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A deputy criticizes the allocation of German loan payments for electricity to the liberated areas and the "marginalization" of the south

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A deputy criticizes the allocation of German loan payments for electricity to the liberated areas and the "marginalization" of the south

The MP criticized the coalition of state law, Awatif blessing, Sunday, "strongly" limited to the part allocated to the Ministry of Electricity of the German loan to the liberated areas and not allocate any amount of it to the southern provinces, considering that the latter suffers a reality of service "miserable" and cases of " Marginalization "under the current government.
"The share of the Ministry of Electricity from the German loan 130 million euros over the next two years and the next, the first part of the loan of 45 million euros was allocated to cover the needs of the province of Nineveh, and the second part of 85 million euros allocated to Nineveh Also, Salah al-Din and Anbar, that the share of the Ministry of Electricity of the German loan will be allocated fully to the liberated areas without allocating any amount to the southern provinces with the blood of their children liberated Nineveh, Anbar and Salahuddin.
Nima added that "the southern provinces, which suffer the reality of service miserable, the maximum cases of marginalization under the government of Abbadi, and today deprived of the allocation of any proportion of foreign loans, will be paid from the liberated areas or Basra oil? And the price we got from The government only marginalization and neglect? ".
She added that "the compliment of some parties at the expense of the disadvantaged and the marginalized is not useful hope from behind and will not be achieved by any political gain, as he says (and will not accept you Jews and Christians to follow their accuser), and thus enough compliments in order to stay in office."


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