Tomorrow Press / Baghdad confirmed the governor of Dhi Qar Yahya Nazareth, on Monday, that some companies have applied to stop work in government projects following the delayed financial dues Exchange, as called for release of petro dollars funds to finance ongoing projects.
He said the Nazarene in a statement received by "tomorrow Press" that "some companies have applied to stop working in the contracting of government projects to be implemented after a delayed financial dues exchange result of the adoption of the general budget," noting that "stop the project would disrupt the work of the province and hinder the process of providing the required services to citizens ".
"The delay in the budget to take affect significantly the implementation of preservation projects and the work of companies in the province, delayed predecessor companies and financial dues would disrupt the process of implementation of projects and affect the livelihood of their employees."
Nazareth and stressed that "the administration of the province demanded the prime minister and the finance ministry to launch funds ongoing projects in order to accomplish the process continues and grinds to a halt," past to say "as demanded by the prime minister fired the money petro dollars allocated to the province, amounting to 117 billion dinars, and will ask it again during a meeting in the Council of Ministers which will be held tomorrow. "
He pointed out that "the launch of petro dollars funds would alleviate the effects of the financial crisis and meet at least part of the province in the funding requirements of ongoing projects."
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