(167) billion Iraqi dinars with compensation, it is imperative for one of the construction companies in charge of building educational projects to return them with compensation to the Iraqi Ministry of Education, because of its reluctance and failure to fulfill its obligations towards completing those projects on time according to the concluded contract.

This came after the ministry’s Directorate of Legal Affairs won a lawsuit filed against the lagging company.

(Education wins lawsuit against lagging company and requires it to return 167 billion dinars (an.news)

At a time when the educational process is racing against time to increase the number of educational institutions to suit the number of our dear students and provide a suitable educational environment for them, Unreliable construction companies are assigned to deals that may be marred by administrative and financial corruption, the result of which is to obstruct the educational process.

NIHR calls on government officials to make the criterion of efficiency and transparency the only way to select construction companies and complete educational projects in order to avoid repeated reluctance and delays in the construction of projects.




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