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Ameri Pans Planned Deal with Saudi Company on Traffic Data

Sunday 5 September 2021
Ameri Pans Planned Deal with Saudi Company on Traffic Data

Alwaght- Head of the Fatah Alliance in Iraq’s Parliament criticized “unacceptable" decision by the Interior Ministry to turn over control of traffic data and security information about cars and their owners to a Saudi company. 

Hadi al-Ameri, said a planned deal to this effect poses a threat to the security of the country, Lebanon's Arabic-language al-Ahed news website reported on Saturday.

"We will exert pressure on the Iraqi Interior Ministry not to sign the contract with the Saudi company. This is a sensitive issue and should not be handled in this way,” he added.

Sabereen News, a Telegram news channel associated with Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Forces, reported that under the deal, the Iraqi government would give the Riyadh-based company Alam Alkon access to personal security information of Iraqi citizens and ministries.

Earlier this year, the Saudi regime was accused of using the Pegasus surveillance software developed by Israel's NSO Group to hack Iraqi figures’ smartphones and turning them into spying devices.

Iraq’s President Barham Salih, Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi, prominent Shiite cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani and senior politician Ammar al-Hakim were among the potential targets found on a Pegasus list of 50,000 phone numbers.

 

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