Long-Presse / Najaf - Karbala
Complained that local officials in Najaf and Karbala, on Saturday, from poor representation in the federal agencies, and "not to continue," the majority of MPs and ministers, who represent the two provinces with their own affairs, demanding that those responsible need to visit the houses of the two provinces and see what faced by obstacles and challenges to overcome.
According to a member of the provincial council of Najaf, Farouk al-Ghazali, in an interview to the newspaper (range), said that "the province represented by three ministers, in the federal government, in charge of Women's Labor and Social Affairs, Planning and Tourism and Antiquities", criticizing the "lack of continuity of those three ministers with new provincial council , and not to attend its meetings since its formation, the field for the problems and obstacles to work and contribute to overcome them. "
Ghazali adds, that "the Council of the province a lot of common issues with some ministries, particularly the Labour and Social Affairs," and suggests that "the province is facing the problem of terrorism in the number of victims, widows and orphans, and not compensate them adequately."
He continues, al-Ghazali, that "the Council needs to meet the Minister of Labour and Social Affairs to discuss with him on several issues, including twice monthly salary covered by social welfare, with an increasing number of users of them."
Explains a member of the Najaf provincial council, that "the province is facing many problems in the creation of projects such as schools, bridges and road, because it is not only through the approval of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities," and goes on to "Najaf has a lot of areas of archaeological, but the procedures followed in obtaining approvals for projects From the Department of Antiquities and time-consuming delay the implementation of many of them. "
Ghazali asserts, that "some agricultural contracts dating back to the era of the seventies and eighties of the last century, you need to be approved by the other effects", and states that those "need approval to seven months from the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities."
And more than a member of the Council of Najaf, that "the province should be represented in parliament with 12 deputies," and corrects, "but they currently represent 11 deputies just after the assumption of a deputies, Nassar al-Rubaie, as minister, and compensated candidate of Baghdad, in the procedure is incorrect," according to his opinion.
The Voyager-Ghazali, that "three to four deputies only, are communicating with the people of the province, and they visit," but acknowledges that "deputy governors are in social events and private, as well as crises, as happened recently with a wave of rain and drowned some areas of Najaf."
It says a member of the provincial council in Karbala, Zuhair Abu Dakka, in an interview to the newspaper (range), "The conservative represented by the Minister and the only one in the federal government, is the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Ali al-Adeeb," and adds that there are "ten members representing the province in Parliament. "
It is worth mentioning Abu Dakka, that "the writer does not attend to the province and did not enter the council never, and limited presence in the aspects pertaining to the universities," is that "the deputy governors more interactive with the audience, but they are ignoring the provincial council, and did not attend to its building not even once."
In the opinion says a member of the Karbala Provincial Council, that "the deputies of Karbala not paying regular visits to it, despite the constant presence, and roaming areas and inspecting projects."
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