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The crisis is not the result of the moment. Halabousi holds the government responsible for the problems of Basra

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The crisis is not the result of the moment. Halabousi holds the government responsible for the problems of Basra

Post by RamblerNash on Tue Sep 18, 2018 10:14 pm

The crisis is not the result of the moment. Halabousi holds the government responsible for the problems of Basra



18-09-2018 07:52 PM

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The head of parliament Mohamed Halbusi Tuesday that the 'default' government is a key reason in the health crisis suffered by the province of Basra in the south of the country.

"The problems in Basra are not the result of the moment, but are accumulations of negligence and neglect of the central government and the previous local governments," Halboussi said during a press conference in the city of Basra, which he led at the head of a parliamentary delegation.

Al-Halbusi started his term with a meeting in the province of Basra, which is witnessing an unprecedented health crisis, in which 60,000 people were taken to hospital after being poisoned with contaminated water.

Al-Halbusi met with Basra Governor As'ad al-Eidani and provincial council head Walid Habib Kitan.

He stressed that the House of Representatives will continue to coordinate with the federal and local government to restore life to Basra.

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