NIHR has repeatedly called on the relevant government institutions to tighten the selection of companies and investors and remove the unreliable ones, to avoid the negative results of their work, but it seems that administrative and financial corruption continues without any regard for the damage it leaves at all levels and the threat that endangers the lives of children, the latest of which was the appearance of cracks and cuts in the walls and floor of a school in the Souq Al-Shuyoukh district of Dhi Qar Governorate, which resulted in the arrest of a number of engineers affiliated to the Directorate of Education of the province in charge of completing the building on charges of misappropriation of public funds.
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