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    Renewed protests in Nasiriyah against power outages

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    Renewed protests in Nasiriyah against power outages Empty Renewed protests in Nasiriyah against power outages

    Post by Rocky Thu 22 Jun 2017, 1:55 am

    Renewed protests in Nasiriyah against power outages


     Dhi Qar / Hussein factor

    Hundreds of people of Dhi Qar province on Wednesday night in areas to demand an increase in hours of electricity, which fell to their lowest levels in conjunction with the high temperature processing, stressing the need to open an investigation into the electricity file and to hold accountable those involved officials of corruption.
    Said civil rights activist Khalid Mohammed's "long", that "hundreds of people of Dhi Qar province , took part in demonstrations in the demand started in Nasiriyah city center and the judicial Senate market and Shatra to demand better electricity system and to increase the hours of processing , which fell to two hours processing in exchange for four hours cutting in conjunction with high temperatures reached 50 degrees Celsius , "he dropped the hours of processing to their lowest level during the month of Ramadan. Mohammed pointed out that "the Ministry of Electricity has resorted to the imposition of collective punishment on the people of Dhi Qar province , for rejecting the privatization project adopted by the ministry mentioned." For his part , Ali said Achammisawi, one of the participants in a demonstration to spend the Senate market "long", that "recent days have seen frequent power cuts not seen the judiciary by which called on citizens to take part in a mass demonstration to demand a fair share of electricity." He Achammisawi, that "frequent outages exacerbated the suffering of the citizens during the month of Ramadan and the summer season." Among Achammisawi that "frequent interruptions and voltage fluctuation caused electrical appliances to malfunction and scarcity of drinking water." Achammisawi called "local and federal governments to intervene to solve the problem of electricity and to hold accountable those involved with corruption , " stressing " the need to open an investigation into the electricity file that the ministry spent more than $ 40 billion without any mention as a result." The local government in Dhi Qar, accused the first on Tuesday (June 20, 2017), the Ministry of Electricity fudging from previous agreements on improving electricity and increasing the share of the province of electric power, while its campaign responsibility stop complexes and water projects, the activists in the field of demonstrations calls rallying for mass protests in the center of the province, districts and areas to demand better operating times.
    The faces of the electricity sector in the province of Dhi Qar, its city of Nasiriyah, a number of problems, most notably the frequent interruptions and fluctuating hours of processing power and aging networks and carrier lines, and exacerbate the bottlenecks in the secondary stations 132, which are not absorbed more loads.
    It is noteworthy that Iraq is suffering a power shortage, if a production of energy up to 14355 MW, while the initial estimates of the need of which more than 21 thousand megawatts. Iraq is suffering a shortage of electricity since the beginning of 1990 until now.

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