Efforts to promote the reality service in Baghdad
Tuesday 10.27.2015 1:29
Baghdad / Baghdad news
demanded the deputy governor of Baghdad Jassem Mohan Alboukhata, the concerned authorities to speed up the legislation of the capital law for the advancement of the reality service to Baghdad. He said Alboukhata "Baghdad is facing the problem of the existence of a federal government and the capital of the province where, a large number of sources of the resolution and that is causing the problem; therefore has to be to speed up the legislation of the capital law and contained to be the province of Baghdad and honesty together for the advancement of the reality service and technical support for Baghdad. "He explained that" the Baghdad governorate working in the valley and the Secretariat in a valley and the federal government in another valley, there is no coordinating work between the three, "pointing out that" the signs Positive began waving horizon, as the secretary of Baghdad anniversary Alloush began to discuss bilateral cooperation between the two sides, and there is the exchange of visits, but she came in injury time, where drought money and not to find solutions to the Secretariat of the budget. "He added that" the money that bellowed in previous years for building projects in the secretariat, to Atertqa to the level of ambition of projects that have been implemented, there are more than (52) dossier was referred to the integrity regarding the public sector, where it was the assignment of some of the mega projects with water to the Ministry of Industry and Minerals, which is estimated at more than 650 billion Iraqi dinars, Any project of this project has not been implemented since 2011 and these are the causes of failure and corruption. "The Baghdad Provincial Council revealed the formation of the investigative committees to uncover corruption in 27 Mtlkia projects in the capital, Baghdad, include sewer, water and draft model checkpoints in addition to the sky train and rehabilitate Baghdad airport International.
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