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Human Rights Commission: We have announced the spread of skin diseases in the Shatt al-Arab Basin because of water salinity

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Human Rights Commission: We have announced the spread of skin diseases in the Shatt al-Arab Basin because of water salinity

Post by RamblerNash on Mon Aug 13, 2018 9:21 pm

Human Rights Commission: We have announced the spread of skin diseases in the Shatt al-Arab Basin because of water salinity

Monday 13 August

Alsumaria News / Baghdad
announced Human Rights Commission on Monday, she indicated the spread of skin diseases in the district of the Shatt al - Arab governorate of Basra by the salinity of the water, as called for the governments in Baghdad and Basra to move hard to set up giant projects for water desalination.

A member of the Commission on Human Rights Fadhil al-Gharawi said in a press statement received by Alsumaria News a copy of it, "the teams of the Office of the Commission in the province of Basra recorded a significant increase in the proportion of salinity in drinking water provided to citizens in the province of Basra, causing intestinal diseases and skin for its users."

Al-Gharrawi added that "according to our documented data supplied by the Basra Quality Control Laboratories, I recorded the highest dissolved salt water in Abi al-Khasib district, south of Basra, which is 13,850 percent of dissolved salts in water," pointing out that " Scientific laboratory statistics indicate that the proportion of salts dissolved in water should not exceed (1200) ppm in all cases.

Al-Gharrawi called on the federal and local governments to "take serious action to establish mega-desalination projects that were part of the demands made by the Basra demonstrators for the sake of life."

Since 2007, the governorate of Basra has been experiencing a recurring problem of salinity of the Shatt al-Arab waters during the summer due to the progress of the brine (saline front) from the Gulf in the coastal plain due to the lack of water revenues flowing through the Tigris and EuphratesKarouna, and the districts of Faw, Abu al-Khasib (south) and Shatt al-Arab (east), the most affected areas where the population complain of water salinity, and dried dozens of fish ponds, and died a lot of field animals, and the decline of date palm production to But the agricultural activities in the desert sector of the province have not been affected by this phenomenon, because the farms located within Zubayr district depend on irrigation on groundwater, and the areas were not affected much Located north of the quay But it may reach northern areas of the province if the problem worsens.


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