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Post by claud39 on Sun Apr 05, 2020 10:05 am

Electricity: The collection continues during the curfew days


04/04/2020



Electricity: The collection continues during the curfew days 14977





The Economy News - Baghdad

On Sunday, the Ministry of Electricity confirmed that collection continues to be collected from citizens during the curfew days, pointing out that stopping it needs a government decision.

"The ministry continues to receive the tax from citizens during the days of the ban, as its prices are supported by 94%," ministry spokesman Ahmed al-Abadi said in a statement reported by the official news agency "Waa" and viewed by "Al-Iqtisad News".

 He stressed that the tax "will not affect the lives of citizens, because its value is very small and does not exceed 10 to 15 thousand dinars."

Al-Abadi added that "stopping the collection of collection needs a government decision, and it is not within the authority of the Ministry of Electricity to stop it."



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