Tomorrow Press / Basra: Hold Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Monday, an expanded meeting includes governors and heads of the provincial council in Basra. An official source in Basra for "tomorrow Press", "Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi began shortly before an expanded meeting included governors and heads of oil-producing provinces in the presence of some of the Councils of Ministers of specialists in Basra Sheraton Hotel." The source, who requested anonymity, that "the conferees will discuss the quota allocated to each province, but Basra enjoy complete privacy in this subject as the most productive oil conservative in the country." The source pointed out that "Abadi stressed at the outset of the meeting to comply with the regulations for the success of the work even walking towards the sound and the need to adhere to these controls central and local, as a government because it is for the sake of the nation and citizens, a key issue for decentralization," stressing that "the majority are walking in this direction But we must be careful and see the citizens we are moving in this direction. " It is noteworthy that the province of Basra, according to specialists in economic affairs produces more than 77 percent of the total Iraqi oil production.
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