Baghdad: the infrastructure of the priorities of the budget
On: Saturday 03/03/2012 7:04
Baghdad / follow-up range
showed the province of Baghdad that the infrastructure sectors in the capital will have priority in the budget in 2012, indicating that the province will increase the number of infrastructure projects following the increase in its budget this year. said first deputy governor of Baghdad, Mohammed Al Shammari, according to (Rn) "maintain focus in the current year budget on infrastructure projects in the capital and its outskirts,"
Noting that "the coming days will witness the announcement of four projects of the streams in the four administrative units are in terms of unity and Nahrawan, Yusifiyah and seven fallow." Added Al Shammari: There are several projects for potable water will be carried out in different parts of Baghdad, in addition to reviving the French project through the delivery of water from the River Tigris to the Nahrawan area affected by the Stop the Diyala River from the processing of agricultural areas. "
He said, "the housing sector will be among the sectors that will give the province a great interest by allocating sums of money additional to the sector and increasing the amounts allocated for the rehabilitation of electricity networks in central and Parties capital and increase the amounts allocated for the processing of generators to residential areas. And got to maintain the amount of one trillion and 600 billion dinars within the current year budget, following a request of the Ministry of Finance to increase their allocations.
and you need city funds to build its economy affected by years of war, sanctions and violence, is the residential projects at the top of the demands of citizens. and launched the Baghdad Provincial Council recently , a number of investment projects, including residential project Basmajh one million housing units and a project in Abu Ghraib includes 50 thousand housing units and a draft of 8 thousand housing units in the coronary and other.
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