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Abadi issues seven decisions on the demands of demonstrations in the country

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Abadi issues seven decisions on the demands of demonstrations in the country

Post by RamblerNash on Sat Jul 14, 2018 7:17 pm

Abadi issues seven decisions on the demands of demonstrations in the country

Saturday, July 14,

Alsumaria News / Baghdad

issued Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi , Saturday, seven resolutions on the demands of the demonstrations in the country, including the dissolution of the Najaf airport administration.

An informed source told Alsumaria News that "in light of the continuation of Prime Minister Haid al-Abadi with citizens and clans and listen to their demands and follow-up ministerial committees, issued seven decisions."

"It was decided to launch allocations Basra (3.5) trillion dinars immediately," said the source, who asked not to be named .

"The provision of allocations necessary to dismantle the bottlenecks of electricity to the provinces," pointing out that "will expand and accelerate the investment prospects for construction in the sectors of housing, schools and services."

He stressed that "it was decided to launch degrees of employment to accommodate the unemployed in accordance with a fair system away from patronage and nepotism," pointing out that "it was decided to increase water releases, especially the semi-provinces of Basra, Dhi Qar, Muthanna and Diwaniyah to occur south of the rivers, and the Ministry of Water Resources and security leaders in the provinces to prevent Overflow on water quotas ".

The source pointed out that "it was decided to dissolve the board of directors of Najaf airport."


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