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The state media channel announces the allocation of two billion dinars to provide potable water

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Post by RamblerNash on Fri Jul 13, 2018 11:23 pm

The state media channel announces the allocation of two billion dinars to provide potable water

The state media channel announces the allocation of two billion dinars to provide potable water NB-241761-636670784126052101

Friday 13 July

Baghdad -
The ministerial committee appointed by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to monitor the situation in the province of Basra on Friday announced the allocation of two billion dinars to provide safe drinking water to the people of the province, and revealed that the "ten thousand" job opportunities announced yesterday will be distributed to ministries Health, education and transport, while stressing that the security situation in the province is very good and the oil companies are working normally.

A member of the government media cell, spokesman of the Ministry of Planning Abdul-Zahra al-Hindawi told a news conference held in the Secretariat General of the Council of Ministers in the presence of speakers of the ministries of oil, health, electricity and police, and attended by Alsumaria News, "The Committee charged by Prime Minister Haider Abadi on the demonstrations in Basra, Mentioned interest in the subject of special attention, and aware of the reasons the truth of what is happening in Basra. "

The spokesman of the Ministry of Oil Assem Jihad , said that "the Committee arrived in Basra province on Wednesday evening, and was addressed all the problems and topics, and was received the paper demands of demonstrators, noting that the Commission decided later" to develop a plan includes medium-term plan and a long-term in relation to topics Electricity, water and labor ".

"The priority is to identify water and electricity projects, and 10,000 jobs have been identified, and applications will be received directly from citizens. These jobs will be distributed to ministries of health, education and transportation," Jihad said. "The first step for the committee is improving increased electrical power to maintain ", and that there is support for potable water sector, which has been allocated two billion dinars for it."

for his part, a spokesman for the Ministry of Electricity Musab said the teacher, that "the Minister Allekezaba visited Basra province , and held a joint workshop reviewed the reality Electricity system, "indicating that" there was satisfactory processing To maintain and Anhvd processing after the Iranian line stopped, and that there is problematic in contracts concluded with companies. "

"There will be a committee on the Iranian line and we will go there to negotiate with the Iranian side, not just with regard to sight, but all lines extending from Iran," he said. "There will be positive news about these forms."

"There is a lot of exaggeration about Basra, we have to deal well with the demonstrators, be careful about the presence of the deputies, and preserve the public property, as the demonstration is guaranteed peacefully, and all legitimate demands are respected," said police spokesman Major General Saad Maan. , Pointing out that "a committee was formed from the Interior in the case of the late Saad al-Mansouri, noting that Mansouri was not a demonstrator."

Maan said that "some of the Almndsin unacceptable behavior resulted in the injury of an officer and 7 civilians, and the security forces worked all the property and demonstrators, and oil companies are working now and there is no stop," noting that "there was a demonstration north of Basra today and received their demands, Very good in the province. "

In the meantime, the official spokesman confirmed to the Ministry of Health Saif Al - Bader, that "the Ministry of Health asses all its efforts and direct contact with the health of Basra , " he said, adding that "yesterday were 10 injuries , including six of the security forces, and all the injuries came virile."

The province of Basra for the seventh day in a row popular demonstrations to demand the improvement of the reality of electricity and the provision of potable water, as well as the end of unemployment by providing jobs for their sons, and escalated the pace of protests in the province after the fire to disperse dozens of protesters near the West Qurna 2, One killed and three injured.


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