Diwaniyah governor warns against turning peasants into armed groups[/rtl]
[rtl]Editorial Date: 2018/6/24 22:15 • 200 times read[/rtl]
The governor of Diwaniyah, Sami al-Hasnawi, on Sunday warned of turning the peasants into armed groups after the decision to stop cultivation of agricultural crops.
"We, as a local government, support these demonstrations as a guaranteed right for all," Al-Hasnawi told Al-Furat News. "He regretted the harsh conditions that may affect civil peace."
He added that "the local government administrative procedures, and our duty to distribute water equally," noting that "the province is suffering today two problems, the lack of drinking water for citizens and the irrigation of agricultural crops."
He pointed out that "the federal government is concerned with how to face this crisis and the government to devote its efforts and give special importance to the problems that can be played and face the south in particular and the province."
"Diwaniya is famous for planting rice and unfortunately it is denied, and we fear the loss of the identity of the agricultural city in these circumstances and turn the peasants into armed groups for lack of agriculture in the city."
It is noteworthy that the provinces of Diwaniyah and Najaf witnessed the demonstrations of hundreds of peasants in protest against the government's decision to ban the cultivation of a number of summer crops, because of the crisis of water scarcity. is over
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