to information that he has received.

He did not say over what period of time that amount of oil was stolen; but he confirmed the credibility of all the mentioned information.

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