[size=30]Baghdad Council calls through the direction Press to allocate funds to implement service projects[/size]
Direction Press / Special
Student, a member of the Baghdad Provincial Council Saad Mutlabi, on Monday, the Prime Minister and the Ministry of Finance to allocate funds to complete nine projects, including projects pressing in the outskirts of Baghdad.
He said in a special interview for "Trend Press" that a delegation from the Baghdad Provincial Council and the province visited the outskirts of the capital, "districts and districts" of the province of Baghdad and met with the protesters and received all their demands and converted to the Prime Minister and the Ministry of Finance.
He added that the area of Fadhiliya, which witnessed recent demonstrations is a subsidiary of the Municipality of Baghdad and not for the province, "noting that the work of the province does not allow us to exceed the limits of the Secretariat of the capital.
He ruled out the fact that armed conflict between demonstrators and security services, "noting that the poor citizens did not come to get a state," according to his description "and their demands were limited to simply tiling their streets and that is their right.
He concluded by saying: Prime Minister Haider Abadi promised us to resolve this issue as soon as possible
The areas of Husseiniya and the bridge Diyala and Fadhily in the capital Baghdad witnessed sit-ins and demonstrations to protest the deterioration of the service situation, which led to the cutting off of external roads because of them.
While the Cabinet decided to allocate 41.48 billion dinars for the implementation of service projects in the Husseiniya area east of the capital.