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Residential complex cost state treasury 70 billion dinars turns into a "shelter for animals"

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Residential complex cost state treasury 70 billion dinars turns into a "shelter for animals"

Post by rocky on Fri 12 Jan 2018, 3:20 am

Residential complex cost state treasury 70 billion dinars turns into a "shelter for animals"
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A member of Diyala provincial council Najat al-Taei on Friday revealed the transformation of a housing complex that cost the state treasury 70 billion dinars to a "shelter for bulk animals", pointing out the need to investigate the reasons for the suspension of the project. 

"The lawmaker of the majority housing complex (15 km northwest of Baquba), which cost the state treasury about 70 billion dinars, started work after 2006 and to this day has not been completed. 


"The project has been suspended for more than four years for unknown reasons," Al-Taie said. "This is a waste of public funds, calling for the need to investigate the reasons for the suspension of the project, which amounted to more than 90 percent." 

The residential complex is the majority of government housing projects, consisting of dozens of residential buildings. 


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