The Chairman of Southern Iraq’s Missan Energy Committee has said on Thursday that the Province’s Council had decided to sack the Director-General of Missan Oil Company from his post.
According to the report from Aswat al-Iraq, he has been accused of poor administration and failing to achieve higher oil production results during his assignment.
“Missan Province’s Council has decided in an emergency session today (Thursday) to sack the Director-General of Missan Oil Company, Engineer Ali Muarij, from his post, due to his bad administration and failure to achieve high production averages in the Province during his assignment,” Amer Nasrallah told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
He said that Muarij “had violated Article 112 of the Iraqi Constitution, including necessity for coordination with the Councils of Provinces and directors of productive establishments, in order to carry out the administration of those establishments and the implementation of investments by them.”
He added that “17 out of Missan Council’s members have voted for the decision of ending the services of the said official, whilst 8 members have abstained.”
(Source: Aswat al-Iraq)