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Strategic Planning: The government evaded 36 questions

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Post by rocky on Fri 16 Aug 2019, 2:10 am

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  BAGHDAD / Sumer News, a member of the Government Performance Monitoring and Strategic Planning Committee, Inam Al-Khuzaie, said on Thursday that the government did not answer the Committee's questions submitted to the government, pointing out that the government did not cooperate with the Committee, despite asking 36 questions about the lagging projects. Al-Khuzai said in a press statement that "the percentage of government achievement submitted to the House of Representatives is from the month of 11 of 2018 to the fourth month of 2019." He added that "the percentage of completion confirmed by the government 79%, but after studying it with the Government Performance Monitoring Committee, it was confirmed that the achievement of 36.5% due to lag in the number of projects as well as procedures and activities." She pointed out that "[/size]


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