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In conjunction with the burning protests .. Cutting 150 MW from Nineveh exacerbates the suffering of Muslinin

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In conjunction with the burning protests .. Cutting 150 MW from Nineveh exacerbates the suffering of Muslinin

Post by RamblerNash on Sun Jul 22, 2018 12:48 am

In conjunction with the burning protests .. Cutting 150 MW from Nineveh exacerbates the suffering of Muslinin

Sabah Al Saadi  21/07/2018



The move by the Federal Ministry of Electricity to transfer part of the electric power to the southern provinces of Nineveh province has aroused widespread popular resentment among parents who expressed their anger and criticism of this procedure and the way the ministry deals with crises amid warnings of the outbreak of demonstrations against the background of that crisis.

The Chairman of the Energy Committee in the provincial council, Hashim Mohammed, the existence of a deduction estimated 150 megawatts of the share of the province by a decision by the Ministry of Electricity to send this energy to the provinces of the argument, which are unfair to the people of Nineveh. 

"The council has submitted many requests to the Ministry of Electricity to increase the share of the province of energy, which is estimated at about 2000 megawatts, to feed the entire province, especially as the city is damaged and needs to increase its share of energy and not the deduction," Mohammed said in a statement to Basnews, "How will the return of the displaced people to their areas and stabilize and restore life to the province?" He asked. 

This comes from the share of the province of Nineveh in conjunction with the burning protests in southern Iraq because of the deterioration of the reality of electricity and lack of services and the absence of employment opportunities for the thousands of unemployed, especially as these cities include oil fields and headquarters of major international companies that manage these fields.

According to those involved in the province of Nineveh, the city currently needs 800 - 1000 megawatts of electric power because of the destruction of many areas in the right coast, and if the return to those areas, the need for energy will be doubled.

Residents of Nineveh said that the hours of cutting reached 16 hours a day, while the governorate was already equipped with about 20 hours, in light of the sharp rise in temperature, and the need of citizens to electricity, especially with the reconstruction and rehabilitation of damaged homes, which will stop Fully.

The citizens added that the dependence on generators does not meet their energy needs due to the lack of amperees distributed by the owners of these generators and the increasing need for energy as well as the non-deployment of generators in all areas of reconstruction and construction. That the province is in need of a stop from other cities as a disaster, and today can not be deducted part of their share and sent to other cities. 

Ministry of Electricity denies

In turn, denied the Ministry of Electricity, the deduction of part of the electricity share of Nineveh province of electric power, to secure the demands of protesters in the southern provinces protesting, saying that the deduction of part of the energy is not of its powers. 

The ministry spokesman Musab al-Mudar said in a statement that «there are ratios are prepared by the Higher Coordination Committee between the provinces, these percentages are the shares of each province without the intervention of the ministry to determine these rates, which are prepared annually in the presence of governors and heads of provincial councils and heads of energy committees in the councils Provinces ».

On the other hand, this crisis reflected the humanitarian situation of the displaced. Nineveh includes 16 camps, which live in difficult humanitarian conditions, and lack all the components of life, whether potable water or electricity, with the continuous rise in temperature.

In turn, the deputy head of the Nineveh Provincial Council, Noureddine Qablan, that the city is originally damaged, and the allowance to provide services to address the government error by reducing its share, pointing out that the Ministry of Electricity failed to find solutions to the energy crisis, and dealt with cutting off electricity from Nineveh province to equip areas witnessing demonstrations , And this is unfair to the people of the province as if they are second class citizens.

Qablan asked in statements to him: «Is it possible that the province is the second largest city in Iraq and 31 administrative units to be the victim of the failure of the Ministry of Electricity, criticizing several decisions taken by the ministry against Nineveh, most notably the transfer of electricity headquarters in the northern region of Nineveh to Salahuddin, The cement factory province, and this injustice to the people of Nineveh ».

The minister of electricity Qassim al-Fahdawi last Friday visited Iran in conjunction with the launch of large-scale protests in Basra, following the shortage of hours of processing power to negotiate the return of power transmission lines to work, which stopped due to the accumulation of debt in Iraq, as well as the internal crisis in Iran.

The shortage of hours of power supply triggered widespread popular protests in the southern provinces, accompanied by storming of government buildings, installations and oil fields, which led to hundreds of protesters dead and wounded.

Since 2005, Iraq has imported between 1,500 and 2,000 megawatts from Iran to cover its internal production shortfall, requiring more than 23,000 megawatts to meet the needs of the population and institutions without interruption.

http://www.basnews.com/index.php/ar/reports/453519
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